Eight years after writing the last of her "Harry Potter" novels, J.K. Rowling is still adding to the boy wizard's story.
Jackie Collins, the bestselling author of dozens of novels including "Hollywood Wives" that dramatized the lives of the rich and treacherous, has died.
Wilmington author Nina De Gramont will sign her newest novel at Pomegranate Books in Wilmington.
She will be at Pomegranate Books Monday at 7 p.m.
'The Last September' is available online now and in stores on Tuesday, September 15.
David Brantley has defied the odds and learned lessons after fighting both Crohn's disease and cancer and now he wants to help others with a hilarious look at his journey.
The first chapter of Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman" begins with a grown up Scout returning by train to Maycomb, Alabama, where she is greeted by a young man who wants to marry her.
The media center at North Brunswick High School was home to some different kind of literature Thursday.
A woman who challenged a book in the Brunswick County School system she found offensive is speaking out.
Brunswick County Schools will not consider a woman's new challenge against a book she finds offensive.
"To Kill a Mockingbird" will not be Harper Lee's only published book after all.
Jason Mott, the author of the bestseller "The Returned," is back with his newest book "The Wonder of All Things" to discuss miracles and how they affect life in a small Southern town.