Karen Joy Fowler's We are All Completely Besides Ourselves and David Nicholls' Us are the next two books to be selected for the ITV Loose Women Book Club.
The recently-launched book club called Loose Books, sees a different Loose Women panellist pick a book to read each month, which will be announced on the show and on the website.
A month later there will be a discussion about the book on air, with viewers invited to send in their thoughts.
The first book, selected last month, was The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (Doubleday), picked by Colleen Nolan.
The book will be discussed on the show on Monday 20th April with panelists Ruth Langsford, Jane Moore and Gloria Hunniford.
Linda Robson is the next panelist to pick a book, and has chosen We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler (Serpent’s Tail). The book will be discussed on Loose Women in May. The third book in the club, to be reviewed in June, will be Us by David Nicholls (Hodder & Stoughton), which has been chosen by Andrea McLean.
Viewers at home can join the discussion about the chosen book at the Loose Women website, on the Loose Books’ Facebook page, via Twitter using the hashtage #loosebooks or by sending reviews to email@example.com.
Loose Women airs Monday to Friday on ITV at 12.30pm.