A graphic novel adaptation is on its way for D.R. O'Brien's horror-comedy mash-up Shakespeare vs. Lovecraft, and we have a few preview panels provided by the author that reveal Juliet is not the girl she used to be! Check 'em out!
A few weeks ago we got word about author D.R. O'Brien's new horror-comedy mash-up Shakespeare vs. Lovecraft, and now a trailer for the novella has arrived.
A few months ago we printed an excerpt from author Robert Dunbar's new novella Wood, and if you liked what you read but never got around to getting a copy for yourself, you'll want to pay attention to this latest bit of news.
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!
Acclaimed author Robert Dunbar is back with a new novella entitled Wood, which comes with the tagline: Blessed is the creature that knows its purpose. Did someone say "creature"? If your ears perked up, too, read on for an excerpt from the tale.
Looking for some fresh reading material for your Kindle or iPad bookshelf? How about thumbing through Dan Thomas' zombie horror novella Dark Highway about a hapless young salesman who is zombified by listening to sales motivation tapes?
The audio book version of Stephen King's Mile 81 novella, which is read by Edward Herrmann and Thomas Sadoski, will be released on January 10, 2012; and to help get you geared up for it, we have an excerpt that you can listen to via the comfort of your own computer.
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.
No, it's not a new chapter in The Twilight Saga, but rather an expansion of an existing one. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, a division of Hachette Book Group, has announced today that it will release the first new title from Stephenie Meyer in nearly two years: "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner", a novella told from the point of view of Bree, a character originally featured in Eclipse (portrayed by Jodelle Ferland in the upcoming film of the same name).
Pill Hill Press recently sent over the news that Eric S. Brown is releasing a new novella this month entitled How the West Went to Hell that's primed to take readers on an Old West adventure of epic proportions.
DOLOR creator Rick Florino has crafted a creepy little documentary about DOLOR: Chrissy and DOLOR: Lila (review here) exclusively for you lucky Dread Central readers, and it is packing everything that you'd expect!
There hasn’t been a serial horror story in quite some time. Probably John Saul’s Blackstone Chronicles is the most recent. But there is a new kid on the block now, Rick Florino’s Dolor, and this ain’t your mama’s serial horror.