News by Hanna Brooks Olsen February 9, 2012
Hell hath no fury like a librarian scorned. But cash-strapped California is willing to take their chances, so they've cut funding to their public libraries.
News by John Jarzemsky January 25, 2012
John Hinckley Jr. is looking to gain more freedom, but two secret service agents observed some "odd" behavior in the past year at the local Barnes & Noble...
News by Rob Hart January 10, 2012
Newt Gingrich, who has been friendly to climate change issues in the past, has stirred up controversy with his next book, by cutting out a chapter by a contributor--and not telling her directly.
News by Rob Hart November 7, 2011
During a speech in Kansas last week, George W. Bush said people were shocked to hear he was writing a memoir--because some people think he's illiterate
News by Brandon Tietz October 27, 2011
Striking while the iron's hot, OR Books is set to take Occupy Wall Street to print.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky October 22, 2011
LitReactor members make their opinions known when it comes to politics, editorializing, and gossipy news posts.
News by Brandon Tietz October 20, 2011
U.S. Troops aren't taking kindly to a donation of the new Bill O'Reilly book.
News by Rob Hart October 18, 2011
Herman Cain is his own biggest fan- his campaign has spent $36,000 on his books, which may have helped him land a spot on the New York Times Best Seller List
News by Tina Estlin Page October 5, 2011
The Occupy Wall Street Protest: Now with the WGAE and The People's Library (not yet a wrestling move, but there's potential)