Read an extract from Emmeline Pankhurst’s My Own Story, an inspiration for the film Suffragette.

Robin Stevens, author of the Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries, explains why Queen of Crime Agatha Christie’s books are perfect reading for sleuths big and small.

Bridget Christie talks to ….Bridget Christie about her new book A Book for Her. (and for him, if he can read).

Read an extract from NW, Zadie Smith’s 2013 portrait of modern urban life told through the stories of four very different Londoners.

Top Pop 3 Mr Bennet

Endearingly affable, the Bennet sister’s long suffering father enjoys the quieter things in life, such as tranquil strolls in the country and curling up with a book. Read an extract from Austen’s classic, Pride and Prejudice in which Mr Bennet stands up to his wife on the question of Lizzie’s impending nuptials.

“We believe that the future for women is bright, especially if we continue to harness the power of the internet.” The Vagenda talk social media and women’s blogs for #onthepage.

In this exclusive extract from her ground-breaking book Playing Big, Tara Mohr explains how to handle self-doubt and stop holding yourself back…

Suzanne Dean, the designer behind the cover of Sara Taylor’s stunning new novel, The Shore, talks the Penguin Blog through the creative process of creating this particular book jacket.

Susie Orbach is a psychotherapist, writer and co-founder of The Women’s Therapy Centre in London and New York. In this extract from her pioneering work Fat Is A Feminist Issue, the author explores our obsession with body image.

Travel writing has a long literary heritage – but which eye-opening travelling tales were penned by women? Harriet Horobin-Worley, Digital Assistant Editor for Penguin, takes you on an adventure through the eyes of female authors…