An award-winning Dundee writer is on the shortlist to be named as one of Scotland's most inspiring authors.
Whether through forgetfulness or amongst the stresses of an educational assignment, most of us have returned a library book a little late – but how about 84 years after its due date?
A Perthshire book festival will celebrate 100 years of one of the country's best loved writers.
Writers, editors and booklovers have been sharing the often-used plots or character traits that come up in fiction way more often than real life suggests they should.
Unearthing a rare gem is one of the highlights of social media, so when one guy stumbled across a clip from a 2015 YouTube video it was dutifully shared.
Protagonists in books, films and TV are generally viewed in a positive light – but what if the audience could change perspective and view these stories from other characters’ points of view?
The views of more than 450 children have helped shape a new national strategy for school libraries.
A widow has appealed on Twitter for help finding a book carrying an inscription from her late husband that accidentally ended up in a charity shop.
Reading fiction should be compulsory for world leaders to make them more compassionate, says Nicola Sturgeon.
An author is on a mission to find the woman who was spotted reading her book during the Test match.