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Woody Allen’s memoir, dropped by its original publisher after widespread criticism, has found a new home.
Woody Allen’s publisher has decided to cancel the planned release of his memoir “Apropos of Nothing.”
The graphic novelist who first cracked the bestseller list by writing about her teeth has turned her focus to another part of her body, her stomach. It’s yes, a gutsy move – and one that pays off.
Presidential biographer Edmund Morris, best known for writing a book about the life of Ronald Reagan, has died. He was 78.
The plain-spoken, Midwest-grounded Sinise has always been about the work and not the fame, so he resisted prodding by his agents and managers to write a memoir.
In a brief moment of uninhibited candor – complete with some spontaneous swearing – that set the internet ablaze, Michelle Obama said the belief that women can “have it all” is “a lie.”
Tickets to Michelle Obama’s arena book tour went on presale Thursday for people who signed up early, and it’s looking like the former first lady is generating Beyonce-level sales.
When she was 14, Diane Guerrero, the actress best known for her roles in “Orange Is the New Black” and “Jane the Virgin,” was separated from her immigrant parents, too.
Anthony Ray Hinton’s memoir, “The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row,” is Oprah Winfrey’s latest book club pick, a dream for virtually any writer and beyond the imagination for a man who was once confined to a 5-by-7-foot cell for nearly 30 years.
Former FBI Director James Comey says he thinks it’s possible the Russians have compromising information on President Donald Trump, that there is “some evidence of obstruction of justice” in the president’s actions and that Trump is “morally unfit” for office.
Michelle Obama’s memoir, one of the most highly anticipated books in recent years, is coming out Nov. 13.
Geraldo Rivera is apologizing for a memoir published a quarter-century ago that recounts sexual experiences he says he’s now “embarrassed” about.
In his new autobiography, retired astronaut Scott Kelly gives an unflinchingly blunt take on his U.S. record-breaking year in space.
Darned if the soothsayers aren’t right some times. Take the one who approached Gabourey Sidibe and announced: “I’m psychic. ... I can see in your eyes that you have a big future in front of you.” The woman predicted the world would listen to Sidibe, that she would talk to Oprah Winfrey and be famous one day.
Jenner says she just needed to get it all out, from thoughts of suicide as she was pursued by paparazzi to the women she loved, married and shared certain aspects of her gender dysphoria with.
Mayte (MY’-tay) Garcia writes in a new memoir excerpted in People magazine that baby Amiir was born with Pfeiffer syndrome type 2, a disorder that causes skeletal abnormalities. She says the baby struggled to breathe and underwent multiple procedures before his death.
Ivana Trump, the first wife of President Donald Trump, is writing a memoir that will focus on the couple’s three children.
Laura Landgraf of Post Falls revisits that painful past, but with a perspective of recovery, in a newly released memoir: “The Fifth Sister: From Victim to Victor — Overcoming Child Abuse.” At 7 p.m. Saturday, Landgraf will read from her first book at Auntie’s Bookstore.