After enduring the wild success of "Eat, Pray, Love," Elizabeth Gilbert now says she's retiring to a life of "slow fiction and even slower gardening."
The entire library of Star Wars fiction will become available in e-book format later this summer.
A memoir by Stieg Larsson's partner arrives in the US next month, while an exploration of Larsson and his world is already available.
A comic-book bio will chronicle "the polarizing life and career of the high-profile tycoon, presidential aspirant and media bon vivant" Donald Trump.
Publisher-supported Bookish hopes to become the Rotten Tomatoes of the book world.
Two Montana legislators, saying that millions of readers were bilked by "Three Cups of Tea," are pursuing a class action lawsuit against author Greg Mortenson.
"The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches" author Susan Russo does a tell-all interview over turkey on rye.