Cemetery Dance's special edition of Stephen King's The Shining sequel, Doctor Sleep, sold out in record time. If you missed out, here's a look at a few color interiors from artist Vincent Chong that include an introduction to two main characters, Abra Stone and Rose Flanagan.
At the beginning of the month we showed you Scribner's US artwork for Stephen King's The Shining sequel, Doctor Sleep, and now we have a look at what UK folks will be getting from publisher Hodder & Stoughton. Doctor Sleep is being released on September 24th, 2013, and we can't wait!
A short while ago we got to see what Cemetery Dance was putting together for its special editions of Stephen King's Doctor Sleep, and now finally Scribner has unveiled the official artwork for its hardcover edition of King's long awaited sequel to The Shining.
The other day we told you about the special editions of Stephen King's Doctor Sleep that are coming our way from Cemetery Dance Publications, and now we have a look at some of the black & white artwork that is exclusive to them. Check it out, but beware of spoilers!
Excited about Doctor Sleep, Stephen King's upcoming sequel to The Shining? Then you just may want to splurge on Cemetery Dance Publications' Slipcased Oversized Hardcover Gift Edition.
Stephen King on Doctor Sleep's Origins, a Possible Movie Prequel to The Shining, His Legacy, and More
A few weeks ago EW released some teasers from its in-depth interview with Stephen King for Doctor Sleep (coming in September), and now they've published the whole thing. We have several highlights here.
Stephen King's The Shining sequel, entitled Doctor Sleep, is being released on September 24th, 2013, by both Scribner and Hodder & Stoughton, and recently Entertainment Weekly caught up with the author to talk about his long awaited book.
Stephen King's The Shining sequel, entitled Doctor Sleep, is being released on September 24th, 2013, by both Scribner and Hodder & Stoughton as opposed to the originally announced date of January 15th, 2013. Hell, we waited this long; what's a few more months?
It looks like 2013 is going to begin with a bang as Stephen King's The Shining sequel, entitled Doctor Sleep, is being released on January 15th by Scribner. Just in case you're on the fence, check out the book's newly released synopsis right here.
For the first time in more than a decade, Stephen King will narrate a full-length audiobook, The Wind Through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel, to be published on April 24, 2012.
We use the term "Master of Horror" often. Sometimes it applies, sometimes ... not so much. But there is no arguing that Stephen King is not only a Master of Horror, but perhaps THE Master of Horror. And we're lucky enough to have a video of him reading from his upcoming book, the sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep.
For my money neither of the adaptations (film, TV miniseries) of Stephen King's The Shining did the book justice, and it remains my favorite of everything he's written, which is why I'm really looking forward to its sequel, Doctor Sleep, and am super happy to pass on King's recent description of it.
I'm sort of ashamed to admit I only read "The Shining" for the first time this summer. But I'm a big Stephen King fan, regardless, and have kept up with the majority of his recent output. That's precisely why this bit of news excites me. King's been on a winning streak with his last few forays into the horror genre so what better time to hone a sequel to one of his most beloved works?
We reported yesterday on Stephen King's supposed plans to write a sequel to The Shining, as relayed by Toronto 1st. Sadly some new first-hand info has come to light denouncing their report.
Now THIS is pretty damned interesting ... a sequel to one of Stephen King's most beloved terror tales written by the man himself? Consider our attention officially gotten!