A group of Californians have filed a lawsuit against the cyclist and his publisher, claiming his “books should never have been sold as works of non-fiction”.
It appears Marvel is ‘courting’ the comedic stars for roles in the 2014 film to be directed by James Gunn.
A group of diehard fans, describing themselves as “Michael Jackson’s Rapid Response Team to Media Attacks”, has attacked Randall Sullivan’s new biography of the King of Pop via his Amazon page.
From Page To Screen: Ron Howard to Direct ‘Graveyard Book’; David Fincher, ‘Gone Girl’; and James Franco, ‘American Tabloid’
A flurry of new film adaptations: Neil Gaiman’s ‘Graveyard Book', Gillian Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’, and James Ellroy’s ‘American Tabloid’.
With Bloomsbury (publisher of the Harry Potter books) reporting improved margins and higher eBook sales, it poses the question: why aren’t authors seeing more money as a result?
In a new move for the industry, magazine publisher Hearst has partnered with Apple to release the digital versions of its titles before print versions are available.
The sign saying the cyclist’s books would be moved to the fiction section in a Sydney library was not ‘officially sanctioned’.
According to a friend of the writer, Plath didn’t want the book published under her real name while Aurelia Plath was still alive.
Libraries in Scotland have turned to novel ways to get people to borrow books.
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