Jason Pinter has acquired "Into the River" by Ted Daw Polis Books. "Into the River" is the first book to be banned by New Zealand in 22 years.
Buying a book from bestselling authors like Hilary Mantel and David Nicholls will not just treat booklovers with a good read but also give them a unique opportunity to lend a hand to Syrian refugees. The "Wolf Hall" and "One Day" writers are just two of the slew of novelists coming together for a special fundraiser for our brothers and sisters who are in need of crucial assistance.
Journalist Michael Moynihan from The Daily Beast is claiming that Roberto Saviano's book "Zero Zero Zero," which chronicles the rise of the rambling drug underworld and the "an international narco-state," as per the description for the book, "contains numerous instances of unambiguous plagiarism."
"The Heart Goes Last" is the latest from award-winning author Margaret Atwood. Fans have waited for one and a half decade for this standalone book and proving once again the writer is not capable of producing a middling title, makes these 15 long years worth twiddling thumbs for.
Mitch Albom 'The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto' Release Date: What to Expect From Author's 'Biggest Book' So FarSep 18, 2015 07:32 AM EDT
For Mitch Albom, his latest work "The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto" felt like "two books" to write. This is because it serves as the "biggest" title he ever penned so far in his career.
Here are five of the most inspiring life stories written in print.
George RR Martin has, not in the slightest, mentioned a specific release date for the highly-anticipated, long-demanded and probably hollered-for sixth volume of his bestselling saga "A Series of Ice and Fire." Despite this though, he certainly has plans on when "Winds of Winter" will be published and this is what his good friend Alejo Cuervo dished out in a recent interview.
The tale of courage and discovery of brave assassin Celaena Sardothien will be told in the small screen soon. "Throne of Glass," the bestselling young adult series by author Sarah J. Maas is being made into a TV show by Mark Gordon Company, which is behind long-running series "Grey's Anatomy" and "Ray Donovan."
The longlist for the 2015 National Book Award for Nonfiction has finally been determined. This is roughly a week after National Book Foundation, the organization behind one of the biggest literary accolades, announced the authors in the running for the literary and poetry category.