Covering TheDa Vinci Code Sequel : A placeholder jacket for The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown's sequel to his blockbuster The Da Vinci Code has magically appeared on the book's detail page this morning. Gone are the mysterious eyes of the Mona Lisa with nothing to replace them...for now anyway. Wondering what fans of the series would like to see on the book's jacket?
A Peek Behind the Wizard's Curtain: Meghan Cox Gurdon reviews author Evan Schwartz's Finding Oz: How Frank L. Baum Discovered the Great American Story in today's Wall Street Journal. Hard to believe that Baum's classic American fairytale was published 109 years ago. Called the Harry Potter tale of its time, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was penned by a struggling writer who went from rags-to-riches seemingly overnight. Remind you of anyone? [WSJ]
Tori Dishes on Candy and More: Sona Charaipotra serves up a interview with Tori Spelling on the occasion of the "reality" star's latest book Mommywood, which is hanging out at in Amazon.com's top 100. Spelling fields such hardball questions as "Did you ever think one day you'd be saying, "Wait, I wanted to change that diaper"? [Daily Beast]
Lights Out for Twilight: The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Deseret Books, which is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will no longer stock Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series on the shelves of its retail stores. [via Shelf Awareness]