'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.
'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.
The second season of 'Outlander' will reportedly cover the events of Diana Gabaldon's novel 'Dragonfly in Amber.'
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.
A giant inflatable rubber duck floats past the USS Iowa battleship at the Port of Los Angeles. The world-famous sculpture sailed into the port for the first time to kick off the Tall Ships Festival LA and will remain in the harbor. The duck was designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman and at 61 feet high, 110 feet long 85 f...
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.
On summer vacations, we never read as much as we think we will.
Franco previously adapted the Faulkner novel 'As I Lay Dying' for the screen.
Journalist Helen Thorpe goes deep into the lives of three women – Michelle, Debbie, and Desma – who signed up for the Indiana National Guard in peacetime and then found themselves serving in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Obama angered some in the independent book world after he praised Amazon's business practices in 2013 and skipped his usual visit to a Martha's Vineyard indie bookstore later that year. Will he pick up some books during his Vineyard visit this year?
No one was executed in the US between 1972 and 1976 after a landmark Supreme Court decision. It was later overturned, but that ban still affects our rights today. Mandery explains how it all happened.
Celebrities like Hillary Clinton have been sharing some of their favorite reading locations.