Edan Lepucki appeared on "The Colbert Report" Tuesday night to talk about her debut novel, "California," and thank Colbert and his fans for getting it onto bestseller lists.
In the last few years, Harper Lee has been in the news. She lost her copyright to "To Kill A Mockingbird" and had to sue her former agent to get it back. She sought to block the small museum in her hometown of Monroeville, Ala., from selling "To Kill a Mockingbird"...
We've got months before Valentine's Day 2015, when the film version of E.L. James' "Fifty Shades of Grey" hits screens, but the sneak peeks have begun. The first official trailer is set to debut online Thursday, and in advance there is the teaser trailer, above.
Bill Hillmann wrote about how not to get gored by bulls in Pamplona in "Fiesta: How to Survive the Bulls of Pamplona," then got gored in Pamplona. And yet he plans to return to Spain's annual running of the bulls, he writes in the Washington Post.
Leaked on Wednesday, launched on Friday: Meet Kindle Unlimited, Amazon's e-book subscription service. Think of it as Netflix for e-books.
It is the 77th anniversary of Hunter S. Thompson's birth, and if you are not already lost in the depths of an ether binge, take a moment to remember some of the writer's great works. Thompson was a notorious consumer of drugs and alcohol and creator of chaos, and his particularly...
Weird Al Yankovic has done grammarians a great favor with his new song "Word Crimes." A parody of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," it whips through a series of common errors with the exasperation of a good copy editor.
Amazon is trying out a new e-book subscription service for its Kindle users, reports Laura Hazard Owen at GigaOm.