Scribd released its list of the most popular eBooks across the United States. Turns out, Americans love romance. And ice cream.
In 1853, the New York Times misspelled the last name of Solomon Northup, whose memoir was adapted into the Oscar-winning movie, 12 Years a Slave.
The author talks about discovering Middlemarch, trying to debunk a George Eliot quote, and how a book shaped her own life.
The author talks about growing up in Russia and New York city, nicknames, and his new memoir, Little Failure.
More books are being published than ever before — how can you possibly decide what to read? Here are a few nonfiction titles that we loved in 2013.
After having lived in the United States, going back home to India in 2013 means readjusting to more than modest dress and unwanted stares. It means confronting a past I’d rather forget.
During a “Global Townterview,” Clinton promises a memoir. Rebuffs the inevitable 2016 questions.
And not in the metaphorical, heart and soul kind of way. The book is Girlvert: A Porno Memoir, authored by porn star Oriana Small (aka, Ashley Blue). We’ll let the press release explain why it’s $200 a copy. More over at Forbes. View List ›