After spending a week in Tokyo and scouring bookstores for Japanese editions of great books, David put together a list of some of his favorite books from Japanese authors.
The author of The Underground Railroad stopped by the Scribd office for a fascinating discussion of history, contemporary race relations, and what it’s like to join the pantheon of Oprah’s Book Club authors.
If you’re interested in learning more about business, or in the lives and rituals of some of the world’s top business leaders, then you’ll love our list of the best books by real-life CEOs.
Leading up to the spookiest night of the year, grab a blanket and cozy up with: Ransom Riggs’ companion novel to the delightfully creepy Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, a history of humanity’s never-ending war with rust, and Yaa Gyasi’s sweeping debut novel.
These books will help ensure your hard work is being recognized and rewarded. No matter what stage you’re at in your career, these tips from business experts will help you advance further.
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we’ve created a collection that highlights Hispanic and Latino writers and heritage.
Is Captain “Sully” Sullenberger’s memoir about the “miracle on the Hudson” better than the movie adaptation directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Tom Hanks?
We recently caught up with Deadspin columnist and GQ correspondent Drew Magary to talk about his history with writing, the inspiration behind his latest novel, and the difference between writing novels and features.
To celebrate the anniversary of The Oprah Winfrey Show, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite Oprah Book Club books.
Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to catch up on household chores, enjoy spontaneous cat-naps, and, of course, read some great books. We’ve put together a list of some of the best books to read for the holiday.
September’s Scribd Selects are now available! Enjoy this collection of editor-selected books and audiobooks without the use of a Monthly Read.
Labor Day weekend may be the unofficial end of summer, but it’s the start of fall reading with: Oprah’s latest book club pick, a chronicle of the making of The Room, a revisit of Jonathan Safran Foer’s debut, and a poignant look at life in Palestine.
Burning Man starts this week, which means artists, musicians, and even Silicon Valley CEOs are roughing it in the wilderness. That’s why we’ve collected an exhaustive list of must-reads for surviving a week in the desert.
Recently, President Obama shared his official reading list for 2016. To celebrate, we’ve collected a few of our favorite titles from his list.
We’re excited to introduce a new way for you to discover your next favorite read and dive deep into the interests that matter to you.
When Chuck Palahniuk came through San Francisco on a tour promoting the Fight Club sequel, we asked him to stop by Scribd’s offices and talk to us about it.
To make sure the odds are ever in your favor, we’ve matched our favorite dystopian novels with a fitting survival guide that will prepare you for these possible futures.
In this final splash of summer, be sure to: Read The Queen of Katwe prior to the movie adaptation’s release, learn some political history with Jeffrey Toobin’s The Nine and A.J. Somerset’s Arms in the run-up to November’s election, and kick back with some sci-fi from Drew Magary.
August Scribd Selects are now available! Enjoy this collection of editor-selected books, audiobooks, and comics without the use of a Monthly Read.
After seeing Jared Leto’s inspired performance as the Joker in the trailers for Suicide Squad, we wondered: where does he get his inspiration? What does he like to read? To help answer that question, we asked Leto to tell us about a few of his favorite reads.