Sealed since 1964, eight and a half hours of interviews with Jackie Kennedy are set to be released in September – and are rumored to be full of surprises.
The publishing industry has grown over the last three years, boosted mainly by soaring e-book sales.
A list of Michele Bachmann's favorite books includes one that "startles" an interviewer.
"The Help," the popular novel by Kathryn Stockett, has been adapted into a film to be released on August 10. It stars Emma Stone and Viola Davis and is one of the summer's most highly anticipated movies. Here are ten movie stills that will allow you a sneak peek at some of the best scenes of the summer film.
It wasn't easy getting there, but Google Books has signed a deal with a major French publisher.
Is it appropriate to distract kids with narrated e-books in restaurants?
Author Ben Yagoda sets up a "how-to" guide for determining a memoir's "truthy aspects."
Publishing industry experts rue the (temporary, anyway) disappearance of a promising new form of e-book innovation.
Detective novels have long been one of our favorite books genres, keeping us on the edge of our seats with endless plot twists and clever villains. But how well do you really know your detective novels? We've put together a quiz covering some of the classics to see how closely you've been paying attention.
Kathryn Bolkovac wrote "The Whistleblower" about her encounter with sex trafficking in Bosnia. Will it work as a summer movie?