Edith Pearlman is having a moment.
Off to a good start
These three debut thrillers are getting their authors a lot of attention.
On Jan. 12, an hour before his solo performance at the Capitol Theater, we were lucky enough to bump into Nash, 72, on Cleveland Street in downtown Clearwater. Although a light rain was falling, and it was quick, the legendary singer-songwriter and two-time Rock and Roll …
Tess Gerritsen (Die Again), author of the bestselling Jane Rizzoli and Maura Isles series (basis of the TNT television series Rizzoli & Isles), will discuss and sign her book at 2 p.m. today at the Firehouse Cultural Center, First Avenue NE at Shell Point Road, …
NEW YORK — The National Book Critics Circle has announced that it will present its 2015 Ivan Sandrof Lifetime Achievement Award to novelist and cultural critic Toni Morrison.
NEW YORK — A best-selling account of a 6-year-old boy's journey to heaven and back has been pulled after the boy retracted his story.
Serge Storms in love?
Fans of Tim Dorsey's series about avid Florida history buff and ingenious serial killer Serge have seen him in lust plenty of times, but his romantic attachments, like his attention span, tend to be short.
Ali Smith is a playful writer, but her sense of fun thrives in unlikely places. It's evident in the language of the terrible death of the young chambermaid in a dumbwaiter in Hotel World ("Woooooooo-hooooooo what a fall what a soar what a plummet what a dash into dark into light what a plunge what a glide thud …
Mitchard is visiting St. Petersburg this week as one of the instructors for the 2015 Writers in Paradise, Eckerd College's annual writing conference. She is the author of The Deep End of the Ocean, which became a movie with Michelle Pfeiffer and was the …
Making new lives
Three new memoirs recount how their authors overcame mental and emotional obstacles.