Two new book prizes are coming to the U.K. and Ireland.

The video hosting service TikTok and the coffee shop chain Caffè Nero are both launching book awards later this year.

TikTok announced it is launching the TikTok Book Awards for the U.K. and Ireland as an extension of its popular BookTok community. Categories for the awards will include book of the year, author of the year, and cover of the year. There will also be prizes for “best book to end a reading slump” and “best book I wish I could read again for the first time.”

Longlists for the prizes will be “curated based on BookTok data as well as publisher contributions,” according to the announcement. The winners will be voted on by British and Irish TikTok users in July and revealed the following month.

Caffè Nero’s book prizes will fill a void created after the ending last year of the Costa Book Awards, also sponsored by a coffee shop chain. The Evening Standard reports that the new award’s categories will be fiction, nonfiction, debut fiction, and children’s fiction. They will be judged by authors, booksellers, journalists, and influencers.

Shortlists for the Caffè Nero awards will be announced in November, with the winners revealed in January 2024. An overall winner, selected from the four category winners, will be announced the following month.

Michael Schaub, a journalist and regular contributor to NPR, lives near Austin, Texas.