The Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London is hosting a series of quiz nights in the impressive Great Hall – where Harry, Ron and Hermione sat their O.W.L exams in their fifth year at Hogwarts.

Jojo Moyes writes about how she fell out of love with her fitness tracker.

You can vote in the Golden Man Booker Prize contest!

The Guardian recommends ten books to help you survive the digital age.

Independent publisher Salt has raised more than £7,500 after appealing to its supporters to purchase “just one book” to help save the struggling business.

PL Travers, the author of Mary Poppins, has been commemorated with a blue plaque outside her former home in Chelsea.

Dolly Alderton, author of Everything I Know About Love and cohost of the fabulous High Low podcast, writes in Stylist about her literary heroines.

More than 30 children’s authors are recommending books to schools via a new penpal scheme.

Independent publisher Chapterful has included a wheelchair option in its new personalised book. Customers buying Where Next, Teddy? can ensure the main character is seated in a wheelchair, and personalise features such as name, hair colour and whether they wear glasses.

Big Little Lies author Liane Moriarty’s next book sounds terrifyingly good, says Stylist.

The Pool’s senior writer Yomi Adegoke met Ayọ̀bámi Adébáyọ̀ to discuss infertility, politics and gender expectations in her novel, Stay with Me.

Today, The Pool’s novel excerpt from the Women’s Prize for Fiction is from The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock.