Red’s Sarra Manning lists the ten best books to read this October.
Read if you dare: Stylist rounds up ten of the best (and most terrifying) horror books.
Four writers recall the books that taught them everything they needed to know about sex.
At Book Riot, I round up five British books to look out for in the US this month.
The EU’s Economic and Financial Affairs Council have agreed to allow all member states to give e-books and audiobooks the same VAT-free status as printed books.
Hachette’s Gender Balance Network has put on a performance at the publisher’s offices today to address the issue of the gender pay gap in an “informative and humorous” way.
How to be a good man: the Guardian reports on what one Swedish professor has learned from a month reading the feminist classics.
Trinidadian writer Ingrid Persaud has won the BBC National Short Story Award for her tale about a man reunited with his absent father through the power of chocolate.
Books spanning history, popular science and memoir are in contention for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction, with themes of shortlisted books ranging from “the many facets of identity” to “the algorithmic forces that increasingly govern our world”.