- Chad Michael Murray Pens Graphic Novel
November 17 2011 5:11 PM
Celebrities often put out books to expand their brand, but it appears that Chad Michael Murray has bucked the trend somewhat by releasing a graphic novel instead.
- Author Paul Kramer Talks About Controversial Book ‘Maggie Goes on a Diet’
November 17 2011 4:06 PM
IBTimes interview with Paul Kramer.
- Barnes, Duffy Shortlisted for 2011 Costa Book Awards
November 15 2011 10:46 PM
Man Booker Prize winner, Julian Barnes and Britain's poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy are among the shortlisted nominees for this year's Costa Book Awards.
- Did Jane Austen Die From Arsenic Poisoning?
November 15 2011 4:32 PM
Crime novelist Lindsay Ashford believes Jane Austen died from arsenic poisoning.
- Casey Anthony Prosecutor Speaks Out in New Book
November 15 2011 11:24 AM
Jeff Ashton’s Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony was released on Tuesday.
- 'The Hunger Games' Trailer Makes Waves on Twitter, Facebook
November 15 2011 8:36 AM
Fans react to “The Hunger Games” trailer.
- Quidditch World Cup 2011: NYC Tournament Highlights [VIDEO]
November 14 2011 5:19 PM
The International Quidditch Association hosted the fifth annual Quidditch World Cup at Randall's Island in NYC from Nov. 11-13, 2011. Middlebury College won the Harry Potter-inspired tournament Cup after 22 hours of play, featuring almost 100 teams, over 2,000 players, and five different countries. Watch highlights from the finals, learn about the tournament and hear from players.
- Brooklyn Artist Drawing Every Building in New York City [Video]
November 14 2011 4:53 PM
There are about 900,000 buildings in the five boroughs of New York City, the city Department of Buildings predicts, and a lone Brooklyn artist is attempting to draw them all.
- 5 Big Moments From ‘The Hunger Games’ Trailer (WATCH IT HERE!)
November 14 2011 11:55 AM
Best parts of “The Hunger Games” trailer.
- @SororityProblem: How this Delightfully Snarky Tweeter Turned into a Best-Selling Author
November 14 2011 10:37 AM
Armed with her Twitter account, and over 220,000 followers, @SororityProblem is out to conquer the publishing world with her second book, Sucks to Suck the sequel to her first hit novel Sorry I'm Not Sorry. Sorry I'm Not Sorry is currently available for both Kindle and the Nook. Sucks to Suck will be released November 21.
- Can Vampires Have Babies?
November 12 2011 5:25 PM
Breaking Dawn fans are becoming interested in vampire babies, and no wonder. With Edward Cullen and Bella Swan set to have a baby in the next chapter of the Twilight series, fans are wondering just whether vampires are able to procreate with humans.
- Christopher Paolini Book ‘Inheritance’ Beats Out Steve Jobs Bio
November 12 2011 11:36 AM
Christopher Paolini’s book tops Amazon Bestseller list.
- Keith Richards Wins Literary Prize for ‘Life’
November 09 2011 1:13 PM
Keith Richards wins Mailer Prize for his autobiography.
- Kristen Stewart, Ginnifer Goodwin and Other Fresh Takes on Fairy Tale Heroines
November 07 2011 1:58 PM
Kristen Stewart and other fairy tale leads who have stayed away from being damsels in distress.
- No More Vampires for ‘Breaking Dawn’ Author Stephenie Meyer?
November 07 2011 11:11 AM
Meyer said that she may not revisit the subject of vampires in future fiction.
- 'Steve Jobs' Biography Tops Nielsen BookScan Best-seller List
November 05 2011 6:46 AM
Steve Jobs, the biography of the late Apple Inc. co-founder that was released on Oct. 24, became the top U.S. best-seller in its first week on the market.
- Condoleezza Rice Book: 10 Things From 'No Higher Honor'
November 02 2011 6:01 PM
Condoleezza Rice book No Higher Honor released on Nov. 1.
- Chris Matthews Book Reveals Source of Famous JFK Speech
November 02 2011 1:50 PM
Chris Matthews published “Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero.”
- Robert Caro Coming Out with Fourth LBJ Book
November 02 2011 8:57 AM
Journalist and biographer Robert A. Caro is coming out with another LBJ installment.
- U.S. Students Score Low on Math and Reading, Still Achievement Gap in NAEP
November 01 2011 4:22 PM
The 2011 federal exam shows U.S. students still lag behind other countries in math scores despite improvements, while reading scores have dropped. Education Secretary Duncan places blame for low literacy on No Child Left Behind, which encourages test inflation and has failed to close the achievement gap between white and minority students in America.