They used to sell as a guilty pleasure to be hidden away. Now they're cool and out in the open.
Halle Butler hated working. Now she writes about it.
Are there some things that just shouldn't be made easier?
For every 100 books published by leading romance publishers in 2017, only 6.2 were written by people of color.
The BBC’s Anu Anand takes a tour of Charles Dickens’ last London home, and chats with a historian who explains how economic hardships influenced the celebrated author’s “A Christmas Carol” classic. Click the above audio player to hear the full interview.