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#SDCC14: Knopf Doubleday Bringing Anne Rice, Chuck Palahniuk, Daniel H. Wilson, and More to the Show

Random House’s Knopf Doubleday group returns to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, and they'd love for attendees to visit them at Booth #1515. Read on to see which authors will be there!

Daniel Wilson's Amped Moves to Working Title Films

The film adaptation of Amped, Daniel H. Wilson's thriller about technologically enhanced humans, has found a new home at Working Title Films, and with the talent involved in the project, it's no wonder they snapped it up once the rights became available due to the Lionsgate/Summit merger.

R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour Renewed for a Third Season; Author Shares a Story on Twitter

You have to wonder if the creators behind Twitter had any idea of how influential and informative the site would become. For instance, author R.L. Stine has used it not only to announce the renewal of his TV show, "The Haunting Hour", but also to unveil a new very short story.

Stephen M Irwin Talks The Dead Path, the Green Man, and Spiders!

On October 5, 2010, Doubleday will be releasing one of THE scariest books I have had the privilege of reading so far this year. The book, The Dead Path, is already available in the UK (under the title The Darkening) and Australia. Dread Central recently had the great good fortune to speak with the author about his first book (this guy comes out swinging!), and as is almost always the case with Aussies, he was gracious, hilarious and someone whose future works I look forward to reading.

Contest and Trailer for Peter Straub's A Dark Matter

Fans of Peter Straub (Ghost Story, Shadowland, The Talisman and Black House with Stephen King), take note! On Tuesday, February 9, 2010, Doubleday will be releasing Straub's latest chiller, A Dark Matter (review here).

Irwin, Stephen (The Dead Path)

On October 5, 2010, Doubleday will be releasing one of THE scariest books I have had the privilege of reading so far this year. The book, The Dead Path, is already available in the UK (under the title The Darkening) and Australia. Dread Central recently had the great good fortune to