Starts at 60's bookworm-in-chief shares her March reading list, and it's full of absorbing reads for every taste.
Karen had fun discovering the absurd reasons some books have been censored or outright banned in the name of decency.
Facing the challenge of declining usage of libraries, Hong Kong chooses an interesting solution.
Of all the books I've have read over my lifetime, one truly inspired me 50 years ago and continues to inspire me today.
Many have been coming for years, and continue because the gentle stretch and pulse movement is as effective as it is addictive.
If you have ever wondered if your favourite author is knowledgeable about topics other than their own works, try it out!
Jeffrey Archer is still gripping audiences around the world.
The latest releases, a much-loved classic, an inspirational biography, add a little crime, history and romance = a month of awesome reading.
If you want to know what your peers are reading and enjoying, check out this list.
Alexander McCall Smith only intended writing a short story; it surprises even him that the No 1 Ladies' Detective Agency has 18 sequels!