News by Joshua Chaplinsky
June's selection for the LitReactor Book Club is 'They Don't Dance Much' by James Ross. Read here for details on how you can participate in the discussion.
In a bid to make their tablets more commercially viable, Barnes & Noble have taken the step of adding access to hundreds of thousands of apps, games, movies, TV shows and more through Google Play.
Love Game of Thrones/A Song of Fire and Ice? Waiting at the edge of your seat for the next installment? Well I have good news and bad news for you...
The Da Vinci Code author's latest work is shrouded in mystery. There's a reason for that.
Paper books are still alive and well, but a new documentary called ‘Out of Print’ about the death of eBooks and paper books debuted last week at Tribeca.
The man's always been an oddball in Hollywood blockbuster-maker's clothes. His latest project is no exception.
A Michigan parent has filed a formal complaint with the school district on the grounds that passages of the diary of a young Jewish girl during the Holocaust are ‘inappropriate’.
A.A. Milne was widely considered a pacifist, but newly uncovered documents suggest he was recruited to a military propaganda group charged with putting a positive spin on the war at home in Britain.
The mystery author has partnered with New Regency to develop sequel stories to his acclaimed novel/film adaptation.