The Boy Meets World actress joins TODAY to talk about her new memoir, Normally, This Would Be Cause for Concern, saying she wants people to know that celebrities aren t always perfect.
In his memoir I ll Be Back Right After This, Pat O Brien describes how he managed his career and family life while struggling with alcoholism, which he says almost cost him everything.
The first Fifty Shades of Grey trailer is here, revving up excitement for the book-to-film cultural phenomenon.
The spy novelist talks about his latest thriller, The Heist, which is about the search for one of the world s most iconic missing paintings.
Take a look at how Diagon Alley was brought to life for a brand new Harry Potter attraction.
Kate White, the former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, talks about her new book Eyes on You, which is about a TV host who has a mysterious, threatening enemy, finding inspiration in crime articles and the tantalizing subject of office romance.
Actor Eriq La Salle tells TODAY s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb about his new book, Laws of Wrath, and talks about how acting, directing, and being a book author all boil down to the desire to tell stories.
The author and daughter of Regis Philbin tells TODAY s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb about her new novel, Since Last Summer, and how she drew on experiences from her own life to write it.
The bestselling author talks about her new book All Fall Down, which follows a suburban mother as she falls deeper into her dependence of prescription pills. Weiner also discusses the research she did for the novel and her thoughts on this season s The Bachelorette.
Thirty years after it opened it theaters, NBC News academically examines the merits of the classic.
A line wraps around a New York City block as people wait to enter the bookstore where Hillary Clinton will sign copies of her new book Hard Choices.
Former President Bill Clinton recounts when he first read Maya Angelou's 'I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings,' and the great gift she left humanity.
First lady Michelle Obama remembers the power that reading Maya Angelou's words gave her as a girl, as well as a young mom in Kansas, who would name her daughter Maya, and raise her son to become the first black president of the U.S.
Award-winning author, renowned poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou has died at her home at age 86. NBC's Chris Clackum reports.
Matt Berman, former creative director of George magazine, is the author of a new memoir in which he details his friendship with JFK Jr. He joins Lester Holt to talk about the book, JFK Jr., George, & Me, and shares that for a cover shoot with Robert De Niro, JFK Jr. actually brought in George Washington s real sword.
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