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Paul Theroux's New Book Tells Stories of the South

Paul Theroux's New Book "Deep South" has been received with mixed reviews from critics.

20th Anniversary Of First Online Sale

Harriet Klausner, Woman Who Reviewed 31,014 Books on Amazon, Dies

Her final book review was posted three days before her death.

The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

Lionsgate Plans to Turn 'Kingkiller Chronicle' Fantasy Books Into Film, TV Series & Video Game

Lionsgate has acquired "The Kingkiller Chronicles" by Patrick Rothfuss in a multiplatform deal.

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KirKus Announces 2015 Finalists for $50000 Book Prizes

The winning authors from each category are to receive $50000, which makes it among the most highly generous literary awards.

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.

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'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.

Chelsea Clinton And Jimmy Kimmel Join ServiceNation In Launching Serve A Year At 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' Studios

Chelsea Clinton's Book 'It's Your World' Aims to Battle Planet's Biggest Problems

"It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going" is due Sept. 15 on bookstores.

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Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava 2015: Laura Carlin Wins With 'The Iron Man' & 'A World of Your Own'

Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava (BIB for short), the prime award-giving body for children's books, has chosen U.K. illustrator Laura Carlin as the overall winner for this year. Her illustrated books "The Iron Man" written by Ted Hughes and "A World of Your Own" ultimately won her the prize.

Stephen King Promotes 'Under The Dome' At Wal-Mart

President Obama to Award 'It' Author Stephen King With National Medal of Arts

The master of horror Stephen King will be awarded the National Medal of Arts tomorrow. US president Barack Obama himself will personally bestow the prestigious accolade to the acclaimed author of the most notable and celebrated horror fiction titles the likes of "It" and "Carrie" in the White House.

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.

'The Girl on the Train' Book Cover

US' Most Popular Books in Public Libraries Mapped Out by Quartz

Two books dominated the charts: Paula Hawkins' "The Girl on the Train" and Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman".

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.

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Thriller Book List: 5 Most Terrifying Titles for Horror & Suspense Lovers

Imagining the dark, thrilling scenes through print can be even more terrifying than watching them.

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2

Top 5 Sci-Fi Film Adaptations Coming This Fall

Most of sci-fi films this season are film adaptation of famous books.

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."

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