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Charlamagne Tha God offers straight talk in next book, 'Get Honest Or Die Lying'

Charlamagne Tha God offers straight talk in next book, 'Get Honest Or Die Lying'

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlamagne Tha God's next book is an ode to hard truths and getting to the point.

Sally Rooney has a new novel, 'Intermezzo,' coming out in the fall

NEW YORK (AP) — Sally Rooney will have a new novel out this fall, “Intermezzo,” a story of love, family and grief centered around two brothers.
How the Toronto library is recovering from a cyberattack, one book at a time

How the Toronto library is recovering from a cyberattack, one book at a time

TORONTO — Hundreds of thousands of books have been freed from a months-long purgatory as scores of staffers race to get them out of storage and back on shelves following a cyberattack that felled the Toronto Public Library's computer systems in Octob
Ned Blackhawk’s 'The Rediscovery of America' is a nominee for $10,000 history prize

Ned Blackhawk’s 'The Rediscovery of America' is a nominee for $10,000 history prize

NEW YORK (AP) — Ned Blackhawk's “The Rediscovery of America,” winner last fall of a National Book Award, is a finalist for a history honor presented by the J. Anthony Lukas Prize Project.

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Top Paid Books (US Bestseller List): 1. The Chaos Agent by Mark Greaney (Penguin Publishing Group) 2. The Women by Kristin Hannah (St. Martin’s Publishing Group) 3. Visions of Flesh and Blood by Jennifer L.

Lara Love Hardin's memoir 'The Many Lives of Mama Love' is Oprah Winfrey's new book club pick

NEW YORK (AP) — Oprah Winfrey’s latest book club selection is an author and ghost writer’s life story, chronicling her journey from prison and drug addiction to collaborating with the Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and others.
Book Review: Thomas Mullen’s portrayal of a divided nation in 1943 draws parallels to today

Book Review: Thomas Mullen’s portrayal of a divided nation in 1943 draws parallels to today

It’s 1943, a quarter century after the armistice that ended the so-called Great War, and Americans are once again fighting in foreign lands, battling the ascendant Empire of Japan in the Pacific and confronting Germany’s Afrika Corp along the souther
'Burn Book' torches tech titans in veteran reporter's tale of love and loathing in Silicon Valley

'Burn Book' torches tech titans in veteran reporter's tale of love and loathing in Silicon Valley

Technology is so pervasive and invasive that it's polarizing people, producing feelings of love and loathing for its devices, online services and the would-be visionaries behind them, according to a longtime Silicon Valley reporter.

Georgia board upholds firing of teacher for reading a book to students about gender identity

ATLANTA (AP) — The firing of a Georgia teacher who read a book on gender fluidity to her fifth grade class was upheld Thursday by the Georgia Board of Education.
Alice Paul Tapper to publish picture book inspired by medical misdiagnosis

Alice Paul Tapper to publish picture book inspired by medical misdiagnosis

NEW YORK (AP) — The new book from bestselling author Alice Paul Tapper, daughter of CNN anchor Jake Tapper, was inspired by a near-fatal health emergency.