Frank Bailey, author of 'Blind Allegiance to Sarah Palin,' paid his $11,900 fine after an activist protested his ability to publish the e-mails.
When the Independent Publishers Group couldn't come to terms with Amazon, the bookselling giant took 5,000 IPG titles out of their Kindle e-book store.
The Charlestown, Mass., bindery still makes books by hand, using a 19th-century production model.
Late New York Times reporter Anthony Shadid's book was originally planned for a March 27 release date but its publication has now been moved up.
The stars of 'The Hunger Games' will appear for Q&A sessions at malls in Los Angeles, Seattle, and other areas.
TV host Stephen Colbert has written a children's book about a flag pole trying to find out who it really is.
The price and specifications of the new Nook Tablet put it in direct competition with Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet device.
Mark Kelly, husband of former US Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, will release his children's book about a mouse in space this fall.
With biographies like Carl Sandburg's 'Lincoln,' Americans can learn about past presidents on any day of the year.