Little, Brown and Company pulls Q.R. Markham's debut novel "Assassin of Secrets" for plagiarism. Find out why Markham did it, straight from the horse's ass' mouth.
Harlequin, the world's biggest publisher of romance novels, is seeking new talent--so they're hosting an online writing conference and a manuscript conference.
Parents at a California elementary school are furious that retired porn star Sasha Grey was allowed to read to their children as part of Read Across America.
HarperCollins will be including ads in their factual books. Would Don Draper approve?
Jerry Sandusky, the assistant football coach from Penn State accused of molesting dozens of boys, has a memoir on Amazon titled "Touched." Just sayin'.
Amanda Hocking has become the second self-published author to sell more than a million eBooks through Amazon.
UK publisher Walker Books has unveiled the digital cover for "Daylight Savings" by Edward Hogan, which changes when you touch it.
Google has announced Google+ Pages, which lets businesses get in on their social networking site--which is great news for writers looking to build their brand.
Acclaimed comic book writer Brian K. Vaughn will be penning the adaptation of Stephen King's "Under the Dome."