There is a lot going on in the book world this month - here is what to keep your eye out for:
Circe by Madeline Miller
Previous Orange Prize Winner is back with a new retelling featuring a goddess heroine. Perfect for fans of Greek Mythology, fantasy or even just brilliant and compelling characters!
The Witch Doesn't Burn in this One by Amanda Lovelace
If poetry is your bag you can't miss the sequel to her wonderful feminist collection The Princess Saves Herself in this One - rewriting the archetypes that women are pigeonholed into.
Macbeth by Jo Nesbo
If a crime version of Shakespeare's grittiest play, rewritten by the king of the genre isn't every book lover's dream then I don't know what is.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
Lily James stars in the adaptation of a historical fiction exploring and celebrating literature and the written word. Out in cinemas this month.
The Women's Prize Shortlist
On 23rd April the 16 strong longlist of women's fiction will be narrowed down to just six contenders so now is a great time to catch up on some of the longlist books you've not read yet.
The Man Booker International Shortlist
The UK's leading book prize organisation has been mired in controversy after changing the nationality of Taiwanese writer Wu Ming-Yi, due to pressure from Beijing, and the organisation has now done a U-turn. While many of us may hold issues with the actions of the Man Booker International Prize, it holds that reading these books and understanding the perspectives and experiences of people worldwide is just as important as ever - starting with Wu Ming-Yi's The Stolen Bicycle.