In The Museum of Extraordinary Things, Alice Hoffman has created a love story among the crushing reality of poverty and dreaming. Read an extract here.
In her new book bestselling author ANITA HEISS explores the nature of friendship as a group of women approach the milestone of turning 40. Read an extract here
He's the man of her dreams, but he walked on her. Or so she thinks... Read an extract from Tricia Stinger's gripping new romance, Right as Rain.
Read the first chapter from Mandy Margo's new novel, Driftwood.
Read the first chapter from Victoria Purman's romantic novel, Nobody But Him.
After the extraordinary global success of Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert has written her first novel in 13 years. Read the first chaper here.
Read the first chapter from Rachael Johns' new novel, Outback Dreams, the first in a series of books for lovers of romance.
Read the first chapter from Anna Romer's first novel, Thornwood House.
Read an extract from Philippa Gregory's bestselling new book, The White Princess: a story of Kings, Queens, resilience, and the battle for true love.
Sexual longing is fertile territory for writers, but few writers could tackle the socially taboo subject of an older male teacher and a young...
Read an extract from Hannah Richell's latest book, The Shadow Year.
Read the first chapter of Kimberly McCreight's Reconstructing Amelia: the story of a mother's struggle to come to terms with her teenage daughter's suicide.
Read an extract from Helen Sage's beautiful memoir, A Flower Between the Cracks.
Read an extract from Mary Beth Keane's new book, Fever.
Read an extract from stand-up comic, DENISE SCOTT's new book, The Tour: A Memoir.
Read an extract from WENDY HARMER's latest book, I Made Lattes For a Love God.
Read the first chapter from POSIE GRAEME-EVANS' new book, The Island House.
Read an extract from LISA GENOVA's new book, Love Anthony.
The Hoopla brings you a sneak preview of PHILIPPA GREGORY's gripping new historical drama, The Kingmaker's Daughter.
The dark girl turned to look at them, wet hair plastered to her face. Very slowly, she walked toward them. But every 3 steps...