Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio Gets Book Deal
December 07 2011 11:28 PM EST
Florida senator Marco Rubio has sealed the deal for a book, which is scheduled for publication next fall.
Queen Elizabeth Biography to Unveil the Woman and Monarch
December 06 2011 4:21 PM EST
A biography on Queen Elizabeth II will give an intimate look at the British woman and monarch, including her courtship and marriage to Prince Philip.
Apple 'iTV' Will Feature Siri, A6 Processor, and Come in Three Sizes
December 06 2011 9:59 AM EST
Apple's revolutionary television set will reportedly come in three different sizes and feature the company's voice recognition software Siri, as well as a faster processor.
Amanda Knox Hires Lawyer to Explore Book Deals
December 05 2011 6:21 PM EST
Amanda Knox, who was cleared of murder charges and freed in October after being imprisoned in Italy for four years, has hired a lawyer to help her shop book deals.
No Books at Home for 1 in 3 British Children: Study
December 05 2011 2:30 PM EST
A study has found that approximately one-third of British children do not have their own books at home.
Taylor Armstrong of 'Real Housewives' Writing a Book
December 03 2011 3:29 PM EST
Taylor Armstrong, cast member of the reality-TV show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, is writing a tell-all book about her relationship with her late husband, Russell.
Breaking Dawn Part 2: Five Things to Look Forward To
December 03 2011 11:23 AM EST
The good news is that Breaking Dawn: Part 1 was a hit with Twi-hards and is still making waves in theaters and breaking box office records. The bad news is that Breaking Dawn: Part 2 doesn't come out until November 2012.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn Book Talks About Incident with Maid
December 01 2011 4:26 PM EST
Dominique Strauss-Kahn biographer Michel Taubmann has written a book he claims gives the French politician's side of the story.
Barnes & Noble Shares Fall Sharply on Declining Retail Sales
December 01 2011 3:49 PM EST
Shares of Barnes & Noble fell more than 16 percent as the New York-based company posted a $6.6 million loss in the fiscal second quarter due to sagging book sales, resulting in a loss of 17 cents a share.
Oscar Wilde Tomb is All Clean [PHOTOS]
December 01 2011 10:33 AM EST
The tomb of Irish writer Oscar Wilde is no longer a place to lay kisses. The cleaned and renovated tomb, located in Paris, was unveiled Wednesday. A glass wall has been erected around the tomb in an effort to keep it in tip-top condition.
Superman Comic Book Sells for Super Amount
December 01 2011 9:05 AM EST
How much would you pay to own Superman’s first comic book appearance?
Ron Paul Comes Out with Cookbook, and It’s Not His First!
November 30 2011 3:29 PM EST
It may seem strange that presidential hopeful Ron Paul would release a cookbook during his campaign, but he's done this sort of thing before.
Book Aims to Teach Young Native Americans about Type 2 Diabetes
November 30 2011 1:39 PM EST
A new youth novel aims to teach Native American children about type 2 diabetes, a disease that strikes adults and has become epidemic among the community.
Holiday Shopping 2011: 'Hunger Games' and 7 Other Box Sets for Book Lovers
November 29 2011 12:47 PM EST
The winter holidays are right around the corner, and this could be a good opportunity to help a book lover get into a new series -- or two.
‘Angry Birds’ Maker Rovio Rejected Zynga Acquisition Worth $2.25 Billion
November 28 2011 3:39 PM EST
Zynga reportedly attempted to buy Rovio, the makers of Angry Birds, for $2.25 billion, but were rejected. Is this a warning sign for Zynga?
American Library Association: Leave Occupy Wall Street Books Alone! (VIDEO)
November 28 2011 11:47 AM EST
The American Library Association has denounced the dismantling the Occupy Wall Street library.
Kevin Mitnick Talks Celebrity Hacking, Common Mistakes, and Tips for the Average Joe
November 26 2011 3:03 PM EST
Q&A with Kevin Mitnick, the author of Ghost in the Wires: My Adventures as the World's Most Wanted Hacker, about celebrity hacking, common mistakes and online protection tips for the average Joe
Amazon Kindle Cutoff by Penguin Books Angers Librarians
November 22 2011 5:20 PM EST
Amazon Kindle users can no longer borrow electronic versions of Penguin books at libraries, a move that's drawn the ire of the American Library Association.
Michelle Obama: From Childhood Obesity to Poetry
November 22 2011 9:48 AM EST
Michelle Obama is known for her efforts to combat childhood obesity, but on Monday she announced a different kind of program: poetry.
‘Breaking Dawn’ Author Talks ‘The Host’ Movie
November 21 2011 4:29 PM EST
Breaking Dawn: Part 1 is still making waves after its weekend premiere, but the film adaptation of another Stephenie Meyer novel - The Host - is on the way.