Twitter users love calling people out. In the age of coronavirus, they're calling others out for stuff they haven't even done yet.
We might actually get to read 'The Winds of Winter' one of these days.
"So many generations have been raised on bird flu, swine flu, Y2K, Ebola, housing collapse, ozone holes and peak oil panics that we wouldn't know how to live if we weren't constantly expecting our annihilation."
Alissa Nutting's newest novel is easily one of the funniest books about sex and modern technology you'll read this year.
I asked a psychologist why "Drowning in a Dress" and "Butterfly in a Jar" are used to sell books to women.
The giant of American letters' newest offering is a cold, stark book about money, art, and living forever.
What the fuck is happening in this book?
Hurry’s Video for “Nothing to Say” Will Inspire You to Finish That Novel You’ve Been Meaning to Write
Bust out that vintage Apple Macbook, buddy. You've got some words to type.
The acclaimed author's new novel is about a mathematical genius and the ways his intelligence becomes a liability, scorching him and those he's close to.