Summer 2006 - We've had a slow start to Summer in Scotland, but we're not letting that stop our enjoyment of some great summer reads. For our Critic's Choice, we've selected some of the best summer reads for you - and with our special summer discounts, you can save money too.
May 2006 - At the end of April, Penguin republished two of Muriel Spark's novels, The Driving School and The Ballad of Peckham Rye. But last month, Dame Muriel Spark died, aged 88, in her Tuscany home. We feature the works of Muriel Spark as our critic's choice for May.
April 2006 - Our writer-in-residence, Roddy Lumsden, recently reviewed the new Canongate Classic edition of Charles Maclean's St Kilda: Island on the Edge of the World.
March 2006 - Literary Consultant Lindsey Fraser lists her top 10 Scottish children's books, although she admits it was difficult to pick just ten.
February 2006: Author Nicola Morgan casts her eye over the wide range of Scottish books written for the teenage market.
January 2006: Stuart Kelly reviews 21st century Scottish writing.
December 2005: Professor Douglas Gifford, of Glasgow University, reviews The People's Act of Love by James Meek in From Siberia to Edinburgh.