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JK Rowling Is Writing More Harry Potter, Here Are The Details image
J.K. Rowling is set to deliver fans a bit more Harry Potter. This Halloween, fans will get to know one of the Harry Potter series' most wickedest witches, Dolores Jane Umbridge. Rowling is reportedly set to write a story about the temporary professor and Ministry of Magic Senior Undersecretary, which will be released October 31.
Kelly West 2014-10-24
Did JK Rowling Just Finish Another Book? Here's What She Says image
J.K. Rowling's Twitter has been pretty quiet since earlier this month when she had Harry Potter fans buzzing about her tricky anagram, which offered a clue about the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them feature adaptation.
Kelly West 2014-10-22
Neil Patrick Harris' Autobiography Has The Most Legendary Cover Art, Title And Format Possible image
Neil Patrick Harris is awesome, so why shouldn't his autobiography as well? One look at the cover -- or title, for that matter -- of Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography should give you a pretty good indication of the format the How I Met Your Mother star took with his memoir...
Kelly West 2014-10-21
This Is How The Fault In Our Stars Author Reacted To His Book Being Banned  image
Some books are a bit too mature for middle school, but does John Green's The Fault In Our Stars apply? According to six of the seven people in California's Riverside Unified School District's book reconsideration committee, it does, as the novel, which centers on a terminally ill teen who falls in love was banned by the Riverside, California school system's middle school library.
Kelly West 2014-09-26
Harry Potter Tops List Of 100 Books That Have Stayed With Us image
Facebook users have apparently been participating in a trending status update that asks readers to list the ten books that have stayed with them. Facebook compiled the data submitted and came up with 100 books that top the list. Holding the #1 spot is J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. That's followed by To Kill A Mockingbird, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
Kelly West 2014-09-09
Two Flowers In The Attic Spinoff Novels Planned, Titled Christopher's Diary image
We probably have Lifetime to thank for bringing Flowers in the Attic a bit closer to the forefront of pop culture than it was in previous years. The cable network aired a TV Movie adaptation of the popular V.C. Andrews novel, and later this month, they'll air the followup, Petals on the Wind. So it doesn't come as a complete surprise that we'd hear news of not one but two planned spinoff novels in the works.
Kelly West 2014-05-15
Warm Bodies Sequel Novel Will Be Weird And Much Longer Than The First Book image
Warm Bodies author Isaac Marion played a prank on his fans last week, posting a phony description of the sequel he's been working on for the zombie story for quite a while now. And then a couple of days later, he made amends by offering up a couple of tidbits about what he's really planning for the follow-up, including the expected length of the book.
Kelly West 2014-04-09
Wait, Harvard Has At Least 3 Books Bound In Human Skin? image
The history of cinema is filled with a lot of weird books. There’s the one from Evil Dead, the one with the creepy eye from Hocus Pocus, the one from Knights Of Badassdom. The list goes on and on, but apparently, none of that literary creepiness can compete with what lies inside the walls of the Harvard University Libraries.
Mack Rawden 2014-04-02
Check Out This Fantastic Model Based On James Blish's The Star Dwellers Book Cover image
Models are not my thing in particular, at least not as a collector. Still, this piece of work by Grant Louden based on the cover art of James Blish’s The Star Dwellers novel is spectacular. I have been in the presence of a full scale Tardis replica, as well as a scale model of Serenity that was so detailed it could have been used to film a scene with.
Steve West 2014-01-29
Stephen King's 5 Best Lead Characters image
With over sixty novels, and countless characters, Stephen King has created the imaginary worlds of our lives. So much of modern make believe is informed by King’s creations, and invariably we are affected by these scribblings of words on paper. The fake men and women who are tested remain with us long after we close the book.
Steve West 2014-01-22
Amazon's Top Books Of 2013 List: How Many Have You Read? image
Need help figuring out what to read next? Amazon released their list of Best Books of 2013, a selection of 100 “editors’ picks” as well as Top 20 lists in over two dozen categories, from Children’s & Teen to Cookbooks to Celebrity Picks. And nothing says “fill up your Kindle with all of these books” better than the helpful (free) guide Amazon has made available for all U.S. customers.
Kelly West 2013-11-08
Check Out This Map That Shows The Most Famous Book Set In Each State image
The setting of a great book can prove to be just as memorable and relevant as anything else in the story. So when we consider the most famous book set in every state, it's actually not all that difficult to guess some of them. For example, Maine would probably be something Stephen King, right? And if you guessed The Great Gatsby for New York, you'd be correct. What about good-old Washington? I'll give you a hint: Think vampires.
Kelly West 2013-10-16
Divergent Book 3: Allegiant Preorders Outselling The Hunger Games Series Conclusion image
Popularity of a book doesn't automatically translate to box office success. For example, young adults seem to love Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments series, but that didn't do much for the film's opening box office, and the planned sequel has since been put on hold.
Kelly West 2013-10-09
Author Tom Clancy Has Died image
It it's with great sadness that we share reports that author Tom Clancy has died. It sounds like this news is unconfirmed -- officially anyway -- but multiple sites are reporting the news that the author has died at the age of 66. Clancy's biggest claim to fame is the surely the Jack Ryan series of novels, a number of which have been adapted to film over the years, with numerous A-list stars portraying the character, Alec Baldwin and Harrison Ford among them.
Kelly West 2013-10-02
J.J. Abrams And Doug Dorst's Novel S. Gets A Strange New Trailer image
In this day and age of viral marketing, it rarely takes the internet very long to unravel a mystery that wants to be unraveled. Such was the case for the mysterious Bad Robot trailer that made its way online last month, leaving fans wondering what J.J. Abrams had up his sleeve. Soon after, people began to put the pieces together and it seemed all but certain that the mystery trailer was related to S., an upcoming book created by Abrams, written by Doug Dorst.
Kelly West 2013-09-11
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