Home › Features
27/11/2014 by Matt Haig
In the last blog before the announcement of the shortlist next year, author Matt Haig talks about darkness in YA.
26/11/2014 by We Love This Book
This week We Love This Book joined YouTube! In our first video you can see last Friday's book post. We'd love to hear from you what sort of videos you'd like...
17/11/2014 by Steve Berry and Phil Norman
The writers of A History of Sweets in 50 Wrappers, Steve Berry and Phil Norman, count us down their top 10 iconic British sweets.
04/11/2014 by We Love This Book
The author of the bestselling Crossfire series talks about the latest installment, Captivated by You, out 18th November.
03/11/2014 by Lucy Powrie
Blogger Lucy Powrie tell us why she believes UKYA is so important, in the first of a series of guest blogs about the YA Book Prize.
30/10/2014 by Ana Sampson
Ana Sampson tells us why reading poetry about the countryside is as good for you as a brisk walk.
30/10/2014 by We Love This Book
The authors of the Oksa Pollock series answer our questions.
30/10/2014 by Roopa Farooki
Roopa Farooki tells us about how browsing in the bookshop inspired her novel.
30/10/2014 by Lindsay Taylor and Suzanne Smith
Lindsay Taylor and Suzanne Smith tell us about their favourite heroines.
30/10/2014 by Lisa Cutts
Crime writer Lisa Cutts wonders whether muder is integral to crime fiction.
23/10/2014 by Emma Chichester Clark
Emma Chichester Clark tells us about her favourite dogs in literature in celebration of her new graphic novel, Plumdog.
23/10/2014 by Robert Groves
The consultant lexicographer of the new Collins English dictionary tells us why he believes dictionaries are still crucial in the age of the search engine.
Jonathan Cape The Friday Project Gollancz Top Five Indigo YA Book Prize Orion Chicken House short stories Simon & Schuster Faber Children's Hesperus Penguin YA Walker Books Quercus Hodder & Stoughton book prizes 10 Questions Doubleday Macmillan Michael Joseph Headline Bloomsbury Hodder Square Peg Doubleday Children's