Forbes has just released their 2011 list of the world's highest paid authors (based on earnings from May 2010 to April 2011), and some of them may surprise you. We'll tell you how much each author made, why you should know their names, and how they beat the recession's effect on the fiction industry.
A new biography of Rick Perry is set to come out in 2012, and it's not likely to do the GOP candidate any favors.
Rumors abound as to the possible reason behind the earlier-than-expected release date of the new Steve Jobs biography.
The Sherlock Holmes novel, "A Study in Scarlet," has been taken off the sixth-grade reading list in a Virginia high school.
The series, based on his novel, "The Leftovers," about a small town post-Rapture, may just fill that creepy small town-shaped hole that "Twin Peaks" left behind.
Two scripts from the first season of HBO's "Game of Thrones" series have gone missing – and George R.R. Martin is not pleased.
Unlike the bulk of campaign books, Rick Perry's "Fed Up!" has something to say – and is winning some praise in the press.
What do you do when one of your book's characters, based on a real living person, dies in reality just before your book is published?
BlueInk Review will review your self-published manuscript – for up to $500. But you get to choose whether the review gets published or not.
It is shocking how relevant a novel written decades ago can seem today – sometimes even more so than on the day that it was published. We've rounded up ten of the best classic political novels of the past, recommended for some thrilling 2011 summer reading. Update: We have added three Facebook Fan recommendations to the list.
Philip Levine, a former Detroit factory worker and one of the most highly rated writers of his generation, is the new US Poet Laureate.