Red online rounds up the 10 best new books to read in July.

Refinery 29 reports on how Harry Potter stars celebrated the book’s anniversary yesterday.

Would you go back in time save your mother from attack if it meant that you wouldn’t exist? Excerpted on the Pool this week and billed as “The Time Traveler’s Wife meets Sophie’s Choice is The Summer of Impossible Things by Rowan Coleman, out this Thursday.


Stylist documents how a tiny bookshop in Australia fought off an onslaught of sexist internet abuse.

An auction featuring artwork from illustrators including Axel Scheffler, Oliver Jeffers, Tony Ross and Lauren Child has raised £5,000 in a few days for refugees in Greece. The Authors For Grenfell auction also closed today, with donations expected in the hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Milly Dowler’s sister, Gemma, has written a book about Milly’s murder and its aftermath. It comes out this week. Gemma Dowler will be interviewed on The One Show tomorrow.

The Guardian couldn’t resist punning the heck out of the title for an article about new words in the Oxford English Dictionary.

Meet the women transforming the literary festival to better reflect London’s diverse communities.

Ian Rankin talks Inspector Rebus on Front Row.

On A Good Read, actor Bill Paterson and writer Tom Chatfield talk about beloved books to Harriett Gilbert.