Eudora Welty's love for flowers is explored in a new book.
'The vehemence surprised me,' celebrated bibliophile Nancy Pearl said of the reaction to her decision to publish with Amazon.
The four-part 'All The Wrong Questions' series is being advertised as the first 'authorized' account of the childhood of Lemony Snicket.
In Nevada Barr's new novel "The Rope," heroine Anna Pigeon is tested by darkness – including the kind that lurks in others.
Parenting goes global as American readers devour books like 'Bringing Up Bebe' and 'How Eskimos Keep Their Babies Warm,' seeking international ideas on raising children.
'Coming Apart' by Charles Murray is being called an important book. But is it a good one?
On the bicentennial of the birth of Charles Dickens – Feb. 7, 2012 – his best novels remain linked to his many heartaches.
Booksellers Indigo Books and Music and Books-a-Million join Barnes & Noble in refusing to sell Amazon-published books – but Amazon may be looking into opening their own retail stores.