Rowling's mystery series will reportedly be adapted for TV. Two have been published in the series so far and the author says she has more planned.
This past November, author Laura Hillenbrand published a young adult version of her 2010 bestseller 'Unbroken' (itself still on bestseller lists). The book for younger readers is also selling well, though reviewers disagree on whether it's necessary.
'It' will reportedly be adapted as two movies, with 'True Detective' helmer Cary Fukunaga slated to direct the first film, according to 'It' producer Dan Lin.
'Light' was published in May but has stayed visible due to acclaim like a nomination for the National Book Awards. Now many independent bookstores say Anthony Doerr's novel is one of their top sellers.
Melville House will publish the Senate Intelligence Committee's 'Study of the Central Intelligence Agency's Detention and Interrogation Program,' otherwise known as the 'torture report,' in paperback format by Dec. 30.
J.K. Rowling, Philip Pullman, Julian Barnes, and others expressed delight when a high court in the United Kingdom struck down a ban on sending books to prisoners.
The radio adaptation of 'Omens' will star actors Mark Heap and Peter Serafinowicz.
Hachette is selling three of its titles, including Amanda Palmer's new book 'The Art of Asking,' using buy buttons on Twitter.
The 10-hour radio adaptation will star actors John Hurt and Simon Russell Beale.
From Dec. 12 to Dec. 23, Rowling is posting 12 new stories set in the 'Potter' universe on the website Pottermore.
'Harry Potter' fans came together at a castle in Poland to act out the world of J.K. Rowling's books. More events are planned for April.