The latest in Eoin Colfer's popular children's series, plus some new mysteries, romances, and thrillers.
A great guide for knitting complex cable patterns.
"Self-Editing for Fiction Writers" is a fine tutorial, especially for those who cannot or do not have access to writing classes or writing groups.
El Bicho vs. Jake Kalish
Adam Hamilton tries to "find the sweet spot" amongst religious absolutists.
The first of five novels featured on a new Library of American volume is a heady meditation on time and schizophrenia.
What was to be an uneventful, researched-filled time turned into sleepless nights, midnight riders, deaths, attempted deaths, and gigantic apparitions that happen to be…the butler!
Lolita's legacy in pop culture, and the many ways the title character has entered the public consciousness, including entertainment, fashion, tabloid news, and sexual mores.
Does The Ex List make my TiVo list?
Puerile and downright stupid? Well, yeah... but they're still funny.
Celebrity Circus offers grace and elegance, not elephants and clowns.
It's wicked when Pentecostals or Disney indoctrinate children through apocalyptic fear...
Hellboy is back, in a world more gorgeous than ever. The story sometimes suffers, but it doesn't matter.
Arguably the best adaptation of the Robin Hood myth.
A cinematic blast; you can't help but enjoy this movie.
Another painfully annoying Martin Lawrence movie or finally a refreshing Martin Lawrence comedy?
The Revolution March this past weekend wound down the Ron Paul movement with a pat on the back rather than a bang.
The fallout of September 11 is the fall of the United States.
Senator McCain has named Theodore Roosevelt as his conservative role model. Is that an appropriate choice?
A self-governed nation should be keenly aware of how the government functions and performs.
Not even E3 can stop the weekly WiiWare and Virtual Console release train.
The rock 'n' roll bad boy talks Germany, Johnny Cash, and playing live.
Well-behaved music? Nope!
Essential Elvis: Chapter 17.
Still remembered as one of the best, forty years after his death.
HD Audio on a standard-def DVD?
If you find yourself capturing screenshots on a regular basis, then owning SnagIt is a must.
Don't mess with UC Irvine. They track their identity thieves down Texas style!