In a recent episode of his show, Colbert discussed the dispute between Amazon and publisher Hachette which has caused some books, including his own, to be delayed or unavailable to customers.
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King's newest novel begins with a driver slamming into a crowd at a job fair and continues with a white-knuckle chase.
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Prize-winning Chinese American writer Yiyun Li says that today's young Chinese may have only a vague sense of what happened at Tiananmen Square in June, 1989, yet the events of that month are 'never forgotten.'
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In Thailand, various protestors are gathering in public places to silently read books like '1984' and 'Unarmed Insurrection' to convey how they feel about the country's political situation.
The new short story collection from Everyman's Library includes pieces from authors including Vladimir Nabokov and John Updike, all ruminating on the ups and downs of being a parent.
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Green said that when his editor read the original ending to 'Fault,' she thought it was so bad that she told him: 'I can't tell if you're kidding.'
Jeff Kinney says he plans to open a bookstore in his town of Plainville, Mass., aimed at breaking even within five years.
Johnson published his eleventh Walt Longmire book with his new work 'Any Other Name.'