The books section of the Mancunion have collaborated together to share our tips and recommendations to help you get over a reading slump.
Books and Instagram are an unlikely match but bookstagrams continue to grow in popularity in the UK. We spotlight another account for the second article in our series on UK based bookstagrams.
Bookstagrams have been on the rise in the past few years and especially over the recent UK lockdowns. To find out more about the trend we chatted with the people behind a recently founded books Instagram account.
Maisie Scott reviews Raven Leilani’s debut novel Luster and sees what all the literary hype is about.
The books section have collaborated to provide a list of seven books to read this Valentine’s day.
Ghosts by Dolly Alderton delves into the world of online dating, experiences of modern love and ghosting
Marcus Rashford MBE has just launched a book deal with Macmillan books, and he is running a books campaign over his social media channels to give children access to literature
Maisie Scott reviews Before the Coffee Gets Cold and the novel’s depiction of time travel and the modern coffee shop
Maisie Scott chats with Blackwell’s Manchester about the launch of their new same-day delivery service
Aesthetics are everything on Instagram but in the bookstagram world they have to the potential to be used for creative Instagram posts, reels and stories
Burnt Sugar is the debut novel by Avni Doshi. The book has just been recognised by the 2021 Women’s Prize for Fiction long list, and it deserves a spot on the shortlist.
The books section have come together to consider the female writers who have inspired us for International Women’s Day
Maisie Scott spotlights All Men Want to Know by Nina Bouraoui for LGBTQIA+ history month.
Eliza Clarke’s debut novel Boy Parts follows an anti-heroine as she navigates her photography career, personal relationships, and violent impulses
The books section have created the ultimate Christmas book buying guide. Check out what we are recommending this Christmas
Maisie Scott spotlights Bookshop.org and their ethical partnerships with local bookshops across the UK
Books are the ultimate distraction from the endless news cycle and are an important form of self-care. Check out our lockdown book recommendations