Could I "bet" a bunch of people on Facebook and make a book a bestseller? Well, sure I could try. Why the hell not?
I didn't write Fast, Fresh & Green for people who are already great cooks. I wrote for everyone who wants to cook with more vegetables. For people who want to cook at home and eat better. That's a lot of us.
I never thought I'd see the day when "To Kill A Mockingbird" -- a novel that has inspired readers for half a century -- would be derided as a book about "the limitations of liberalism."
Twenty-five publishers turned down my thriller novel, The Ark. If you're not familiar with New York publishing, that's everybody.
What is clear in "Den of Thieves," clear in the Gulf and clear in our economy, is if our regulators aren't as important, educated, and hungry as the people they're regulating, Americans don't have a chance.
There are many great and good books out this summer and I will be reviewing all summer long, but for the start of the season I have six books to recommend for summer reading.
Just how big is Justin Cronin's new release The Passage? The 766-page, post-apocalyptic vampire book weighs in at a whopping 2.4 pounds.
The citation of sources belongs to the realms of journalism and scholarship, not art. Citation domesticates the work, flattens it, denudes, it, robs it of its excitement, risk, danger.
I'm inspired, transformed in anticipation of part-time, kinda sorta Gov. Sarah Palin's upcoming tome. My Lady of the North is a regular Stephen King ...
The tale of Elena Kagan's nomination to the highest court of this nation reveals the under belly of prejudice in this country against women. The very ...
I'm hoping to shed some light on a few books that are intriguing due to author, subject matter, publication details, or something that seems a little different, interesting, possibly out of the ordinary.
Sarah Palin's continuous invocation of God's name as an excuse is an indication that Palin is unwilling or unable to take responsibility for her own actions.
These books cover what I love as a mom and have published for Welcome Books--for mothers new and old.
Palin continues to cast herself as a victim of a sinister "partisan" conspiracy directed by Obama's White House against her. It's a sad joke that reveals the Palin camp's cultish paranoia and abject dishonesty.
Mom isn't the little old lady from Pasadena. And you're not a kid anymore. So stun her on Mother's Day --- give her books that don't talk down to her. Like these ten...
When push came to shove in late 2008, the banks' ultimate power was not that they were secretly controlling the levers of power, but that their place at the center of the financial system enabled them to hold the real economy hostage.