The American Family Association put big-box bookseller Barnes & Noble on their annual "naughty" list because their holiday ads say "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas."
HBO has just locked down the rights to Josh Bazell's debut novel, 'Beat the Reaper,' with DiCaprio to serve as executive produce.
George Whitman, the founder of Shakespeare and Company in Paris, a bookstore that served as a haven to writers, died Wednesday at the age of 98.
With the popularity of eReaders on the rise, so are eBook scams. Here's some tips from the Better Business Bureau on how to avoid them.
Two Twitter news items for the price of one: The social media network is finally providing embed codes for tweets, plus a cool new marketing opportunity.
Despite fears that eReaders would gouge print book sales this holiday season, book stores are actually showing higher profits compared to last year.
Jerusalem District Court rules that 'Sotah' author Naomi Ragen stole material from Sarah Shapiro.
Amazon released their list of the top 10 sellers for 2011, and leading the pack is 'Steve Jobs' by Walter Isaacson--though two self-published books made the cut, too.
After all the hype about the Kindle Fire being a game-changer in the tablet arena, the reviews so far indicate otherwise.