Author Neil Gainman has turned the graduation speech about "good art" he gave at Philadelphia's University of the Arts into his latest novel.
Even before its release, bestsellers predicted that Dan Brown's new novel "Inferno" will be this year's top-selling novel.
Elizabeth Strout's "The Burgess Boys" takes top position again on NPR's Bestsellers' list for the first week since its release.
An independent Australian bookseller has announced a "Kindle Amnesty", where it urges people to throw away their Amazon Kindle devices.
Fred Hiatt's new novel "Nine Days" is based on a true life story which tells the tale of a fight for freedom.
Debbie Macomber's "Starting Now" takes top position on New York Time's Bestsellers' list for the first week since its release.
Neil Gaiman urges prominent figures of the book industry to start trying new things, even if it means making mistakes, to cater to the changing "digital frontier"
Fans and journalists stayed up all nightjust to get a copy of writer Haruki Murakami's latest novel, details of which have been kept a secret.
Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl" drops to the third spot on NPR's Bestsellers' list after completing 42 weeks on the list.
J. R. Ward's Novel "Lover at Last" took the No. 1 spot for the first week on Publishers Weekly's bestseller list, which was released Thursday.
Elizabeth Olsen continues to remain one of the public's favorites in casting polls to play the role of Anastasia Steele in the movie version of "Fifty Shades of Grey".
The "strong" shortlist of authors contending for the Wodehouse prize for comic fiction has been revealed.
The Guardian reports that booksellers worldwide have predicted that Hillary Clinton's unpublished memoir could be the biggest book of the year.
The much-awaited Random House and Penguin merger finally receives the approval of the European Union Commission.
Gillian Flynn's "Gone Girl" completes 41 weeks on NPR's Best-Sellers List and holds on to number one position on the list for four weeks in a row.