The Guardian’s longlist for its Not The Booker Prize is up, and they need your votes!

On Book Riot, I round up five British Books coming to the US in August.

One reader asks: Which modern novelists could rekindle my love of fiction? The Guardian Books Clinic answers.

Stylist has an ode to the lost art of library books.

The Guardian celebrates 200 years of Emily Brontë with a chart-based analysis of Wuthering Heights.

The paper also has a piece exploring how Emily Brontë created Cathy.

The Indepedent reports on seven books our English teachers tortured us with. And yes, Wuthering Heights is among them.

Nicole Kidman and Liane Moriarty are teaming up again, this time to adapt Nine Perfect Strangers.

How did the brainy book become a phenomenon? The Guardian investigates.

Independent presses are increasingly looking to subscription models  in order to anchor business in unpredictable market.

The Guardian rounds up recent YA books.

Mills & Boon has commissioned 10 short stories to celebrate the UK’s most romantic spots.

The Guardian explores why there’s a buzz (ha) about Helen Jukes’ beekeeping memoir, A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings.

The London branch of the Society of Young Publishers has launched a second mentoring initiative, SYPahead, aimed at those wanting to progress within the industry.