Always wanted to turn your recipe collection into a bestselling book? Stylist has advice on how to turn your recipe collection into a bestselling book and Red online interviews a cookbook writer who’s putting the fun into food.

Paul Hawkins’ second novel, Into the Water, has been out less than a week and has already (ahem) made a splash, entering the book charts at number 1.

Speaking of puns: a post on Book Riot called What the Actual Puck muses on questionable choices in big screen Shakespeare.

Red online has a love letter to Anne of Green Gables.

Behind every great politician is a biography or ten, and Emmanuel Macron is soon to be no exception.

Following the announcement of a bookish collaboration between Bill Clinton and James Patterson, The Guardian ponders what other pairings might work.

In this week’s Guardian Books podcast “we join a star-studded celebration, at the British Academy, of one of the UK’s most political and versatile poets, Tony Harrison, who is still firing rhyming broadsides as he enters his ninth decade”.

Francis Spufford has won the Ondaatje Prize with Golden Hill.