Because she likes them, and she can.
“We’ll see if Nashville changes my writing. A change is always good for a writer.”
So is Cameron Diaz's book about anatomy.
Hope you like serifs!
A book that is both serious-minded and invites exclamation points into its margins.
Ron and Hermione are not the only bad pair.
Hindsight is always 20/20.
It'll be brought to you by the minds behind We're the Millers and Night at the Museum.
It may or may not be related to his Austen movie.
"I've gotten tons of e-mails from people asking, 'Please tell me the way to read it.'"
Since Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo became a publishing phenomenon in 2009, a few others have borrowed the title.
Jo March and Hannah Horvath are both the voices of their generations, or of a generation.
"She is not necessarily a natural writer," says a supposed friend.
"I've never had Harrison Ford offer to let me use his jet or anything like that."
"I think there are moments in the history of a genre at which it sits up and looks at itself and as a result changes forever."
Out in September.
George Eliot’s em-dash — plus, T.S. Eliot’s ellipses ... (not to mention Vladimir Nabokov’s parentheses).
As well as an HBO series based on the life of Betty Halbreich, "the pioneering Bergdorf Goodman personal shopper."