Donna Tartt's "The Goldfinch" topped this week's bestseller list after completing 6 weeks on the list. Mary Oliver's "Dog Songs" was placed at number two with Billy Collin' "Aimless Love" coming in at number three.
Janet Evanovich's "Takedown Twenty" ranked number one in this week's New York Times' best seller list while John Grisham's 'Sycamore Row' dropped down to third spot with David Baldacci's "King and Maxwell" coming in at number two on the list.
Late author John Williams' novel "Stoner" was awarded the 2013 Waterstone Book Prize.
John Grisham's "Sycamore Row" topped the New York Times bestseller list. "The First Phone Call from Heaven" by Mitch Albom came in at the second spot while "Dust "by Patricia D. Cornwell was placed at number 3.
Barnes & Noble Collaborates With Samsung To Create First Reading App For The New Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 KidsNov 27, 2013 03:02 AM EST
Barnes & Noble revealed that it has collaborated with Samsung to create the NOOK App which is the only reading app on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids.
Amazon Prime customers can now gift an Amazon Prime membership to friends and family over the holiday season, the giant retailer announced Friday.
On this week's Publisher Weekly bestseller list, John Grisham's 'Sycamore Row' came out on top for the third time with Donna Tartt's 'The Goldfinch' following in second . Stephen King's 'Doctor Sleep' dropped down to the third spot after being on top of the list for three straight weeks.
"Selfie" has been declared the "Word of 2013" by Oxford dictionaries beating words like 'twerk' and 'binge-watch' to the title.
Amazon launched the Australian Kindle Store, Wednesday, offering over 2 million eBooks that include many English best sellers, more than 400,000 Kindle-exclusive titles, best-selling illustrated children's and young adult books, cookbooks, comics and graphic novels, and more.