Fellow aspiring novelists, Ian McEwan is just like us: prone to losing his work, and… possibly a little delusional.

A Terry Pratchett exhibition which opens on Saturday at Salisbury Museum features a reconstruction of the room where the Discworld novels were written and offers a peek into the writer’s world.

Meg Rosoff wants us to know what Richard Dawkins could learn from Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

If you’re a Bake Off fan, Book Riot has some recommendations.

The Guardian argues that Francesca Sanna’s, The Journey winner of the Klaus Fugge picture book award and inspired by her meetings with refugees, will move all readers, whatever their age.

Staff at The Pool share what they’re reading this week.

Martin Amis has some thoughts on Donald Trump.

There’s more wringing of hands about the practice of celebrity book blurbing.

If you’ve ever wandered about co-authoring a novel, you’ll find these thoughts from Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison interesting — they wrote Freshers together.

Today’s guest on Woman’s Hour is Siri Hustvedt, whose most recently of the collection of essays A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women.

And in the latest episode of The Readers, Simon and Thomas share afternoon tea and book-based banter with their listeners.