Audible.com best-sellers for week ending October 5th: Fiction 1. Lullaby by Jonathan Maberry, narrated by Scott Brick (Audible Studios) 2. Emma: An Audible Original Drama by Jane Austen & Anna Lea, narrated
When I decided to write my book, many years ago, I was committed. I had what I called “Fire in the Belly.” That is what it took for me to stay with it. I had passion and conviction that the story was It
By Anil Ananthaswamy Let’s hear it for the written word. Learning to read can have profound effects on the wiring of the adult brain, even in regions that aren’t usually associated with reading and writing.
Some seriously scary shit. When you put down a book by Stephen King, or get to the credits of a Hitchcock film, you can breathe a sigh of relief and laugh off what just scared the shit out of you. It's
In the title story for his new collection, "Men Without Women," Haruki Murakami has his unnamed, middle-aged narrator receive a phone call at 3 in the morning informing him that his ex-girlfriend M. has
We've all been there, you're having a nice conversation with someone you just met and suddenly you realize you've forgotten their name. It's embarrassing, but the good news is there's actually an evolutionary
What really happens when we make and store memories has been unravelled in a discovery that surprised even the scientists who made it. The US and Japanese team found that the brain "doubles up" by simultaneously
Join the club. Like her beloved characters Hermione Granger and Belle, Emma Watson LOVES to read. She loves it so much she started a global, monthly Goodreads book club of feminist texts. She's recruited