In case you missed it, all the latest bookish news...
'Artemis Fowl' adaptation (finally) gets an official release date
Paul Auster, Emily Fridlund, Mohsin Hamid, Fiona Mozley, George Saunders and Ali Smith have all been shortlisted.
Did you know he was also a spy, an ace fighter pilot, chocolate historian and a medical inventor?
Advice. All aspiring writers want it, hoping there’s some nugget of knowledge that holds the key to their success.
10 books to start reading when the withdraws set in after the season 7 finale.
Lonely Planet have revealed their 2017 Best in Asia list. You'll be amazed and surprised at what's made the list!
Is dad a motor enthusiast? Does he spend hours in the garage tinkering with old cars or bikes?
Epic space adventures, intriguing thrillers, and feel-good coming-of-age stories. These are the must-read YA books of the month.
Sarah McDuling and Tanaya Lowden review the latest YA books.
Make sure you add these 4 Young Adult books to your TBR list immediately.
Andrew Cattanach reviews George Saunders' Lincoln in the Bardo.
Tanaya Lowden reviews Artemis by Andy Weir, author of The Martian.
Lonely Planet author Rebecca Milner chats to us about the latest Lonely Planet Japan Guide.
Mark Manson recently visited Booktopia to chat his book. Listen to his podcast with Booktopia's Ben and John.
Sheridan Jobbins answers Booktopia's Ten Terrifying Questions.
Lian Tanner answers Booktopia's Ten Terrifying Questions.
Dr. L.J.M. Owen - author of the Dr Pimms, Intermillennial Sleuth Series - explains why we love to read.
Guest post by Mary-Anne O'Connor, author of War Flower.
Chris Helder: If you believe opportunities are everywhere, your brain will go about finding those opportunities.
Fiona Palmer: We have been huge supporters of each other over the span of our careers.
Mira Bartok answers Booktopia's Ten Terrifying Questions.
Cath Crowley, Fiona Wood and Simmone Howell answer the Booktopia Book Guru's Ten Terrifying Questions.
Tracey Mills reviews Accidental Heroes by Lian Tanner.
Claire Saxby: The first books that a young child encounters are likely to be some version of a picture book.