In her own new book, O’Donnell reveals she had a crush on her co-host: “I think there were underlying lesbian undertones on both parts.”
Winfrey also announced the return of her beloved Book Club, this time billed as the biggest and “the most stimulating book club on the planet.”
Rachel Hollis’ “Girl, Stop Apologizing” and Delia Owens’ “Where the Crawdads Sing” again sit atop the Publishers Weekly hardcover bestsellers lists.
More kids and parents want more books with diversity. Here are seven great ones that fit that bill.
Rachel Hollios’ new “Girl, Stop Apologizing” and Delia Owens’ “Where the Crawdads Sing” sit atop the Publishers Weekly hardcover bestsellers lists.
Her father died of cancer in 2015 at the age of 81.
Mitchell S. Jackson’s memoir “Survival Math” examines systemic challenges the black community faces and how crime becomes a means for some to survive.
Delia Owens’ “Where the Crawdads Sing” and Michelle Obama’s “Becoming” are back on top on the Publishers Weekly hardcover bestsellers lists.
The book, published in 1967, has sold an estimated 47 million copies and been translated into 46 languages.
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Townshend said he hopes to expand the story into an opera and art installation.
“We spend so much time focusing on the past and ignoring the present. Be in the moment.”
There’s a new Dr. Seuss coming out in September, and it will include cameos from such favorite Seuss characters as the Grinch and the Cat in the Hat.
Fired acting FBI boss Andrew McCabe hits the No. 1 spot for hardcover nonfiction with his new book “The Threat.” James Patterson is tops for fiction.
Authors Patrick Radden Keefe (on the ‘Troubles’), Samantha Shannon, David Sloan Wilson and Kate Quinn all are getting buzz for their new books.