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.
Janet Evanovich's "Takedown Twenty" ousted John Grisham's "Sycamore Row" to rank number one in this week's Publisher Weekly's best seller list. Grisham's novel dropped down to third spot while King and Maxwell by David Baldacci made it to number two on the list.
After using the same sales tactic for Black Friday, Amazon announced that it will also be releasing new deals every 10 minutes on Cyber Monday.
John Grisham's "Sycamore Row" topped NPR's bestseller list for the third time. "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. Read on to find out which other novels made it to the list this week.
John Grisham's "Sycamore Row" has been ruling Publisher Weekly's bestseller list for weeks now and was placed at number one this week too, a position the novel has held on to for four straight weeks. Read on to find out which other novels made it to the lis this week.
Fifty Shades Of Grey: E.L. James Talks About Casting Controversies And What She Loves About Dakota Johnson
E.L. James, the author of "Fifty Shades of Grey" opened up in a recent interview about the casting controversies surrounding the movie adaptation of the film and what she loves most about Dakota Johnson.
Jamie Dornan gave his first interview since bagging the coveted role of Christian Grey in the movie "Fifty Shades of Grey" revealing his excitement on landing the part.
Stephen King's "Doctor Sleep" was placed at the number one position on this week's Publisher Weekly's bestseller list again.
Stephen King's "Doctor Sleep" retained its number one position on this week's Publisher Weekly's bestseller list. James Patterson's "Gone" entered the list at number two while Nicholas Sparks' "The Longest Ride" dropped down to third spot. Sue Grafton's "W Is for Wasted" also fell to number 3.
Fifty Shades of Grey Casting: Charlie Hunnam Quits, Fans Vouch for Ian Somerhalder for Christian Grey Character
Charlie Hunnam has confirmed that he will not be playing the role of Christian Grey in the movie version of blockbuster erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey." According to current votes Ian Somerhalder is the new fan favorite for the lead role.
Twilight star Peter Facinelli is all set to make his writing debut with a fantasy novel for young adults.
After being placed at the number one spot on Publisher Weekly's bestseller list, Sue Grafton's 'W for Wasted' has also topped the week's New York Times bestseller list. Lee Child's "Never Go Back" came in at number two while JK Rowling's "The Cuckoo's Calling" continued to remain on the list at number three.
Paul Ryan, United States Representative for Wisconsin's 1st congressional district and current chairman of the House Budget Committee has revealed his plans to write a book on the State of Conservatism.
Sue Grafton's "W Is for Wasted" entered Publisher Weekly's bestseller list for the first time this week taking the top position. Lee Child's "Never Go Back: A Jack Reacher Novel" dropped a place from last week to settle at second position with Clive Cussler's "The Mayan Secrets" coming in at number three.