Aking, a candidate for Senate in 2012, is publishing a memoir about his "political assassination."
Robb Pearlman's Star Trek parody of "Dick and Jane: has already racked up more than 25,000 orders.
P&P will be the first independent bookstore to sell books at the annual festival, which is on Aug. 30 this year.
Q&A with Alastair Bonnett, author of "Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies"
The Folger Library is preparing to send the most important collection of Shakespeare's plays all across the nation.
Downtown Books in Manteo, N.C., took in eight inches of water, but it's open today.
His debut novel explores the tension between individual rights and collective responsibilities.
"Five Days at Memorial" explores the criminal treatment of New Orleans hospital patients in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
Riverhead Books has designed and built three tiny book-swap stations to place around the country.
Romance author Sarah MacLean and Book World editor Ron Charles discuss summer reading, beach read and romance novels.