ALEXANDER MCCALL SMITH believes there’s a simple reason why he’s sold more than 20m books: they make people feel good.
SALES of real books in the UK rose by 8% to £3 billion last year - the highest level since 2012 - according to figures from the Publishers Association.
MANY Britons are fibbers when it comes to their reading habits, failing to tell the truth in a bid to impress, a poll suggests.
SCOTLAND has the highest level of public library use in the UK, researchers have found.
ONE in four men in Scotland never reads a book for enjoyment, according to a survey.
Sunday Post production editor Steve Finan is giving a talk on the Sunday Post at Dundee Literary Festival.
HELEN BATE watched as her mum’s memories faded and communication dried up as Jenny’s dementia took hold.