The Vampire Diaries Blowout: 3 Prequel Novels Coming, Ep. 18 Stills, Ep. 20 Preview

Now this is the way to end a Friday -- With a slew of stills and news about one of our favorite shows, The Vampire Diaries. If you're not watching by now, you're really missing out, especially considering the turn of events that occurred in last night's episode.

Stephen King's Blockade Billy Sneaking Out April 20th; More Full Dark, No Stars Details

For a guy who supposedly retired back in 2002, Stephen King sure does have a full plate! Not only has he revealed the four story titles and plot synopses for his upcoming collection of novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars, but he's also got a brand new novella that practically nobody's even heard of yet coming out April 20th!

Cover Art for The Twilight Saga Eclipse: The Official Illustrated Movie Companion

Just as it did for Twilight and New Moon, Little, Brown Books for Young Readers is releasing an official illustrated movie companion book for Eclipse, and we've got an early look at its cover art.

New Twilight Novella Coming: The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner

No, it's not a new chapter in The Twilight Saga, but rather an expansion of an existing one. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, a division of Hachette Book Group, has announced today that it will release the first new title from Stephenie Meyer in nearly two years: "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner", a novella told from the point of view of Bree, a character originally featured in Eclipse (portrayed by Jodelle Ferland in the upcoming film of the same name).

New Horror/Suspense Novel from Brandon Ford: Pay Phone

Author Brandon Ford has released a new novel, entitled Pay Phone, and in a true sign of the times is about to embark on his third "viral" press tour.

New Novella from Eric S. Brown - How the West Went to Hell

Pill Hill Press recently sent over the news that Eric S. Brown is releasing a new novella this month entitled How the West Went to Hell that's primed to take readers on an Old West adventure of epic proportions.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Copy of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls

Can't get enough of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? Well, the prequel is here, and to celebrate, we're giving away a few copies to some lucky flesh-hungry winners!

Four Covers for Under the Dome's UK Paperback Release

Proving yet again that lately all the coolest things are coming out of the UK, British publishing house Hodder & Stoughton has announced that its July 8th paperback release of Stephen King's Under the Dome is being designed to generate the type of excitement usually expected from a major television or film launch.

New Book Trailer: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls

Can't get enough of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? Well, the prequel rolls out this month, and to celebrate, we've got the teaser trailer for the book that's just brimming with campy zombie action!

UPDATED: Next Stephen King Project Entitled Full Dark, No Stars

It's just a little tease, but according to Stephen King's official message boards, the scribe's next project will be entitled Full Dark, No Stars, and fans can look forward to seeing it in November of this year.

Another Joe Ledger Novel on Its Way: The Dragon Factory

Ex-Baltimore cop turned Special Ops shooter Joe Ledger is back in action in Jonathan Maberry's The Dragon Factory from St. Martin’s Griffin, and this time around he and his team from the DMS (Department of Military Sciences) square off against two competing groups of corrupt scientists.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win One of Five Copies of Joe Hill's Horns

In her review of Joe Hill's upcoming supernatural thriller Horns, due out on February 16th, Elaine calls it "a fast-paced, fascinating murder mystery/love story with a dash of the devil himself to spice things up." And, best of all, she snagged five giveaway copies of the author's sophomore novel from the publisher!

Joe Lansdale on Mojo Storytelling, His Upcoming Compilation, and More

Joe R. Lansdale has been called a Mojo storyteller, a cult figure, a gifted storyteller, a folklorist, and an American original. I prefer to think of him as a purveyor of the Southern Gothic genre with stops to deliver some of the best crime stories through his recurring characters Hap Collins and Leonard Pine. (If you haven’t read a Hap and Leonard story, you need to get with the program and pick up a copy of Savage Season, their first adventure.)