John Wiley and Sons, publishers of the popular "For Dummies" series, have filed a lawsuit against 27 BitTorrent users.
In a unique fundraising effort, ten leading crime authors are competing for the right to have a morgue named after them in Scotland
HarperCollins had just acquired Thomas Nelson, a company specializing in inspirational and religious books.
A pediatric gastroenterologist from Israel undertook a study to examine the relative health of our bathroom reading habits, and the results may shock you (but probably won't).
National Novel Writing Month, a.k.a. NaNoWriMo, starts today, a competition that encourages people to write 50,000 words by the end of the month
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
It's that time of the month again! Actually, it's the first time we've reached the end of a month. It's LitReactor's One-Monthiversery, and we have a very special segment of Recapper to share!
Utilizing the magic of science and logic, a UC Berkley scientist says that eBooks do add additional weight to your eReader--on the atomic level
JK Rowling has revealed that she nearly killed Ron Weasley halfway through the Harry Potter series out of 'spite.'
Vampire Queen Anne Rice has sparked quite a bit of discussion on her Facebook page about the sparkly nature of vampires.