Lots of exciting new books that have come into the office this week.
The children's specialist at the Edinburgh Bookshop, Cat Anderson, writes about trends she's spotted in the UK YA market.
The writers of A History of Sweets in 50 Wrappers, Steve Berry and Phil Norman, count us down their top 10 iconic British sweets.
The author of Goodnight Mr Tom tells us about her new book, Impossible!
Winner of the London Book Fair Lit Idol competition Paul Cavanagh tells us about getting published.
Author of Guide to the Hunger Games, Caroline Carpenter, tell us what to look out for in the new film. There are mild spoilers ahead if you haven't read the final book!
Find out the original titles of novels and iconic Douglas Adams quotations, from John Rentoul's Listellany: A Miscellany of Very British Top Tens.
Non Pratt, author of YA novel Trouble, tells us why she thinks UKYA is representing girls, and boys, so well.
Anne O'Brien, the author of The King's Sister, tells us about the women in medieval England who had the most influence.
We exclusively reveal the cover and first page of Sarah Winman's new book.
An exclusive extract from the new HBO Game of Thrones book.