Random House has announced that it will be releasing "Black Crown", a free-to-play online game next month.
Country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, father of teenage diva Miley Cyrus, has released his memoir "Hillbilly Heart", where he talks about his success, his daughter, and past scandals.
Debbie Macomber's Novel 'Starting Now' took the No. 1 spot for the first week on Publishers Weekly's bestseller list, which was released Thursday.
Writer Kathryn Joyce Explores Impact of the Evangelical Movement on the Adoption Industry in New Book
Writer Kathryn Joyce explores the evangelical movement on the adoption industry in her new book "The Child Catchers: Rescue, Trafficking and the New Gospel of Adoption"
The two winners of the first Guardian Hot Key Books Young Writers prize have landed themselves with a $15,500 book deal each to print their unpublished book.
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"
The Women's Prize for Fiction award of 2013 shortlist has been revealed with Hilary Mantel topping the list of the 6 shortlisted authors.
Barnes & Noble's subsidiary NOOK Media LLC has announced that the new Pinterest application will now be available on its NOOK devices.
Simon & Schuster has announced the introduction of its one-year pilot e-book lending program which will begin in partnership with New York Public Libraries.
Kate Atkinson's "Life After Life" takes top position on NPR's Bestsellers' list for the first week since its release.
Plaintiff booksellers filed a motion urging the court not to dismiss the earlier e-book lawsuit filed against Amazon and six other major publishing houses.
'Fifty Shades of Grey' and 'Captain Underpants' Top US Library Association 's Annual 'Challenged Books' List
Dav Pilkey's children's book "Captain Underpants" and E.L. James' erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey top US Library Association's Annual 'Challenged Books' List.
Marina Chapman, who claims she was brought up by monkeys, has released a memoir titled "The Girl With No Name", which details her life in a Colombian jungle.
A petition asking Amazon to allow Welsh language eBooks to be read on its Kindle e-reader devices has received over 2,000 supporters.
Daniel Handler has revived the Snicket narrator from his previous 13-volume young adult series "A Series of Unfortunate Events" in his new novel "Who Could That Be at This Hour?"