A Montana Attorney General’s office investigation found significant mismanagement of funds by 'Three Cups of Tea' author Greg Mortenson.
A study by the Pew Internet Project finds that consumers who use e-readers are buying more books.
In some respects, Jonathan Franzen and Ann Patchett seem separated at birth – except for all the ways in which they are polar opposites.
A new video offers Harry Potter fans a glimpse of the books and activities – the chance to be "Sorted" into a house or to duel with other users – that will be enjoyed on official Harry Potter website "Pottemore."
Richard Zacks talks about the remarkable Teddy Roosevelt and his failed attempt to take the vice out of New York City.
A four-part series in the Seattle Times charges Amazon with aggressive business practices and a lack of philanthropy.
At a Toronto event, George R.R. Martin read an exceprt from his upcoming book 'The Winds of Winter.'