Amazon is offering no details, but a Wednesday press conference could finally confirm the existence of a Kindle tablet device.
Each year during Banned Books Week, the American Library Association tells us which titles available in public US libraries and schools received the most complaints or challenges during the previous year. In 2010, it seems, it was modern bestsellers – rather than classics from earlier decades – that provoked the most heat. Banned Books Week 2011 is being observed from Sept. 24 - Oct. 1.
He says nothing will ever be as good again. So I'm handing him "How to Train Your Dragon" and "The Lord of the Rings."
Like 'The Blind Side' – another Michael Lewis book turned into a movie – 'Moneyball' is complex. Did Hollywood capture it?
Pastor Todd Burpo, author of 'Heaven Is For Real' – the story of what he says was his son's trip to heaven – stands by his book in a new interview to be shown next week.
Just in time for Banned Books Week, the Charlton, Mass., library reversed its ban on Twain's story "Eve's Diary."
Former president Bill Clinton's new book "Back to Work," scheduled for November release, will outline his plan to get the US economy back on track.
How a posthumous novel by 'Mildred Pierce' author James M. Cain was discovered and released.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's upcoming memoir "Total Recall" will not be a "tell-all" but is expected to discuss the breakup of his marriage.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange – responsible for the high-profile leaking of secret US government files – is now hoping to block the publication of own autobiography.
Readers with Kindles or the Kindle app can now download e-books from their libraries free of charge.
"Slaughterhouse Five" and another banned book are now back in the Republic High School library – but must stay in a restricted area.
"Every Thing On It," a posthumous collection from beloved children's poet Shel Silverstein, provides more wacky wordplay and silly endings.