Aronofsky's Noah

Aronofsky's Epic Biblical Adaptation Becomes A Graphic Novel

October 21, 2011 (12) comments
Director Darren Aronofsky's big budget "Noah" script has been released as a graphic novel in France.
Book Sales

3 of the Big 6 to Provide Sales Data to Authors

News by Brandon Tietz
October 21, 2011 (2) comments
The Big 6 were notorious for making sales virtually unavailable to their authors, but in the wake of Amazon's publishing endeavor, half of them are changing their tune.
Kobo Announces New Tablet, The Vox

Kobo Enters The Tablet Wars With Vox

News by Rob Hart
October 20, 2011 (5) comments
Kobo enters the tablet wars with the Vox, which they're positioning as a rival to the Kindle Fire
Bill O'reilly on fire

Bill O'Reilly's On Fire

News by Brandon Tietz
October 20, 2011 (15) comments
U.S. Troops aren't taking kindly to a donation of the new Bill O'Reilly book.
Celebrate National Day On Writing

Celebrate National Day On Writing

News by Rob Hart
Today is National Day on Writing, and you can celebrate by partaking in activities sponsored by the National Writing Project
Van Gogh Tyson

Perhaps Van Gogh Didn't Kill Himself

News by Brandon Tietz
October 19, 2011 (4) comments
New evidence suggests celebrated artist Vincent van Gogh didn't actually kill himself.
Sense of An Ending

Julian Barnes Wins The Man Booker Prize Amidst Bookish "Readability" Controversy

October 19, 2011 (2) comments
The Man Booker Prize goes to Julian Barnes for his novel "The Sense of An Ending."
Herman Cain's campaign spent $36,000 to buy copies of the candidate's books

Herman Cain Spends $36,000 In Campaign Funds To Buy His Own Books

News by Rob Hart
October 18, 2011 (11) comments
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
Tyra Gollum

The Stress of Writing A Bestselling YA Fantasy Novel Gave Tyra Banks Alopecia

News by Brandon Tietz
October 18, 2011 (24) comments
Tyra Banks wrote a book that made the New York Time's bestseller's list, and no, hell has not froze over, but she did start to lose her hair.
Bram Stoker's private journal found

Bram Stoker's Private Journal Discovered In Attic

News by Rob Hart
Bram Stoker's journal has been discovered, offering a new perspective on the famously-private author of Dracula.