Like any goal setting exercises, setting a goal of reading more books (and achieving that goal) is all about good time management - and a few handy tips which we'll share with you below. It doesn't matter if you work three jobs, have a family or you're training for a marathon - these tips will help even the busiest person to read more. READ MORE
Struggling to find a discussion worthy read for your book club? We've put together a list of the perfect accompaniments for that cheese platter and bottle of red you have gearing to go. All book clubs are different so depending on what tickles your fancy have a gander at the list below. READ MORE
Join the HarperCollins Australia Book Club! Here at HarperCollins Australia, we're not just a company who make, market and sell books, we're first and foremost huge book nerds! We're constantly stopping each other in the hallways to recommend a book, dropping by each others desks to lend one and even though we're surrounded by books all day everyday, we still can't help ourselves when we're let loose in a bookshop! That's why we started the HarperCollins Australia Book Club to make time for getting together and talking about some of the best books on our list! READ MORE
It's our favourite time again... Book club time! Is there anything better than getting together with your bookish buddies, a few bottles of wine and sharing your thoughts on a thought-provoking book? Once again, we've collected together all the best conversation-inducing titles to help you plan for your next Book Club gathering! READ MORE
Welcome to the February edition of Book Club Reads! If your book club has been on hiatus over the holiday period, or if starting a book club is one of your 2017 resolutions, then we're here to help you on your way and find a book that everyone will be dying to talk about! READ MORE
For two decades, Zeba was a loving wife, a patient mother, and a peaceful villager. But her quiet life is shattered when her husband, Kamal, is found brutally murdered in the courtyard of their home. Nearly catatonic with shock, Zeba is unable to account for her whereabouts at the time of his death. Barely escaping a vengeful mob, Zeba is arrested and jailed. Awaiting trial, she meets a group of women, Nafisa, Latifa, and Mezhgan, whose own misfortunes have led them to these bleak cells. For these women, the prison is both a haven and a punishment, and there they form an indelible sisterhood. Can she save herself or them? A moving look at the lives of modern Afghan women, A House Without Windows is astonishing, unforgettable, and triumphant. A House Without Windows makes the perfect choice for your next book club - make sure you download our reading guide to generate discussion and debate! Plus, you can find lots of ideas for book clubs here in our September edition of Book Club Reads!