'Marley,' a memoir by John Grogan about owning an ill-behaved but lovable dog, was adapted into a movie starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston.
'Highwayman' has received many positive reviews from critics, calling it 'delightfully fun' and one writing, 'They can still write 'em like they used to.'
Richard Preston's book 'The Hot Zone' was published in 1994 and tells the story of Ebola appearing in a lab in Washington D.C. Now it's back on bestseller lists and it could be adapted as a TV series.
After an American became accidentally locked inside a Waterstones location after it closed, the UK book store chain is inviting contest winners to stay the night.
Amazon and Simon & Schuster recently reached a deal on e-book and print book prices and it gives Simon & Schuster control over e-book prices 'with some limited exceptions.' E-book prices are reportedly part of the ongoing dispute between Amazon and publisher Hachette.
The National Book Award-winning story of how a real-life incident inspired Herman Melville to write 'Moby-Dick' is being adapted as a movie by director Ron Howard. The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Ben Whishaw, and Brendan Gleeson.
According to reports, a building that's being constructed on Rowling's property has 'a striking resemblance' to the home of 'Potter' character Hagrid, who lived in a hut on the grounds of the magic school Hogwarts in Rowling's novels.
Bestselling author John Grisham apologized Thursday for comments he made about what he viewed as overly punitive sentences for those who view child pornography.
The new movie in the 'Hunger Games' series is being released this November.
Waterstones patron David Willis tweeted at the Twitter account for the company, alerting them that he was locked inside one of their stores.