One of the first books I ever fell in love with was “A Wrinkle In Time” by Madeleine L’Engle. The book was published in 1962; its staying power is illustrated by last year’s Hollywood film version starring Oprah, Mindy Kaling and Reese Witherspoon.
I may never be able to sort out whether I enjoyed this memoir because I also grew up on a South Dakota dairy farm, or because author Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic has captured something universal here.
Cecelia Ahern’s new book is a collection of funny, wise and weighty fables about women and their many experiences.
Jokha Alharthi on Tuesday became the first Arabic author to win the Man Booker International prize for her novel "Celestial Bodies" which reveals her Omani homeland's post-colonial transformation.
A pair of innocent 1950s newlyweds have come for their honeymoon and fall under the sway of a glamorous set of partyers and a steady stream of gin cocktails.
Author Herman Wouk, whose World War Two experiences provided the foundation of his bestseller "The Caine Mutiny" and two epic novels about the war, died on Friday at the age of 103, his literary agent said.
“Love Punch and Other Collected Columns,” a collection of the newspaper writing of the former writer and editor Rob Hiaasen, will be released June 28, the one-year anniversary of the fatal shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis.
Rachel Ingalls, who died in March, is perhaps best known for “Mrs. Caliban,” her 1982 novel about a deeply unhappy housewife who falls in love with a giant sea creature.
Descendants of Norwegian immigrants know of the albums stowed somewhere holding old family photos from those earliest days of settlement.