From running marathons to tales of the NHS frontline, Red rounds up the best memoirs from women writers.

Unbound has started a reading club offering benefits such as free e-books, special events and free shipping. Members can, for example, order my book postage-free.

Wondering which UK literary festival to go to? Good Housekeeping rounds up the best ones.

The Guardian rounds up the best recent thrillers.

Domestic dramas are crowding out adventures, warn children’s book prize judges.

The latest Brit Lit Podcast episode features an interview with Caroline Ambrose, founder of the Bath Novel Award.

A debut author has flyposted Penguin Random House’s offices in Pimlico as part of a guerrilla marketing stunt to promote his new book.

Malala’s Magic Pencil, the debut picture book by campaigner Malala Yousafzai is one of eight titles in the running for this year’s Little Rebels Award, which promotes children’s books that celebrate social justice.

HarperFiction is releasing its first podcast episode today, featuring one of its key debuts for this year The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder by Sarah J Harris.

Scottish writer Alexander McCall Smith is to launch the 2018 Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival programme.

In her 2016 novel Home Fire, Kamila Shamsie created a Tory home secretary with Pakistani Muslim parents – an idea she initially dismissed as ridiculous, but in light of Sajid Javid’s appointment, doesn’t seem so ridiculous now.

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