Feb 20, 2013 @ 12:15:00 am
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tim O’Brien has left his job as executive editor of the Huffington Post in order to work on historical fiction. O’Brien is now completing “the second installment of his five-book publishing deal." Meanwhile, Arianna Huffington took the opportunity to remind staffers that HuffPost maintains a strict "no book writing" policy. "The policy is that anybody starting a new book must either leave employment or take a sabbatical," a rep confirmed to New York Magazine.
Crime writer Patricia Cornwall has won almost $51 million in a lawsuit against her former financial-management company.
And speaking of crime and intrigue, a new James Bond novel written by William Boyd, will be released in the UK this fall.
The letters of Mark David Chapman, the man who shot and killed John Lennon in
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