After releasing her first book, Pippa Middleton will reportedly write a cookery column for British supermarket chain Waitrose.
Gerbrand Bakker's "Ten White Geese" tells the story of a woman who craves for solitude, which she discovers is impossible to find in current times.
After basing his first two books on the assassinations of two U.S. presidents, Bill O'Reilly now takes up the killing of Jesus in his next book
Graeme Simsion's debut novel "The Rosie Project" is being touted to be a best seller even before it has been published and the author has already received $1.82 million in advance for the book.
Three independent US bookshops have accused Amazon and six other major publishing houses of creating an e-book monopoly which is destroying other booksellers.
Dr. Sam Parnia, a critical care doctor and director of resuscitation research at the Stony Brook University School of Medicine addresses the topic of resuscitation in his new book "Erasing Death: The Science That Is Rewriting the Boundaries Between Life and Death."
The shortlist of contenders competing for this year's Diagram Prize for the oddest book title has been revealed.
Jake Tapper, a White House correspondent for ABC News said he covered the war in Afghanistan from the "comfort of the North Lawn of the White House." However, after his son was born, he caught a live report on television on the attack on Combat Outpost Keating. His new novel "The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor" is the result of curiosity that led to correspondent to learn more about the attack. He shares some of his experiences with NPR.
The digital form of Late Author Ray Bradbury's Ebooks will finally be available in UK, reports The Guarding.
Emily Bazelon has written her latest book "Sticks and Stones" which talks about the bullying she experienced during her childhood.
Poet Richard Blanco was to be President Barack Obama's inaugural poet for the year 2013 and reveals the honor that was given to him felt like he "was home finally."
BBC announced Monday that for its next project it has taken up a six-part adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace".
A new James Bond novel set in 'the classic era of 1969' and written by spy novelist William Boyd is slated for release this September.
Jonathan Cott, who shared a long professional and personal relationship with The Beatles' John Lennon, remembers the time he spent with the legendary singer and his wife Yoko Ono in his new book "Days That I'll Remember: Spending with John Lennon and Yoko Ono."
Tanis Rideout's new novel "Above All Things" explores the possibilities of what might have happened during George Mallory's last Mount Everest quest along with a heart-wrenching story about the relationship between Mallory and his with Ruth.