Refinery 29 look back at some of their favourite June reads.

The Huffington Post looks at the impact of Harry Potter on YA fiction.

Books out today include The Summer of Impossible Things by Rowan Coleman, A Manual for Heartache by Cathy Retzenbrink, Wilde Like Me by Louise Pentland and Dear You: A Letter to My Unborn Children by Tessa Broad.

There is concern among library campaigners over Forest Hill Library’s decision to charge £200 a month for desk space.

The winner of Stylist’s 2017 fiction competition is Alison Percival for her novel, Water Damage. You can read the 3,000 word extract that grabbed the attention of the judges on their website.

Richard and Judy’s Book Club podcast discusses The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry.

Spectator Books speaks to Jonathan Meades about his book The Plagiarist in the Kitchen.


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