Summer reading for the soul, Pope Francis’s effect on publishing, and where the Bible appears in Go Set A Watchmen are among the most-talked about articles on the web today.

Huffington Post Religion’s Summer Reading for the Soul features four faith-based books for readers, including Lisa Dean’s A World Transformed: Exploring the Spirituality of Medieval Maps.

Pope Francis’s Effect on Publishing at Loyola Press by Publishing Perspectives explores the new-found interest in books tied to Jesuit Catholicism as it relates to the first and only Jesuit pope.

A blog post entitled Rejecting Islam on Psychology Today examines the trauma of apostasy in Muslim communities, pointing out that walking away from religion oftentimes means isolation.

Did you know that the Bible goes far beyond just the title in Harper Lee’s Go Set A Watchman? The Religion News Service identifies where Scripture appears in the bestseller in Where’s the Bible in Harper Lee’s Watchman?