#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!
We're always on the lookout for news to share with parents looking to ease their kids into the horror genre, and here's the early word on Nightmares!, Jason Segal's first big publishing deal with Random House Children's Books.
Now that we've hit the month of August, it's perfect beach weather, and who doesn't enjoy reading a good book while catching a few rays? We've learned about two new novels coming out on August 14th from Random House that should fit the bill for DC readers and their kids.
Yet another young adult book-to-film adaptation is on its way, but considering that the writer of the source material is Mark Frost, co-creator of "Twin Peaks", we're pretty optimistic about its prospects.
Anne Rice fans in Austin and Houston, Texas, have reason to celebrate as the author has added those two cities to her signing schedule for the recently released The Wolf Gift, and we have all the details right here!
If you've attended a horror convention, you've no doubt been star-struck once or twice, but it isn't often you see celebrities themselves in that position. That's exactly what happened when actor Joe Manganiello met author Anne Rice at her February 17th The Wolf Gift signing in LA.
Alfred A. Knopf Books, publisher of Anne Rice's The Wolf Gift, has created four broadsides featuring quotes from the novel to celebrate its release earlier this week, and you could win a signed copy of one of them. Read on for the details.
Anne Rice's new novel The Wolf Gift hit bookstore shelves and online outlets today, and she recently sat down with NPR to discuss a possible sequel, the appeal of supernatural fiction, the struggle between good and evil, and what's next on her agenda. Read on for all of that and more!
Reading is fundamental, kids, so maybe you should put down the video games and read a book... about video games. Read on for the latest tome of terror related goodness.
Anne Rice has posted a new video on her YouTube page discussing her upcoming book The Wolf Gift, and one thing that caught our attention is that her protagonist's transformation isn't a painful ordeal, but rather a sensuous experience in which he enjoys his increased strength and heightened senses. And that's just the beginning of the new werewolf mythos she's created. Check it out for a lot more details, but first here's a list of cities added to her promo tour in support of the novel.
We're just about a month away from the release of Anne Rice's upcoming return to the supernatural genre, The Wolf Gift, and while we await word of just how extensive a book tour the beloved author might embark upon in support of it, we do know of one location where she'll be making an appearance and signing: Books Inc. in San Francisco's Opera Plaza.
Just about a week ago we got our first look at the cover art for author Anne Rice's upcoming return to the supernatural genre, The Wolf Gift, and now her publisher has provided the book's full synopsis, which we must say just has us even more anxious for February of next year!
When it comes to modern horror literature, there's been a big hole in recent years since Anne Rice opted to leave the genre; however, that's all about to change with the publication of The Wolf Gift this coming February 14th, 2012. Anne is back, and we couldn't be happier! Take a peek at the book's cover art, pre-order your copy from Amazon, and listen to Anne herself speak to the fans about her new novel.
Now this is my kind of Twilight story! For the first time in 40 years, The Harvard Lampoon will publish a parody novel, this time putting a tongue-in-cheek spin on Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling Twilight series. The book is entitled Nightlight.