books

Best-selling author Luvvie Ajayi talks about her new book 'I'm Judging You,' microwave fame, and the Trump disaster.

Boys who go to neighborhood barbershops in the Mobile and Pritchard, Alabama area are getting more than a haircut. They’re also discovering books they can relate to, with characters that look like them.

Brooklyn’s Anaya Lee Willabus is the youngest published author in U.S. history to write a chapter book. Her work, titled The Day Mohan Found His Confidence, is about a boy’s struggle to balance his life at home and at school – something to which we can all relate.

In a season chock-full of "Top 2015" lists, from hottest celebrities to best political moments, we must not forget the literature that moved us

Hey, remember books? In case not, you should know that literacy is still celebrated in today’s very digital world. This week marks National Children’s Book…

On Monday, journalist and author Peter Slevin joined Roland Martin on the set of NewsOne Now to talk about his new book, Michelle Obama: A…

Do you know what makes me happy? The feeling of the sun on the back of my neck, lazy Sunday afternoon barbeques and the laughter of my children. And a really good book. All of that and more is achieved in Deborah Johnson’s The Secret of Magic.  Her phrasing is impeccable and her characters are […]

Your local barbershop probably consists of TVs broadcasting ESPN, animated banter on almost any subject and music to match the vibe of the shop. The…

Everyone wants to know the secrets to happiness. Author June Archer lets us in on the secrets in his new book, “Yes! Every Day Can…

Bernie’s Suggestology Winter Reading List When we turn around and take a look at what’s going on in life we all get stuck in ruts from time to time. We get off track and lose sight of the life we meant to live. We spend a lot of time trying to organize and create more […]