Few authors look out for their fans like Stephen King does. He's known for releasing excerpts of his books prior to publication, and his latest, 11/22/63, is no exception. Read on if you're interested in checking out a sneak peek of the novel provided by King's publisher, Scribner.
Written by Nicole Vlachos and Lane Morris Published by Black Bed Sheet Books
He’s taken on aliens. He’s taken on Pumpkinhead. He’s even taken on Ghostface. Now iconic genre actor Lance Henriksen is taking on the publishing world.
After the success of (VERMIN: Book One of the Stanley Cooper Chronicles (review here)), author Scott A. Johnson brings his reluctant clairvoyant back in his eighth novel, PAGES: Book Two of the Stanley Cooper Chronicles.
The cover art for Stephen King's new time travel inspired book 11/22/63 has made its debut online, and as always we've got a look at it right here for you. Let's hope that the ripple effect caused by the changing of events yields many an unexpected horror! Look for 11/22/63 to hit book shelves on November 8th, 2011. Synopsis
Guido Henkel's famous ghosthunter, Jason Dark, returns; and, along with Siu Lin, we finally get to meet the Victorian era's most famous detective in person. Being the tenth entry in this popular series, Henkel has promised appearances from many characters from throughout the series. As well as the return of an old nemesis.
Rarely has a magazine impressed us as much as the brand spanking new Mad Monster. Coming in fresh out of the crypt, this is not your ordinary reading material ... in fact it's one of the single most creative, fun, and interactive things we've ever gotten our claws into filled with games, toys, paper models, etc. Prepare to be blown away!
No self-respecting horror fan should ever admit they don’t know who Jovanka Vuckovic is. Former editor-in-chief of Rue Morgue (the best horror magazine out there, in my opinion), she is an expert on the horror genre, a filmmaker and now a horror author. Her brand new book, Zombies!
Our readers know that one area we make a lot of effort to focus on is horror literature, and today comes a book that every horror fan should add to his/her collection: Stephen Jacobs' mammoth tome Boris Karloff: More Than a Monster.
Some interesting news came in today for fans of Stephen King's The Dark Tower. Despite previous reports that the series was done (at least in book form), it was announced today that The Dark Tower: The Wind Through the Keyhole is set for release in 2012.
What if you had the opportunity to step back decades through time and change things? Would things end up for the better, or would your actions set off a ripple effect of unexpected horrors to come? That's the gist of things when it comes to Stephen King's latest book, 11/22/63.
Uninvited Books is a new independent press dedicated to restoring the mantle of visionary artistry, subtle craftsmanship, and psychological sophistication to dark literature; and along those lines they have announced the recent publication of Robert Dunbar's Willy.