Books like 'Blood Feud' by Edward Klein and 'The Real Benghazi Story' by Aaron Klein may actually demonstrate that Clinton has returned to political power.
Filmmaker Eoghan Kidney says he hopes his video game will allow users to gain a new appreciation of the James Joyce novel.
'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' director Peter Jackson recently revealed a new trailer for the film. 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' is set to be released this December.
The new 'Potter' covers are illustrated by Jonny Duddle.
Bidart, Wolcott, and playwright David Rabe are among the recipients of the 2014 PEN Literary Awards.
Parents complained about Green's books 'Looking for Alaska' and 'Paper Towns,' but a school committee in Wisconsin decided not to remove 'Alaska' and 'Towns' was taken off a reading list in Florida, then restored.
Amazon recently extended a public challenge to Hachette, saying that if the publisher will lower e-book prices to $9.99, the company won't ask for a larger share of the revenues. This is the first time Amazon has publicly shared details of the dispute between the two companies.
The final season of 'Sons of Anarchy' will begin airing this September.
Radcliffe stars in the film adaptation of Joe Hill's novel.
Harkness's book is the third in a planned supernatural trilogy.
Four American authors made the cut, including Joshua Ferris and Karen Joy Fowler.
'Of Mice and Men' will be filmed by National Theatre Live.
There are some pretty big gaps in Amazon's new Kindle Unlimited e-book subscription service. But for some customers it will have appeal.
Three stories by Salinger printed in 1940s magazines have now been collected into print, e-book, and audio format. Devault-Graves Agency co-founder Tom Graves says it's the first time a Salinger work has legally appeared in electronic format.
Palahniuk is writing a sequel to his 1996 novel that will be in graphic novel form and released in 10 parts.
'Hotel Florida' writer Amanda Vaill discusses how those involved in the Spanish War, like journalists Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn and photographers Robert Capa and Gerta Taro, struggled with how to portray the conflict to the outside world.