For some of us, choosing the right book to read on vacation is almost as important as choosing the right destination.
Coming from a conservative political pundit who writes columns for the New York Times, The Road to Character is not exactly what you might expect. Don't look for mentions of the current crop of presidential candidates or hand-wringing over that terrible news on the front page of the newspaper. Instead, …
We caught up with McKagan, co-founder of Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver, as he was stuck in Manhattan traffic on May 12. In addition to his musical career, McKagan, 51, has established himself as a writer. His work includes his 2011 autobiography, It's So Easy (and …
Three new nonfiction books look at human flight, from its early days to its future.
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Bestselling author Fawn Germer (Work-Life Reset) will discuss her memoir of trekking 70 miles on Pinellas beaches at 7 p.m. Thursday at Dunedin Public Library, 223 Douglas Ave.
Corky Lahey and Marylin Vallis didn't just show up early for a book talk and signing by Michael Connelly and Michael Lister on Thursday night in St. Petersburg.
Oh, Spenser, bless your big old meticulous heart.
Steve Inskeep, co-host of National Public Radio's Morning Edition and author of Instant City (2011), chronicles the 20-year political tug-of-war between general and U.S. President Andrew Jackson and Cherokee Chief John Ross in the dramatic and highly informative nonfiction work Jacksonland.
Local author David C. Edmonds (Lily of Peru) will be the featured reader at the next Wordier Than Thou open mic event at 7 p.m. May 19 at Studio@620, 620 First Ave. S, St. Petersburg. Admission is $5.