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JK Rowling Reveals Title of New Book, ‘The Casual Vacancy’ — When Can You Buy It?

JK Rowling may have written her last words about Harry Potter, but that doesn’t mean she’s retiring.

The author’s new novel, ‘The Casual Vacancy,’ is set to drop Sept. 27.

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Did Author Morgan Robertson Predict the Sinking of the Titanic in His Book, ‘Futility’?

You know the story: a supposedly unsinkable ship hits an iceberg and meets a tragic end, killing most of the passengers on board. But it wasn’t the the Titanic — it was actually a fictional ship called the Titan, written about in a book published 14 years before the famed Titanic set sail on its doomed voyage.

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Should Parents Pay Big Bucks to Get Their Kids’ Books Published?

Over-indulgent parents aren’t just making kids dumber. They’re also costing themselves money in the process. The latest trend? Shelling out hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars to get books written by their children published.

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Who Reads More Books – E-Reader Users or Book Owners?

By now you’ve probably seen lots of people toting around e-readers like the Amazon Kindle. They let you carry thousands of books in a slim, lightweight device — but do the people who use them actually read more?

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Amazon.com Reveals The Most Well-Read Cities in America

No, Amarillo is not on the list.

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Inmates’ Coloring Books Painted With Drugs [VIDEO]

Three inmates at the Cape May County Correctional Center in New Jersey wanted their drugs so badly, they used a children's coloring book to sneak them into their prison cells. We hate to give criminals so much credit, but the whole process was undeniably ingenious.

With the help of two civilians, the inmates painted numerous coloring books with what looked to be water color, but was actually a liquid version of a drug called Suboxone. They would have gotten away with it, but in February officers at the correction center were tipped off and began testing the books for drug substances.

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