books

If I have learned one thing in my few years as a writer it is that a worrying number of those who work in publishing enjoy single malt whisky.
It doesn't matter if a book is good in a classical or academic sense. All that now matters is whether or not people want to read it and if they'll pay to do so.
There have been many contenders for the Millennium Series crown, and a hell of a lot of scrabbling within the industry for the next bestselling thriller with characters as memorable as Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist.
War comics have been around as long as comic books themselves -which means since the 1930s. Evolving out of newspaper strips, the modern comic book truly exploded in the United States with the success of Detective Comic's Action Comics # 1 featuring a caped character called Superman
One in six children is failing to read books as they spend an increasing amount of time text messaging friends, sending emails
If there's something that the advertising for the Kindle, and indeed any eReader device, promotes, it's that reading digital books is for everyone.
The controversy surrounding my new book Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts has come as a bit of a surprise, particularly after the huge success of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Amazon proudly boasts that, as of May this year, digital books are now out-selling their print equivalent on the world's largest online store.
You can tell a lot about someone from what they're reading. So the casual observer could be forgiven for thinking that Ed
Best-selling author, journalist and self-confessed reading junkie, Dorothy Koomson, talks us through five of the books that