Robert Jordan's "A Memory of Light" Remains On Top Position Of Best-Sellers List For The Third Week in A Row
Robert Jordan's novel "A Memory of Light" holds on to the No. 1 spot for the third week on Publishers Weekly's best-seller list which was released on Thursday. Brad Meltzer's 'Fifth Assassin" makes it to the list for the first week at the second spot.
Author Susan Jacoby tells the story of a man who gave up politics to preach religion in her new novel The Great Agnostic: Robert Ingersoll and American Freethought.
David Esterly's 'The Lost Carving: A Journey to the Heart of Making, Tells The Story of A Life Changing Experience for Him
In his new book "The Lost Carving: A Journey to the Heart of Making" David Esterly tells the story of how Grinling Gibbons' art of wood carving changed his life.
In the novel "The Queen of Katwe: A Story of Life, Chess and One Extraordinary Girl's Dream of Becoming a Grandmaster," Tim Crothers tells the story of how Phiona Mutesi, teenager living in Katwe, the biggest and possibly toughest slum in Uganda's capital city becomes the queen of chess.
Jared Diamond's The World Until Yesterday: The Modern World Could Learn A Lot From Traditional Societies
Through his book "The World Until Yesterday", Jared Diamond says that the modern world could learn a thing or two from traditional societies, conflict resolution being one of them.
Laina Dawes Talks About A Black Woman's Experience In Metal Music World In Her Book What Are You Doing Here?: A Black Woman's Life and Liberation in Heavy Metal
Laina Dawes' "What Are You Doing Here?: A Black Woman's Life and Liberation in Heavy Metal" details Dawes' experiences in metal music being a black woman.
Lawyer James Kimmel Jr. writes his debut novel "The Trial of Fallen Angels" after feeling torn between his job and his religious beliefs. The lawyer turned author speaks to Reuters about his new book and beliefs:
John Grisham's latest novel, "The Racketeer," held on to the No. 1 spot for yet another week on Publishers Weekly's best-seller list which was released on Thursday.
An edition of Aristotle's "Compleat Master-Piece" which was banned in the 18th century will now auctioned for sale at Edinburgh auction house Lyon and Turnbull.
Krysten Ritter is the latest contender who is reported gunning for the lead role in the movie adaptation of E.L. James' "Fifty Shades Of Grey."
According to a survey conducted by online portal Geekdad, readers have voted the opening lines of "The Hobbit" to be the top among the 10 best opening lines of Fantasy and Science-fiction Literary works of 2012.
While author Juliann Garey's latest 'Too Bright to Hear Too Loud to See' novel has been called a work of fiction, the author clarifies that not everything about the novel is fiction
An online retailer study by Foresee has reported that while Amazon continues to top the list for customer satisfaction for the eighth year in a row, Apple did not make it to the top 5 slots this year.
Resident Elizabeth Page Gretz has written a guide book on Naperville that could be a Bible for people visiting the place for the first time.
NASA has announced the release of two new and free e-books that are about the Hubble Space Telescope and its not-yet-launched successor.