I'll go out on a thin limb here and say we are all familiar with John Lennon.
John Green, our beloved patron saint of stirring young adult fiction, is a voracious reader. I don't understand how the man has time for anything, let alone the thousands of books that occupy his home library.
Sunday began the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, which will come to an end tonight. This holiday, the first of the Jewish High Holy Days, marks the beginning of the Jewish New Year.
The Indie publishers known as Canongate, Faber, and Profile/ Serpent's Tail are releasing a podcast every two weeks to celebrate authors, bookshops and independent publishing! The podcast will be called "Read Like a Writer" and will be hosted by journalist Anna Fielding.
Just this past weekend, during the annual thriller-writers conference, Thrillerfest, authors R.L. Stine, Lee Child, David Morrell, Heather Graham, and George R.R.
Joan Didion is more than just an author; she's an icon. She is an essayist, novelist, journalist, and everything in between. Didion is one of the most famous authors of all time.
Officially dubbed 'Pinterest-worthy' by the internet, home improvement television star Joanna Gaines threw the perfect bookish baby shower this past weekend. Complete with larger than life books, watercolor centerpieces made from old books, and actual books themselves lining shelves.
You know that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach as you're nearing the end of a really good book; that growing sense of excitement to see how it all unfolds, that thrill of feeling so deeply invested in a life other than your own, and that impending, dark-cloud feeling of "o
Whether you're an aspiring writer, an avid reader, or none of the above you can't help but admit the power and influence the written word has on us all. Writing can be cathartic, informative, distracting, devastating, connecting, and everything in-between.
Winner of a multitude of literary prizes including the Pulitzer, Man Booker, and two National Book Awards, Philip Roth has died at 85. His death ending an era in American literature.