Author D.R. O'Brien dropped us a line to let us know his new horror-comedy mash-up novella Shakespeare vs. Lovecraft is now available for all you avid e-readers out there. Shakespeare's characters duking it out with Lovecraft's creatures? Sign us up immediately!
Jacob Cooney is back with another volume of his "perpetual script series" known as Zombie Fiesta, which chronicles a group of survivors fighting to stay alive in a world overrun by the undead.
Exclusive Inside Look at the Enhanced Edition of Crystal Lake Memories; Available Friday, April 13th!
The wait is nearly over, kids. Next Friday, April 13th, the mother of all Friday the 13th fan collectibles, Crystal Lake Memories, will be available for purchase on Amazon, iTunes and more in an expanded and updated eBook edition!
We've previously mentioned Jacob Cooney here on the site in connection with his film projects, but now he's released a new eBook called Zombie Fiesta: Volume I, which was created out of his hate for writer's block... and affection for the undead.
Could it be possible? You bet your ass! A few weeks ago we announced that the ultimate Friday the 13th fan book, Crystal Lake Memories, was being expanded and updated. Today the news got even better!
Back in October we first learned about Scott Kessinger's Scream Deconstructed: An Unauthorized Analysis, and now the book about all four Scream films is poised to enjoy wider distribution via Kindle, Nook, Barnes & Noble, and international Amazon stores after its successful initial release.
One thing our parents and grandparents probably never could have imagined is the video trailer that's become so popular for book releases. And today we have a brand new one to share for Steve Alten's prequel entitled MEG: Origins, which is sold in all eBook formats and promises to be another nail-biting, terrifying journey into the Mariana Trench to a time when sea monsters ruled the oceans.
Quirk Books has teamed up with eBook company PadWorx (renowned for their #1 book apps Dracula: The Official Stoker Family Edition and A Christmas Carol for iPad) to release Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: The Interactive eBook for the iPhone and iPad (and soon the Android). We first heard about the app last summer, and now we have all the details.
As we approach the early November release of Stephen King's 11/22/63, publisher Simon & Schuster has provided a new trailer for the enhanced eBook version, which includes a 13-minute film, written and narrated by King himself, that will take you back--as the novel does--to Kennedy era America.
The latest installment in author Steve Alten's MEG series is a prequel entitled MEG: Origins. Sold in all eBook formats, MEG: Origins promises to be another nail-biting, terrifying journey into the Mariana Trench to a time when sea monsters ruled the oceans.
Children of the Sixties (and other fans of the era) should be quite excited to hear about an extra feature being included by Simon & Schuster in the enhanced eBook version of Stephen King's 11/22/63: a 13-minute film, written and narrated by King himself, that will take you back--as the novel does--to Kennedy era America.
As we told you a few days ago, Stephen King has a new eBook novella on the way this September entitled Mile 81, and now, thanks to his official site, we have word on what it's about. In addition, an excerpt from the author's upcoming 11/22/63 is included in the download. Talk about a win/win!
Can't get enough Stephen King? Then you'll be happy to hear he has a new eBook on the way this September entitled Mile 81.
"The Kensei", the long awaited fifth installment of Jon F. Merz's Lawson Vampire Series, about a hardboiled cynical elite spy/commando named Lawson who is also a member of a race of living vampires that have evolved in secret alongside humanity for millennia, recently hit the market; and coinciding with its release, the first four books in the series are now available on Kindle.
One thing you can count on here at Dread Central is our never ending quest to uncover the best horror fiction out there and share it with our readers. Today we got word of a new serial killer saga called Chalk from DC alumnus Ryan Acheson. Just don't expect your father's serial killer ... in Chalk he's a blatant racist!