"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.
Brunswick County School Board members made a decision on a book's future in schools Tuesday night.
Southport native Tommy Harrelson has written a coffee table book to celebrate the life of artist and photographer Art Newton titled 'Southport's Art Newton'.
Newton, also a Southport native, was a prolific artist that featured images of the Southport area and is now found in galleries and museums around the country.
Vietnam veteran Tim O’Brien turned fact into fiction in his war novel ‘The Things They Carried’ as he shared his war experience and a soldiers battle from within.
Alice Walker's "The Color Purple" will stay in the curriculum and on the shelves in Brunswick County Schools following a formal challenge of the novel.
New York Times bestselling author Celia Rivenbark takes on modern manners in her new book "Rude Bitches Make me Tired."
It's a love story unlike most. Billy and Peggy Griffin met as children at the Methodist Home for Children near Raleigh, but their friendship didn't end there.
James “Bonecrusher” Smith, the former heavyweight champ from Magnolia held a book signing Friday night at Hooters.
Smith was the first heavyweight champion with a college degree. “Bonecrusher” welcomed fans, took pictures and showed off some memorabilia from his boxing days.
The pastor of Wilmington's largest church is set to release his first book. Pastor Mike Ashcraft teamed up with UNCW instructor, Rachel Olsen, to write "My One Word."