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.
A woman carries a child around the fire, where an effigy of the demon Ghantakarna was burned to symbolize the destruction of evil, during the Ghantakarna festival at the ancient city of Bhaktapur, Nepal. According to local folklore, the demon is believed to 'steal' children and women from their homes and localities.
'Orphan Train,' a novel about the friendship between an elderly woman who was sent West in her youth and a contemporary teenager, has dominated paperback bestseller lists.
'I've been really blown away by the power of the compassion of strangers,' Halber said of learning about the amateur detectives who are solving old mysteries.
'Tolkien & Lewis' would chronicle the relationship between 'Lord of the Rings' writer Tolkien and 'The Chronicles of Narnia' author Lewis.
Some Amazon users spotted an ad for a Kindle Unlimited service, which would let users access as many e-book and audio titles as they wanted (within a certain library) for $9.99 a month.
Riordan's book 'The Lightning Thief' is reported to be the basis for a show that will be part of New York's Free Summer Theatre Program.
According to the website Nameberry, names like Khaleesi from 'Game of Thrones' and Katniss from 'Hunger Games' are getting lots of page views.
Lee says that 'as long as I am alive any book purporting to be with my cooperation is a falsehood,' while author Marja Mills tells the Monitor, 'Nelle Harper Lee and Alice F. Lee were aware I was writing this book.'
A London production of the show, starring 'Doctor Who' actor Matt Smith, received mixed reviews.
One participating bookstore reported a 300 percent increase in sales.