I'm thinking of revamping our books section. Usually we only get three books in there, and sometimes only two. I'm thinking of moving the free FSF advert we run somewhere else in the magazine, freeing up both pages, then changing the format so that the pictures are smaller and we have slightly fewer words per book. The end result would be, rather than three books an issue, we have six.
But there's more: I'm also thinking we could, still depending on what you think of course, stray away from just having Linux and programming books. If we were to have six books an issue, we could have three Linuxy books then three non-Linux items that are still of general geek interest. For example, we might have a book on astronomy, a science fiction novel, and a DVD.
This is all hugely dependent on what you think, so let me know in a comment below.
Clarification: having more books on those two pages and printing a wider variety of book reviews are attached as an idea: we won't do one without the other, simply because we just don't have the time to read 6x dense technical manuals a month.