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Review: Criss Angel motivational on 'Mindfreak: Secret Revelations' book Special

Magician Criss Angel is inspirational on his "Mindfreak: Secret Revelations" book, which was co-written with author Laura Morton.

Review: Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart superb on 'Dog & Butterfly' book Special

Ann and Nancy Wilson from the acclaimed rock band Heart are delightful on their latest children's book "Dog & Butterfly."

Sy Montgomery's The Octopus Scientists: 2015's Best science book

Sy Montogomery's "The Octopus Scientists" was released in late May of 2015, and it is the year's best nonfiction, science book.

Review: Adrian Peel delights on 'Tequila, Senoritas and Teardrops' book Special

Digital Journalist Adrian Peel has published his first book, "Tequila, Senoritas and Teardrops: Musicians Discuss the Influence of Mexico on Country Music," and it is a success.

The Hobbit first edition sells for $210,000

London - A first edition of J.R.R. Tolkein's 'The Hibbit' has sold for $210,000 at auction. The book had an inscription by the author in the fictional language of Elvish.

Review: 7 life lessons from George Clinton's must-read autobiography Special

Watch who you trust. Be different and weird. Find the funk in your life when everything gets too vanilla. Those are some of the life lessons I took away from the autobiography of funk legend and Parliament Funkadelic founder George Clinton.

Review: Mark Schultz' 'Foxcatcher' was 2014's best sports autobiography

Mark Schultz' "Foxcatcher: The True Story of My Brother's Murder, John du Pont's Madness, and the Quest for Olympic Gold" was, in my opinion, the best book by an athlete in 2014.

Walmart won't sell UFC fighter's book because she's too violent

Ronda Rousey, the UFC women's bantamweight champion, has a new memoir coming out in May. However, don't expect to find the book in Walmart stores.

Franco-German couple publish memoirs of Nazi-hunting years

Paris - France's most famous Nazi hunters, Serge Klarsfeld and his German wife Beate, this week launched their "Memoirs" about their decades spent tracking down Hitler's henchmen and dragging them out of hiding into the public glare.

Interview: Digital Journalist Adrian Peel opens up about new book Special

Digital Journalist Adrian Peel chatted about his new book, "Tequila, Senoritas and Teardrops: Musicians Discuss the Influence of Mexico on Country Music."

Mein Kampf to be republished by academics in 2016

Seventy years after the author's death, Adolf Hitler's famous but obviously controversial autobiography is to be republished by a collection of academics next year once the copyright on the work expires in a two-volume new addition.

Employee at Russia's Hermitage arrested for stealing exhibits

Saint Petersburg - An employee at Russia's Hermitage Museum was arrested for stealing books and documents, some centuries-old, from the institution's celebrated collection and then trying to sell them to antique dealers, officials said Monday.

'Fifty Shades of Grey' owns the holiday weekend box office

UPDATE: It is a holiday weekend in the states and it now looks like a solid score for "Fifty Shades of Grey." It appears to have grabbed more box office cash and will be the February record-holder.

N.Korean 'Camp 14' gulag survivor admits parts of story untrue

Seoul - A North Korean gulag survivor whose torture and daring escape were detailed in a best-selling book has admitted that parts of his story are untrue, and said Sunday he may end his campaign against human rights abuses.

Inmate's Guantanamo diary to be released

London - The first memoir by a current inmate detailing life inside Guantanamo is to be released next week following a six-year legal fight to declassify the manuscript, extracts of which appeared in The Guardian on Saturday.

Olympic Gold medalist Mark Schultz talks 'Foxcatcher' book Special

Olympic gold medal-winning wrestler Mark Schultz chatted with Digital Journal about his new book "Foxcatcher: The True Story of My Brother's Murder, John du Pont's Madness, and the Quest for Olympic Gold."

Review: Sy Montgomery delivers on 'The Tarantula Scientist' book Special

"The Tarantula Scientist" by acclaimed author Sy Montgomery is an award-winning informational children's book on tarantulas.

Two skulls found near witchcraft book at transfer station in CT

Fairfield - On Friday, police say that the skulls of an older man and woman were found at a Connecticut waste transfer station near some witchcraft books.

Review: Former Flyleaf lead singer Lacey Sturm soars on 'The Reason' Special

Former Flyleaf lead singer Lacey Sturm has authored her first book, "The Reason: How I Discovered a Life Worth Living" and it is very inspirational.

Review: Martina McBride magnificent on new book 'Around The Table' Special

Country music sensation Martina McBride can now add published book author to her elite resume of impressive accomplishments.

Breivik's father says he is partially responsible for murders

Oslo - The father of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik said on Thursday he felt partially responsible and regretted not having been there for his son before he killed 77 people in 2011.

Former Flyleaf lead singer Lacey Sturm talks about new book Special

Lacey Sturm, the former lead singer of the rock band Flyleaf, opened about her newest book "The Reason – How I Discovered a Life Worth Living."

France's ex-first lady attacked for 'outrageous' kiss-and-tell

Paris - After the bombshell, the backlash. France's former first lady on Thursday found herself facing a maelstrom of criticism for her kiss-and-tell memoirs about her tumultuous relationship with President Francois Hollande.

'Hovelstay' allows students to book hovels for vacation

College students can search and book rundown places via Hovelstay, which is a brand new start-up that specializes in hooking up people with cheap accommodation.

How competition hurts us: An interview with Margaret Heffernan Special

What makes us competitive, either in business, education or dating, can be detrimental to our career success and overall well-being, argues author Margaret Heffernan in her new book A Bigger Prize. She spoke to us about competition's ugly side.

Kevin Smith announces Clerks 3

Kevin Smith dropped some information recently on his plans to make Clerks 3. We know that it is coming in the next few years but all the other details are still up in the air.

Carrie Borzillo talks about new 'Nirvana' book and Kurt Cobain Special

Award-winning music journalist Carrie Borzillo chatted about her new book "Nirvana: In the Words of the People Who Were There."

Author explores a fascinating life of social justice Special

Edmonton - Alexis Kienlen is an Edmonton-based writer who is a journalist and published poet with two volumes of poetry to her credit. Her third book is a work of non-fiction about someone who is well known for being an advocate for social justice.

Review: 'Nirvana: In the Words of the People Who Were There' Special

"Nirvana: In the Words of the People Who Were There" is a book by award-winning entertainment and music journalist Carrie Borzillo.

Hillary all smiles in New York at book launch

New York - New York is known as The City That Never Sleeps, but fans of Hillary Clinton may have taken that quite literally.
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