This is where we’re going to list some bloggers that we know and love:
James Pierson – The Crime Novel Reader
Josie Barton – jaffareadstoo
Joanne Booy – Joanne’s Reading Blog
Anne Cater random things through my letterbox
Davida Chazan – The Chocolate Lady’s Book Reviews
Gill Chedgey – BookPhace
Paul Cheney, the voice of BookLife – Half Man, Half Book
Rebecca Foster – bookishbeck
Sheila A Grant, the voice of BookDiva – An Invincible Love of Reading
Lindsay Healy – The Little Reader Library
Beth Moffat – bibliobeth
Laura Nazmdeh – Snazzy Books
Susannah Perkins – Girl with Her Head in a Book
Phil Ramage, our very own BookHugger – reviewsrevues
Margaret Madden – Bleach House Library
Simon Savidge – Savidge Reads
Wendy Smart –  Little Bookness Lane
Sharon Mills – SJ2B House of Books
Nicola Smith – Short Book and Scribes


Please find below a collection of links that will grow over time to books and reading-related sites that we think you might be interested in.

Suggestions are welcome – drop us a line at

The Reading Agency – a charitable organisation dedicated to inspiring people to read more
World Book Day – the official site for the annual celebration of books and reading marked in over 100 countries all over the world
World Book Night – now run by The Reading Agency and supported by an army of volunteers who share their love of reading by giving out books to people in their community who don’t read or own books themselves
Radio 2 Book Club – celebrating the written word with features and reviews across Radio 2
Radio 4 Book Club – led by James Naughtie, a group of readers talk to acclaimed authors about their best-known novels
Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction – the extremely popular prize awarded annually to celebrate excellence, originality and accessibility in women’s fiction
Richard and Judy Book Club – featuring extracts, interviews and more from the latest R&J selection
The Guardian Books – news, reviews and features from the world of books
nb & nudge Reviewer Centre – our very own independent reviewing service – login or register to review for us
Literary Festivals – a comprehensive calendar of literary festivals in the UK and Ireland, with links to others in the USA and Canada
The London Book Fair – the global marketplace for rights negotiation and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels
Book2Book – latest news and announcements from the book trade
whichbook – a new way to choose what to read
National Literacy Trust – a UK charity that transforms lives through literacy
Booktrust – designed to encourage UK readers and writers
The Man Booker Prize – explore the prizes, winners, shortlists, judges, authors and books
National Book Tokens – the only gift cards accepted in all major bookselling chains and independents across the UK and Ireland
IPAC – the Independent Publishing Agency Collective, for publishers and authors
CILIP – the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
Crime Time – reviewing the best crime fiction in the UK and around the world
Podcasts from Penguin and Vintage – interviews with and features on authors published by Penguin Random House
Dead Good – the home of killer crime books, drama and film, from Penguin Random House
The Pool: Arts and Culture – from the website designed for women too busy to browse
The Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards – with information on all the shortlisted books as well as the winners
The Wainwright Prize – the UK nature and travel writing prize
Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival – ‘the crime writing industry’s self-appointed Annual General Meeting’, based at the Old Swan Hotel in Harrogate
CrimeFest – the international crime fiction convention in Bristol
The Independent Bath Literature Festival – a comprehensive and wide-ranging literary events programme
Radio Gorgeous – award-winning podcasts frequently featuring female authors
BookGig – handpicked events from the authors you love
Lounge Books – the book discovery site from industry maven Sam Missingham
The Booktrail – read your way around the world
Crime Files – uncover the very best in crime and thriller writing