Steve Jobs biography sales are already soaring online, says Amazon. A spokesperson predicts the Steve Jobs bio will be the top seller in 2011.
Colin Powell: According to HarperCollins, the book will include his 13 rules of leadership and 'revealing personal stories.'
J.K. Rowling: The trademark description of J.K. Rowling's Pottermore suggests an interactive site 'providing on-line chat rooms and electronic bulletin boards' and 'on-line facilities for real-time interaction with other computer users concerning topics of general interest.'
Barbara Sinatra: What's fascinating about "Lady Blue Eyes" is how Barbara Sinatra turns to love, admiration and denial in explaining her place at Frank's side.
Jennifer Egan won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel about the passage of time set in the digital upending of the music industry.
Former Palin aide Frank Bailey's book, "Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin," is scheduled for release next month.
At the same time, sales of hardcover and paperback books continue to drop.
Michelle Obama will write about what inspired her garden and will also share favorite Obama family recipes.
New Bible: a new Roman Catholic Church edition of the New American Bible will replace some words, revert to an earlier version of the 23rd Psalm, and include fresh notes of Church interpretation. A digital edition of this new bible will also be available next week.
Huck Finn ('Adventures of Huckleberry Finn') is the fourth most banned book in the US. A controversial new edition would replace 219 references to the 'N-word' with 'slave.' Historical accuracy vs. censorship?
Condoleezza Rice, National Security Advisor and Secretary of State in the Bush administration, says 'mistakes' were made. But her new book, 'Extraordinary, Ordinary People,' covers her life prior to Sept. 11, 2001.