Massachusetts author Victoria Strauss talks about both the fraud and the opportunity available in today's book world.
They'll take you from Mount Hebron to Silicon Valley. These are the 15 nonfiction titles that Monitor book reviewers found to be the most outstanding of 2011.
Ray Bradbury, who has called the Internet a 'meaningless' distraction, is now finally allowing a digital version of 'Fahrenheit 451.'
Penguin Group – citing security problems – has put a hold on the distribution of new e-books to libraries.
Some writers are up in arms that Amazon's Kindle Lending Library is offering their books for free.
James Garner offers straight talk about fellow actors like Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson, in addition to revelations about his own drug use and his hardscrabble childhood.
Just in time for Teen Read Week 2011, teens cast more than 10,000 votes to pick their favorite books in a contest sponsored by the Young Adult Library Services Association. What made it to No. 1?
Arnold Schwarzenegger's upcoming memoir "Total Recall" will not be a "tell-all" but is expected to discuss the breakup of his marriage.
From Ireland to India, and from the year AD 73 to the possible end of the world, here are 12 of the most enticing of the fall 2011 fiction titles.
From the energy crisis to The Doors, from Hitler’s Germany to Rin Tin Tin, here are the nonfiction titles that have readers buzzing this fall.