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Grand Central Publishing, formerly Warner Books, came into existence in 1970 when Warner Communications acquired the Paperback Library, subsequently publishing paperback reprints editions of such bestsellers as Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird and Umberto Eco's The Name Of The Rose. Today Grand Central Publishing reaches a diverse audience through hardcover, trade paperback and mass market imprints that cater to every kind of reader.

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Join us for a lively discussion with Matt Logelin, author of TWO KISSES FOR MADDY and the founder and lead blogger of He is joined by his editor and his publicist for an inside look at the book and his... more

Please join us for a live interview with former model, television news reporter and commercial actress, PYNK as she discusses her latest book. SIXTY-NINE is a liberating story about sisterhood and friendship, and about how past... more

Please join us on April Fools' Day (no, this is not a joke ;)) for a special live discussion with 3 bestselling historical romance authors; all from different publishers! Authors include: Eileen Dreyer, Mary Jo Putney and Cathy Maxwell.... more

Please join us for a live discussion with Forever authors, Roxanne St. Claire, Cynthia Eden and Jami Alden. The romantic suspense genre is one of the hottest sellers in the industry and we have the hottest authors to talk about it! Roxanne... more

A conversation between Selina McLemore, Senior Editor at Grand Central Publishing, Leila Cobo, journalist and author of TELL ME SOMETHING TRUE, and Belinda M. Gonzalez-Leon from the National Hispana Leadership... more

A shocking act of terror brings the Middle East to the point of explosion. As the resulting political conflict threatens to erupt, a young Jewish-American lawyer joins the defense team of an arrested but possibly innocent Palestinian. Soon the... more

Jo Bracken grew up with possibly one of the wittiest and most practical moms in the 60s, Peg Bracken--who has a book to prove it: THE I HATE TO COOK BOOK. Jo talks about her mom's advice, what the book means to her, and its... more

Alexandra Lebenthal, who is active on the New York social scene, has written a debut novel about four socialites whose perfect Upper East Side lives get turned upside down when the economic collapse wreaks havoc on their pampered... more

Tom Rob Smith graduated from Cambridge University in 2001 and lives in London. His first novel, Child 44, was a New York Times bestseller and an international publishing sensation. Among its many honors, Child 44 won the... more