Red rounds up the best books to put on your Kindle this summer — and they are currently on offer, from 49p to £4.99.

Feast and Waterstones are launching literary supper clubs.

What will you be reading next year? The Guardian has a roundup of the deals made at the  London Book Fair and the feminist fiction that has been prevalent there.

The Church Times considers books relevant to wedding season.

The Independent recommends some great books for early readers.

Will, who is 16 and has autism, struggled to find books that related to him when he was younger. He’s now teamed up with children’s author Jude Lennon to create his own book, Hal and the End Street.

The poetry market is booming as audiences for poetry, as well as poets themselves, are diversifying,

The Bookseller rounds up the London Book Fair in pictures.

Previous Man Booker International Prize winners Deborah Smith, Han Kang and László Krasznahorkai have made the shortlist once again. An Iraqi take on Frankenstein is also among the books shortlisted.

The Guardian reviews Guy Gunaratne’s In Our Mad and Furious City, out next week, and rightfully much anticpated.

‘My own books make me cry as I write – it’s pathetic’: Aminatta Forna, author of the recently released novel Happiness, talks to the Guardian about the books that made her.

Staff at The Pool share their thoughts on what they’re currently reading, including Forna’s Happiness, a good old Southern gothic treat and Laura Barnett’s immersive The Versions of Us.