Man hacking girlfriend's laptop to uncover secrets dragged: 'Right to know'
"Demanding, controlling, and feel like it's your right to snoop. That's just grim. Enjoy being single," one user said.
Olivia Wilde posts salad dressing recipe from famed Ephron cheating novel
Nora Ephron's book "Heartburn" has been described as "a roller coaster of love, betrayal, loss and—most satisfyingly—revenge."
'Handmaid's Tale' Actor Blames Arrogance and 'Religious Nutjobs' for Gilead
Bradley Whitford talked to Newsweek about the evolution of his character, the slippery Commander Lawrence, and stepping behind the lens for Season 5.
'The Handmaid's Tale' Boss on New Season Twist: 'The Far Right Has Invaded'
Executive producers and the cast of "The Handmaid's Tale" talk to Newsweek about the growing reach of Gilead in Season 5, premiering September 14 on Hulu.
In Christopher Buckley's Funny New Pandemic Novel, the Subject Is Toeses
In "Has Anyone Seen My Toes?", a hack screenwriter deals with the COVID-10 pandemic with a variety of coping mechanisms, none of which seem to working.
Jesse Green Talks About Mary Rodgers and the Making of Her Memoir 'Shy'
Green talks about the long road to publication of this engaging book on theater, her life, loves, Stephen Sondheim and her problems with Arthur Laurents.
Mary Rodgers Opens Up About Her Life in and Around Broadway in 'Shy'
Mary Rodgers shares stories of growing up inside Broadway in "Shy," one of the best theatrical memoirs since Moss Hart's "Act One."
'Where the Crawdads Sing' Author Wanted in Connection With Zambia Shooting
Author Delia Owens is wanted for questioning in relation to the fatal shooting of a suspected poacher in the mid 1990s.
Want to Read More Books? A Company Will Pay $200 for Every Novel You Finish
The avid reader will be provided with popular books in return for "cold, hard cash."
Book Review: Elizabeth Day's 'Magpie,' a Captivating Domestic Thriller
This psychological thriller is an exceptional celebration of the nature of women and the struggles of pregnancy.
Tributes Paid To Anne Rice, 'The Vampire Chronicles' Author, Dead at 80
Anne Rice is best known for her 1976 novel 'Interview With The Vampire,' which was adapted into a film starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pit.
Following Social Media Backlash, Authors Promise Revisions to Recent Novels
The authors, Casey McQuiston and Elin Hilderbrand, have both said that ostensibly offensive lines in their books "Red, White & Royal Blue" and "Golden Girl" will be scrubbed from future editions.
'At 85, I Published My First Crime Thriller'
In a sense, my career in the United States Foreign Service prepared me for thriller writing. During the Cold War, I was posted at the U.S. Embassy in what was then East Berlin.
Where Can You Buy 'Kissing the Coronavirus', a Pandemic Romance Novel
Talk about a deadly romance.
'Game of Thrones' Fans Want George R.R. Martin Imprisoned to Finish Book 6
Martin jokingly wrote that fans could imprison him if he didn't finish his latest book in time for New Zealand's Worldcon 2020, which began today. Now fans are trying to hold him to his word.
The Real 'Lord of the Flies' Turned Out Very Differently
A new book reveals a real-life "Lord of the Flies" that demonstrates that we can be good to each other even under the most dire circumstances.
National Read a Book Day: Top 10 Books of 2019 So Far
On National Read a Book Day, Newsweek looks at ten of the best reads of this year so far, from 'Black Leopard, Red Wolf' to 'Three Women.'
How Was The Wall Built on 'Game of Thrones?'
It required a little bit of magic, like most things in George R.R. Martin's fantasy world.
5 Female Fantasy Books Written by Women To Read In 2018
Shows like 'Outlander' and 'The Handmaid's Tale' are revealing a big appetite for the female-driven fantasy genre. Here are five new novels to look out for in 2018.
Bad Sex Writing Award Goes to Creepy Bathtub Comparison
Novelist Christopher Bollen won 2017's 'Bad Sex in Fiction Award,' but his fellow nominees wrote equally uncomfortable passages.
Alan Furst's Everyman Stands Up to Tyranny
"A Hero in France" is Furst's 14th novel about spies and World War II Europe.
British Playwright Arnold Wesker Dies Aged 83
Wesker had been suffering from Parkinson's, but continued to write late into his life.
Silent Reading Parties Arrive in San Francisco
Turn the page and party on. Quietly.
Peter Rabbit Features on New 50P Coin
It's first time a character from children's literature has ever appeared on a U.K. coin
The Year in Reading: The Best (and Worst) Books of 2015
From 'City on Fire' to Jonathan Franzen to Donald Trump's poetry to Alexandra Kleeman, it's been a banner book year.
Review: Rick Moody's 'Hotels of North America'
The author's latest novel is told entirely through hotel reviews.
Quiz: Young Adult Fiction? Or Real-Life Serial Killer?
Can you tell whether these are story arcs from young adult novels or real-life stories of serial killers?
'Go Set a Watchman' Buyers Get a Refund at This Michigan Bookstore
It's "disappointing and frankly shameful" to see the book industry exploit Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman," says the owner of Brilliant Books.
The 10 Types of Book-to-Film Adaptations
And when to avoid them.
J.K. Rowling to Release a New Book as Robert Galbraith
Rowling's next novel, 'Career of Evil,' will be released this fall.