“Kingkiller Chronicle” author Patrick Rothfuss (“The Name of the Wind,” “The Wise Man’s Fear”) describes how he feels about writer’s block in a new interview.
"It’s so funny to read historians claiming Eleanor was a sheltered Victorian that wouldn’t know a lesbian if she fell across one, and I’m like, How can you imagine that to be true, given the evidence of her life?"
"It’s not a rape story, or an assault story, and it’s not even a pure harassment story."
"I did my first exorcism when I was 31. Now I have a waiting list."
The prize encourages writers "to keep us on the edge of our seats without resorting to the same old clichés."
Kiss's Gene Simmons has new book, a Cliffs Notes of sorts, on how to attain more "power," with sections on Niccolò Machiavelli, Oprah Winfrey, Napoleon Bonaparte, Michael Jordan and Elon Musk. He also has a box set of unreleased material with a huge price tag.
“There’s a lot of fear that we are sliding back, that the worst times may come again."
One professor wrote a book titled 'Fire and Fury' in 2009. Now his book is on several Amazon bestseller lists. He's thrilled.
The lead singer talks about his new memoir, piloting his band's Ed Force One jumbo jet and creating epic metal that "rivals Cecil B. DeMille."
“Do we need to reinform men about where their penis belongs in public places?" the author asked her friends.
Laura Dern's military leader is more than she seems.
From Marvel comics, sci-fi novels, manga and more.
"Your phone’s out of battery and, like you, it needs some fucking sleep.”
The Tianjin Binhai Library, also known the Eye of Binhai, has captured book lovers' attention for its awe-inspiring architectural design.
Before Manson coerced his cult members into murder, he was a musician who seduced and preyed on young women. Dianne Lake, whose new memoir recounts her years with him, was one of his victims.
From a memoir of an upper-crust black family in Harlem, to a single-sentence Irish novel to an Obama conspiracy noir, the Brooklyn Book Festival had something for every taste.
Karl Ove Knausgaard takes a break from struggling with Autumn, the first in an impressionistic quartet
'The Incest Diary', by Anonymous, is disturbing for many reasons and, for this reader, impossible to put down.
'Who Fears Death,' a 2010 novel by U.S.-Nigerian Nnedi Okorafor, is a post-apocalyptic account of a genocide in Africa.