‘I Am a Mood Reader.’ Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed’s First Draft

Author of ‘Reading Feminism’, blogger, editor and researcher, Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, describes herself as a ‘mood reader’. She tends ‘to remember when I read a book, where I was when I read it and what I was feeling while reading it.’ Our questions are italicized.  What books or kinds of books did you read growing up? The earliest books I remember reading are from the Ladybird Well-Loved Tales Series. I can picture the drawings in stories such as The Princess and the Pea, Th

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