6 hrs ago
The Book Reader: Books Still Cover Gender's Judge Factor
Andrew Losowsky of The Huffington Post reports for NY1 on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in "The Book Reader."
10 hrs ago
Daniel Radcliffe to be a Bond villain?
The 23-year-old actor doesn't think he has the charm to play James Bond - a fictional, suave British Secret Service agent, currently embodied by Daniel Craig - but would try his hand at playing one of his nemeses instead.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Richard Kay: Harry Potter star Rupert hits 8m jackpot
When an impoverished J.K. Rowling sat in the back room of an Edinburgh cafe scribbling the first drafts of Harry Potter, she could scarcely have guessed the avalanche of cash the books would generate.
Cinema Blend News
Divergent's Veronica Roth Writing More Stories From Four's Perspective
First-person narration can often be the most intimate way for a reader to connect with the story's protagonist.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Experimental ebook DRM tweaks text to trace piracy
A new form of ebook Digital Rights Management in development shows just how far the book industry is willing to go to stop piracy.
Emma Watson set to reunite with Harry Potter producer for Game of Thrones-style movie
Former Harry Potter star Emma Watson has reportedly signed up for another Warner Bros film that might just be the studio's answer to the end of JK Rowling's magical franchise.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Pensacola News Journal
Best in class 2013
* Favorite books: "This Lullaby" by Sarah Dessen, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" by J.K. Rowling.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Emma Watson Signs on for a New Fantasy Series from 'Harry Potter' Producer
It's natural to wonder what the starring Harry Potter trio of Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are working on now that their wonderful wizarding days are over.
Author Dan Brown draws fans at book signing
Surely one of author Dan Brown's biggest local fans has to be Russ Ilg of Townsend, Mass.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The Fresno Bee
Fiala on Ethics: Dan Brown's 'Inferno' raises ethical questions,...
Would you be willing to destroy half of humanity in order to save the human species from going extinct? Would it be acceptable to involuntarily sterilize people in an effort to prevent overpopulation? Those are the central questions of Dan Brown's new novel, "Inferno."
The really Great Escape
I confess that I dog-ear pages in hardback books, though only with books I own. I crack spines too and sometimes the books get wet when I read them in the bathtub.
Harry Potter site Pottermore launches platform to work with other brands
Interactive Harry Potter site Pottermore.com has launched an offshoot business to work with other brands.
From Fiction to the Dictionary: Nine Made-Up Words That Have Entered the Lexicon
New words, or neologisms, are created because they fill a gap in language or describe something that has never before been described.
Inferno: the lovechild of Wikipedia and Malthus
The latest Dan Brown blockbuster, Inferno , tempts me to ridicule its pretentious cultural references, its cardboard characters, and its insipid prose.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
The Star Online
All about kids action in House of Secrets
Three siblings get sucked into a fictional world of mashed-up books where they must find a tome of great power in order to get back home.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Two Days I'll Never Get Back
Let me get one thing out of the way: Inferno , Dan Brown's newest novel, is not good.
Christian Science Monitor
Do kids today shy away from challenging books?
Fans of the 'Twilight' series by Stephenie Meyer set up tents to camp out before the premiere of the last film in the movie series, 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2.' Thanks to a bevy of modern hits like the " Harry Potter ," " Hunger Games ," and "Twilight" series , young adult and teen literature is thriving today, leaving parents, ... (more)
Inferno by Dan Brown - Book Review
Dan Brown's Inferno is a high adventure story that includes perhaps the greatest lesson so far for humanity and our planet.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Scholastic Celebrates 15 Years of Harry Potter
Fifteen years after J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone first graced U.S. bookshelves, Scholastic is touting some impressive numbers.
Benigni, hinted for 'Inferno' role, invites Brown to show
Florence, June 10 - Roberto Benigni said Thursday he hoped bestselling novelist Dan Brown comes to one his live shows since he is interested in casting the Oscar-winning performer in an adaptation of his new book 'Inferno'.