Gavrilo Princip, who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand, could well be the most significant forgotten figure of the 20th century. Author Tim Butcher discusses what he learned about Princip for his book 'The Trigger.'
'No Ordinary Time' centers on Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt during World War II.
Rowling's newest original content penned for the website Pottermore focuses on Celestina Warbeck, an 'off-stage' character whose songs are heard in the 'Potter' novels although the singer never makes an actual appearance.
German culture and media minister Monika Gruetters recently addressed the campaign by European authors protesting Amazon's business tactics with Swedish publisher Bonnier Group. Gruetters said she 'supports' the effort.
'Inherent Vice' stars Joaquin Phoenix, Katherine Waterston, and Josh Brolin.
Will the residence provide insight into the mysterious author's later life?
A new study found that those who read a story on an e-reader versus a paper version were worse at putting the story's events in the right timeline.
Some Washington Post book reviews currently have a 'buy it now' link to Amazon embedded in the text, but a Washington Post spokesperson says the buttons are a mistake and that they're meant to go on the side of the page.
More than 1,000 writers from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland have signed a letter to Amazon saying that the company has made Bonnier-published books less available and manipulated Amazon's recommended reading lists.
The character of Alex Vause, portrayed by actress Laura Prepon on the show, is based on Wolters.
'Stay' follows a teenage cellist, Mia, who must decide whether to die or move forward with life after becoming injured in a car accident.
Rowena Xiaoqing He’s new book 'Tiananmen Exiles' offers fresh insight into the challenges that exiled Chinese student leaders faced after they escaped from China.
Amazon is opening its first on-campus pick-up and drop-off center at Purdue University and its second online storefront.
Questions about White House vacations are as old as the presidency itself, points out Lawrence L. Knutson, author of 'Away from the White House.'
George R.R. Martin, author of the 'Song of Ice and Fire' series on which the HBO series 'Game of Thrones' is based, recently said that 'some of the theories are right' about the finale of his books.
'This is about as close as one can get to the Ministry of Truth and its doublespeak: turning the facts inside out to get a piece of propaganda across,' Bill Hamilton, executor of the Orwell estate, said. Amazon recently wrote a letter criticizing publisher Hachette, with which it is engaged in a battle over e-book prices, and took out of context an Orwell quote about paperback books.