A McKinney woman has overcome decades of abuse, breaking the cycle of violence. Now, she is using that experience to help others through the power of words.
Whether your child is off to their very first day of preschool, kindergarten, or middle school, our sister company, Simon & Schuster, has a book that’s perfect to beat those first-day jitters.
There’s nothing better than relaxing at the beach or by the pool with a good book in your hand. This summer kick back with one of these new release by our favorite authors from our sister company Simon & Schuster.
Need a good gift idea for Dad this Father’s Day? Our friends at Simon & Schuster put together this great list covering everything your Dad will love.
Summer is here and it’s time to enroll your child in summer reading events to keep him or her ready for school when it starts up again. Here’s a list of the best ones.
These DFW bookstores are also cultural outposts where people can share ideas, chat with friends and enjoy a variety of social events.
Looking for some good books for Mom this Mother’s Day? Our friends at Simon & Schuster put together this great list covering everything from personal memoirs to fictional mysteries and more.
Large-chain stores seem to dominate most of the retail world. But if you are looking for something rare, unique and different, then the look no further than an independent bookseller.
Pop star Kelly Clarkson isn’t singing her praises over a new memoir by record executive Clive Davis. The singer wanted to set the record straight over what she calls “false information.”
From drug use to gambling, many people are trying to escape from some sort of debilitating dependency. Author Christopher Kennedy Lawford talks about addiction in his new book.
Kids in Hurst are ‘on track’ when it comes to exercising their creativity. The Hurst Public Library is holding their annual Train Week once again.
Pew Internet Research Center survey released Thursday found that the percentage of Americans aged 16 and older who read an e-book grew from 16 percent in 2011 to 23 percent this year.