Two acclaimed fantasy novels are getting closer to your TV screen – 'Jonathan' will air on the BBC this month and on BBC America in June, while an adaptation of Lev Grossman's 'The Magicians' received a series order from network Syfy.
'The Wright Brothers' looks like another hit for the 'John Adams' and 'Truman' author. The book was released on May 5.
A book by Margret Aldrich includes photos of the take-a-book-leave-a-book structures and interviews with those who created them.
Stories written by Twain when he was a 29-year-old journalist in San Francisco are the product of a man still unsure of his calling. .
Wilson's work will be titled 'The Bassoon King.' The actor is currently starring on the Fox series 'Backstrom.'
'God' centers on 'Life' protagonist Ursula's brother Teddy, a World War II veteran. Atkinson's 'Life' was highly acclaimed.
Kaling's book 'Why Not Me?' will be released this September.
Canadian bookstore giant Indigo hopes to expand into the US. But its stores will be like no other bookstore in the US: part bookstore, part 'cultural department store.'
Many critics are praising the novel by writer Sabaa Tahir, which centers on people living in a Rome-like fantasy world.
The book by the 'Water for Elephants' writer has held steady on bestseller lists, though some critics gave the book negative reviews.