Editor Anna picks out her favourite books that are being published in May.
The author of Ruins, the second book in the Sentinel trilogy, tells us a bit more about the new book and his writing life.
The reveal of the winner of this year's Baileys Prize winner is drawing closer and we're deep into our reading here at WLTB.
How far back in time do you have to look to find the first crime fiction stories? Charles Dickens’s Bleak House? Shakespeare’s Hamlet? Sophocles’s Oedipus Rex?
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the birth of Agatha Christie, queen of crime, and to mark it an international vote is taking place to find the world’s favourite Christie novel.
Sebastian Fitzek is the author of books including The Child and The Eye Collector and is a bestselling author of psychological thrillers in the German language.
I’ve had someone shout "dyke" at me in the street twice in my life. The first was in the late 1990s. The second was a couple of years ago.
In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Anthony Horowitz's Alex Rider series we went to visit him in his office to ask him 15 questions about the series and his writing life.
My debut novel, The Imagination Box, features a device which essentially creates whatever the user is imagining.
Lori Lansens is the author of The Mountain Story. Here she tells us a bit about where the idea come from, her writing routine and what books and reading mean to her.
On Tuesday 5th May we were lucky enough to run a Google hangout with Louise O’Neill, who won the first YA Book Prize for her debut novel Only Ever Yours (Quercus).