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- Debbie Ford, author of 'The Dark Side of the Light Chasers,' dies
- Kate Middleton criticized by Hilary Mantel, Booker Prize winner (+video)
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- Evan Connell dies: Author penned book on Custer's Last Stand
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Navy SEAL Osama book: Will the US military and CIA allow the book by a Navy SEAL who was on the Osama bin Laden raid, be published?
Jonah Lehrer resigned from The New Yorker after Tablet Magazine discovered Lehrer had fabricated quotes by Bob Dylan in Lehrer's latest book "Imagine: How Creativity Works."
Michelle Obama gets approval from her daughters on her book "American Grown," which traces the story of the White House garden through photographs, recipes and anecdotes from the elementary school kids who help maintain it.
Ray Bradbury passed away Tuesday in California, according to his daughter. 'Fahrenheit 451' was produced on rented typewriters.
Most well-read cities included Alexandria, Va., which came out ahead of Cambridge, Mass., and Berkeley, Calif., in the Amazon list. The top 5 most-well read cities also included Ann Arbor, Mich., and Boulder, Colorado.
Carlos Fuentes belonged to a generation of Latin American writers who were both literary and political, author and social commentator. Fuentes was a public intellectual.
Maurice Sendak wrote and illustrated the acclaimed 'Where The Wild Things Are,' along with other children's books. He passed away early Tuesday in Connecticut.
The late Manning Marable won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for history, honored for a Malcolm X book. But no Pulitzer Prize was awarded for fiction.