Books

On Thursday, the best-selling author pledged $500,000 to a new campaign: #SaveIndieBookstores.
The hilarious author talks about her new book of essays, surviving the pandemic and how to write about race, gender and bowels at the same time.
Including a new Marie Kondo book that’s all about organizing your work life.
"Stay the f**k at home," the film star urges in a hilarious new story by Adam Mansbach.
In "You Can't F*ck Up Your Kids," author Lindsay Powers details expert-approved tips for putting an end to bad behavior.
The country music superstar is launching "Goodnight with Dolly," a 10-week video series on behalf of her Imagination Library.
Vanessa Springora's “Consent” is also being hailed by child-protection activists as a possible watershed moment for France.
HuffPost has a first look at the cover for "The Bridge," due out in September.
The latest Oprah's Book Club pick by Jeanine Cummins, a white woman, has been widely criticized for stereotypical depictions of Mexicans and migration.
"The industry is its own best satire in a lot of ways," says startup vet Anna Wiener.
Her tales of women triumphing over danger made her one of the world’s most popular writers.
The horror author said he believes "judgments of creative excellence should be blind" but that the Hollywood game is still "rigged in favor of the white folks.”
Novelist Paulo Coelho told AP he's deleting the draft of the book he wrote with Bryant "because it didn’t make any sense to publish without him" and it “wouldn’t add anything relevant to him or his family."
John Robert Allman's "A Is for Audra" celebrates Patti LuPone, Idina Menzel, Barbra Streisand and more.
The president cared more that Jan. 20 marked the third anniversary of his inauguration than the commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.
New York Republican Elise Stefanik was flooded with mocking responses.
These books will help your kid understand the disease, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.
Wurtzel, who had breast cancer, gave new breath to the memoir and was a new voice for those struggling with clinical depression and addiction.
Fraud involving the former mayor's "Healthy Holly" books generated more than $850,000, prosecutors said.