Gryffindor has to read Game of Thrones.
She's publishing a "how-to" book.
The followup to Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? is due out in "like a year and a half."
Little Dorothy Gale didn't take just one trip to Oz, so why should we?
It's a psychological literary thriller.
A decade ago, publishers viewed him and his funny-bitter Gen-X alter egos as out of touch. A Times best-seller and new story collection, The Fun Parts, later, it’s clear the times have changed.
Entitled: The Ocean at the End of the Lane.
Possibly the most prolific, probably the most distinguished, and certainly the most debated one in postwar American fiction.
She called her "plastic."
We enlisted the help of the books' co-authors, Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl.
Now with extra Hagrid.
Exactly eleven years from the release of The Little Friend.
"It’s a mark of how good Schroder is that, upon finishing it, I immediately went out and read the rest of her work."
Not that we didn't already know that.
Find me a brassy 11-year-old girl!
A book and a movie, probably.
It's a nonfiction collection of essays.
Are Vampires in the Lemon Grove, The Burn Palace, and Nothing Gold Can Stay worth buying?
It'll be "an illustrated, non-linear diary full of humor and honesty."
He doesn’t write books much anymore.
Sydney's Manly Library is not messing around.