Thursday, February 23, 2006
The two book deal between Riverhead Books, a Penguin imprint, and James Frey, whose memoir "A Million Little Pieces" has been under attack for months, is apparently off. Frey's spokesperson Lisa Kussell said yesterday that Frey, whose book is still selling briskly on the paperback bestseller list, won't be writing new titles for Riverhead. Warner Brothers had also been considering making a film out of "A Million Little Pieces" but seems now to be rethinking that option. Read more here.