Many people have toyed with thoughts of writing a book.
Former Detroit Pistons Bad Boy Dennis Rodman is now a children’s author.
Ray Bradbury, the science fiction-fantasy master who transformed his childhood dreams and Cold War fears into telepathic Martians, lovesick sea monsters, and, in uncanny detail, the high-tech, book-burning future of “Fahrenheit 451,” has died.
Friends and family will say their final goodbyes to best-selling author Jeffrey Zaslow.
Her book series about life in America’s heartland of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Kansas and South Dakota gives young readers the chance to compare and contrast growing up then and now.
Berl Falbaum, a Detroit area veteran journalist and author, has ghostwritten a mobster thriller which focuses on the principle of “omerta” — the code of silence — for Giovanni Gambino of Brooklyn, New York.
The author of the New York Times Bestseller, “The Immoral Life of Henrietta Lacks,” will be speaking at a special event in the Detroit Public Library on Saturday.
Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick wants to become Author Kwame Kilpatrick.
A U.S. government study has uncovered a family of mouse viruses in some people with chronic fatigue syndrome, raising still more questions about whether an infection may play a role in the complicated illness.
A stunning number of teens have lost a little bit of their hearing – nearly one in five – and the problem has increased substantially in recent years, a new national study has found.