I'm off on holiday for three weeks - to exotic, hopefully book-filled shores.
Take the quiz and be in to win a selection of this year's NZ Post Book Award finalists.
It would be surprising if Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries didn't show up on the Book Awards shortlist.
Author Lorrie Moore takes her time with a new book, but it's worth it.
Best-selling crime writer Karin Slaughter says female cops still do it tough.
Browsers bookshop owner Rachel Pope says if you've only seen the TV series, you're missing the best of Nevil Shute.
Helen Riddiford was determined to give early settler George Evans a better rap in Wellington history.
Readers are, scientifically speaking, apparently the best people to fall in love with.
The reclusive author of To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, says she never OKed book about her.
If working part time and raising two children wasn't enough, Abby Wilder has self-published her debut novel.
When Lorri Davis began corresponding with a convicted murderer, she never thought she'd fall in love.
A kids' book inspired by a real-life story of two male penguins has been deemed inappropriate by Singapore libraries.
Why is Richard Dawkins so scared of fairy tales?
Though originally published in 1932, Brave New World has stood the test of time remarkably well.
I can't hide it any longer. I read literary novels. Not only that, I love many literary novels.
WORD festival sees Eleanor Catton feature amongst some 100 writers and performers over five days.
Make no mistake, this is 100 per cent spoilers.
Harry Potter is back - mysterious, married, and going grey.
Browsers bookshop owner Rachel Pope finds a great 1950s novel on her shelves.
War autobiographies on NZ bookshelves are mostly written by the officers; the NCOs were too busy fighting.