Learn more about the writer/musician's first book, which gets a sequel later this year.
Halfway to record set by E.L. James
The Olympian and a war hero is the subject of the book, which jumped 81 spots on best-seller list.
Published in 1993, 'The Giver' anticipated today's young-adult dystopian trend.
Author Erika Johansen builds a complex world in novel.
People might want to stop asking him if he's done writing.
The battle between the retailer and the publisher is only escalating.
A list of some of the best summer reads for college students - and those who want to reminisce.
Writing as a gossip columnist, Rowling gives the lowdown on Harry, Ron and Hermione.
She tells "silly jokes" about lots of celebrities in her new book, but not everyone is laughing.
Books for the teen audience and kids dominate first-half sales.
Chris Bohjalian's 17th novel follows the story of a rebellious, smart teenager also named Emily.
She posted a 1,500 word story on her Pottermore website.
HEA contributor Jessie Potts recs YA reads by Veronica Roth, Mary E. Pearson, Kasie West and Kerry Wilkinson.
From Buffalo to Chappelle, this posthumous memoir is honest.
Authors John Green and Veronica Roth top list for first half of 2014.
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