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'Fifty Shades Darker' Cast, Release Date & Plot Rumors: Henry Cavill as Jack Hyde - The Truth Revealed!

When "Fifty Shades of Grey" was in development, fans who read EL James' books had their own imagination on what Christian Grey would look like. The same goes for "Fifty Shades Darker," who will introduce another man in Anastasia's life.

#1 New York Times Best-Selling Authors Rick Riordan and James Patterson LIVE at Lincoln Center

James Patterson to Receive Literarian Award in National Book Awards

National Book Foundation has chosen "Zoo" author James Patterson as the recipient of this year's Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community, which will be awarded to the author during the National Book Awards 2015 ceremony in November.

Sears Shooting Stars Competition 2014

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Writes Book About Sherlock Holmes'

Apart from his love for basketball, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, all 7 foot and 2 inches of the leading scorer in NBA history, is also a huge fan of the greatest detective of all time. This led the NBA legend to stitch a story set in the universe of Sherlock Holmes although it is one that is necessarily about the British super sleuth.

Life Without Limbs by Nick Vujicic

Non-Fiction Picks: Top 5 Memoirs Written by World's Most Inspirational People

Here are five of the most inspiring life stories written in print.

Costa Book Of The Year Awards

BBC National Short Story Award 2015: Shortlist, Prizes & Everything You Need to Know

The shortlist for this year's BBC National Short Story Award has finally been announced. The authors vying for the prestigious award and the £15,000 prize given away by BBC and Book Trust include Jonathan Buckley, Frances Leviston and Jeremy Page.

'Red Queen' by Victoria Aveyard Book Cover

'Red Queen' Author Victoria Aveyard Signs New Deal With HarperCollins

The 'Red Queen' series is getting a fourth book. Also, a new book is coming in 2019.

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Salman Rushdie's New Novel Arrives Years After Last Adult Fiction Work

The author of several magical realism novels comes back with his first adult fiction novel in years.

Barack Obama Signs Copies Of His New Book

Politics Book Corner: Timeless Reading Picks for Politicians & Politics Lovers

The knowledge and wisdom embedded in politics books transcends time.

Galaxy National Book Awards - Arrivals

Patrick Ness, John Green, Derek Landy & More Authors Raise Funds for Syrian Refugees

Patrick Ness started a fundraising appeal for Syrian refugees via Twitter and has already raised more than £400, 000.

Hulu 2015 Summer TCA Presentation

Mindy Kaling Reveals New Book 'Why Not Me?' is a Lot More Intimate

"Why Not Me?" is a collection of personal essays, which comes as a follow-up to the previous book. In the memoir, Kaling shares her journey to finding excitement and fulfillment in her adult life.

Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' Hailed in Global Poll as Author's Top Novel

Back in April, Agatha Christie Ltd, the estate of the mystery crime novelist, strived to find out which of the iconic author's works is the world's most wanted. The results are in and the first past the post is "And Then There Were None."

Entertainment Weekly Hosts Its Annual Comic-Con Party At FLOAT At The Hard Rock Hotel In San Diego In Celebration Of Comic-Con 2015 - Arrivals

'Ready Player One' & 'Armada' Author Ernest Cline Drops Hint on Next Novel

Bestselling author Ernest Cline recently stopped by Reddit to do an AMA with fans. There he answered tons of questions, some seeking to know his favorite Steven Spielberg movies, Rush albums and books as well as his inclination on pop culture.

Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman Goes On Sale

Harper Lee Lost Manuscript Found Again? The Truth Revealed!

"Go Set a Watchman," a recently released novel written by Harper Lee as a follow-up to her mega successful page-turner "To Kill a Mockingbird," was an overnight sensation. The book was apparently a lost manuscript where she first wrote about Atticus Finch.

2015 Sundance Film Festival Portraits - Day 2

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"Z for Zachariah" recently made its way into the big screen. But it wasn't as loyal to its source material written by Robert C. O'Brien back in 1974. While the post-apocalyptic thriller film had nods to certain elements in the book, the differences certainly dominate.

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Authors' Corner: Names Who Passed Away on August 2015

Even authors come and go, but their legacies live through literature.

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