Hodder & Stoughton
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!
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?
British publishing house Hodder & Stoughton has released a trailer for Stephen King's upcoming 11/22/63 which we think perfectly evokes the time and mood of that era. Check it out and see if you don't agree.
Consider yourself a big zombie fan? Then how would you like to have a character named after you in an upcoming zombie novel entitled The Return Man? We've got the skinny on just how to accomplish such a thing.
Tomorrow, November 9th, is a day Stephen King fans have been waiting on for quite some time now. His new four-novella collection Full Dark, No Stars hits bookstore shelves everywhere, and to celebrate, the fourth and final official trailer for the tales has appeared online. On tap for today is "A Good Marriage" by Swedish director Tomas Nordstrom.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with a new trailer for Stephen King's upcoming four-novella collection, Full Dark, No Stars, from Future Shorts and UK publisher Hodder and Stoughton? What we have here is "Fair Extension" by Olaf Wendt.
Is there a better way to kick off the week of Halloween than with some news from the Stephen King camp? How about a look at the second trailer for King's new book, Full Dark, No Stars, from Future Shorts and UK publisher Hodder and Stoughton? What we have here is "Big Driver" by Karen Palmer.
To celebrate the launch of Stephen King's new book Full Dark, No Stars, Future Shorts and UK publisher Hodder and Stoughton have worked with four of the most exciting directors in the Future Shorts network to create four film trailers ahead of the release. First up is "1922" by Stefan Stuckert.
Just like movies that have different posters for different countries, most books also have different covers, and today we have a look at the UK artwork for Stephen King's upcoming collection of four novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars.
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.