You can't beat the feeling of being immersed in a good book, can you? At woman&home we know how much you love to hear about the latest novels, as well as discover the stories behind the writing, with interviews from prominent authors.
Here's where you'll find reviews of forthcoming books we know you'll love - from first person memoirs by woman&home stars to the best fiction to sweep you away.
Don't miss our online weekly interviews with well-known writers, too, and read about their back catalogue of impressive literary successes.
And finally, if you love sharing your favourite reads with others, then why not join the woman&home book club forum? It's a virtual space to chat to friends about the the novel you've just read and loved, as well as find recommendations for what to pick up next!
Discover the woman&home team's favourite holiday reads
After an extensive search and hundreds of entries, our memoir writing competition winner Kath Hardy talks to woman&home
Dip in to short story, The Ministry of Whisky, taken from The Coffee Book Club, a collection of terrific short stories raising money for Breast Cancer Care
Everyone's favourite haphazard heroine returns for the eagerly-awaited third installment of Bridget Jones' diary. Is it worth the hype?
Prepare to be hooked until the final page with Kelly's latest page-turner
At last, we announce the results of our memoir competition. The lucky winner will get a £10,000 advance and have her life story published by Hodder&Stoughton.
The shortlist for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2013, previously known as the Orange Prize for Fiction, has been revealed, with Hilary Mantel, Zadie Smith, Barbara Kingsolver and Kate Atkinson all receiving nominations
Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg is one of the most powerful women in business. She's overcome social and personal challenges, including often crippling self-doubt, to rise to the top of her field. Here she shares her career confidence tips. Taken from her new book, Lean In: Woman, Work and the Will to Lead
On an idyllic summer afternoon in 1961, sixteen-year-old Laurel Nicolson is hiding in the treehouse at her family's farmhouse home. She's daydreaming about her future and a boy named Billy when she overhears her mother having a bitter row with a stranger. Within moments, the man is dead.
Jo Wood lifts the lid on life a the wife of a rock star in her new memoir
A collection of writers take a sideways look at good manners in the modern world
Pamela Stephenson’s unputdownable new memoir is moving, eye-poppingly honest – and very funny
Have you got what it takes to write a life story bestseller?
Books round ups
Pick up a copy of the shortlisted novels from the 2014 Man Booker Prize Award
Pick up a book and delve into a new world with our favourite releases of the year.
Looking for a real page turner? Check out our favourite crime novels now!
No longer taboo or seen as a life crutch, self-help books can be the key to unlocking confidence, creativity and happiness. Check out our pick of the best...
The Baileys Prize for Fiction celebrates the best new female literature, but which book by a woman made you sit up and think? We asked the w&h team...
Haven't tried Hunger Games and never saw the Harry Potter appeal? No matter - the latest wave of young adult fiction will soon have you hooked, starting with The Bone Season
Heard about that underground hit your friends are talking about? So often the best novels are the ones the critics overlooked. From Stoner to Desertion, discover four of our favourites - and pass them on!
Forget Bridget Jones, we like heroines with a bit of bite. None come more scandalous than this ultimate anti-heroine round up
The novels you MUST read before they hit the cinema in 2014