Blogs

  • 'Let them read books': why publishing needs to pay its interns

    By Simon Collinson

    Digital editor at Canelo

    Canelo's Simon Collinson on why publishing should pay all interns. Read more

  • Who is the book fair for?

    By Agent Orange

    Agent at Agency

    Is it time that publishing made authors and consumers the central focus of book fairs and sales conferences? Read more

  • Slings and arrows

    By Philip Jones

    Editor at The Bookseller

    Occasionally an issue of The Bookseller in print comes together in such a way that it seems to sum up a moment about the business... Read more

  • From publishing to published

    By Rachel Hickman

    Author at Scholastic Inc

    Rachel Hickman, deputy m.d. of Chicken House, on publishing and being published. Read more

  • Under the dome

    By Philip Jones

    Editor at The Bookseller

    Philip Jones reflects on the 2016 London Book Fair. Read more

  • A memorable London Book Fair 2016

    By Zoe Sharples

    Student at UCL

    MA Publishing student Zoe Sharples on how the London Book Fair affirmed her decision to pursue a career in publishing. Read more

  • Is the e-book reader about to stage a comeback?

    By Philip Jones

    Editor at The Bookseller

    "Is the e-book reader about to stage a comeback?" asks Philip Jones. Read more

  • The personalised reading revolution

    By Natalia Kucirkova

    Senior lecturer in Early Years and Childhood Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University

    2016 was predicted to be the year of personalisation and personalisation is exactly what we are seeing in a number of products and services worldwide,... Read more

  • Back and forth

    By Lleucu Siencyn

    Chief executive at Literature Wales

    Welsh literature is often translated into English, but lleucu siencyn argues that the cultural exchange should work both ways with more English authors translated into... Read more

  • Publishing at warp-speed

    By Peter Dunne

    Author at Trapeze

    First-time author Peter Dunne on the speed of the publishing industry. Read more

  • A hire education

    By Iris Bohnet

    Behavioural economist at Harvard University

    For many companies, an unbalanced workforce is a direct consequence of unconscious bias manifesting itself in its recruitment policies, Iris Bohnet argues. Read more

  • The future will write itself

    By Guy Gadney

    C.e.o. at To Play For

    With two decades’ experience in the digital publishing sector, Guy Gadney believes there’s no time like the present for publishers to exploit new forms of... Read more

  • Where do EU stand?

    By Gordon Wise

    Agent at Curtis Brown

    With the EU referendum only months away, the trade needs to start the conversation about whether to stay or leave now, Gordon Wise argues.... Read more

  • The Carnegie lesson

    By Stella Duffy

    Author at Various

    Author Stella Duffy reflects on the occupation of Carnegie Library and the need for a public library service. Read more

  • Bringing Gillian Slovo's Ten Days to life

    By Andy Ryan

    Founder at Cityread

    Cityread's Andy Ryan on bringing this year's book, Gillian Slovo's Ten Days, to life. Read more

The Official UK CHART

  1. 1.
    Career of Evil
    by Galbraith, Robert
  2. 2.
    Lean in 15
    by Wicks, Joe
  3. 3.
    The Road to Little Dribbling
    by Bryson, Bill
  4. 4.
    Make Me
    by Child, Lee
  5. 5.
    Warriors of the Storm
    by Cornwell, Bernard
  6. 6.
    The Girl in the Spider's Web
    by Lagercrantz, David
  7. 7.
    Alert
    by Patterson, James
  8. 8.
    Hitman Anders and the Meaning of it All
    by Jonasson, Jonas
  9. 9.
    The Chocolate Lovers' Wedding
    by Matthews, Carole
  10. 10.
    One with You
    by Day, Sylvia