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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.
The second audio excerpt from Stephen King's upcoming Full Dark, No Stars is now available from the book's official website, this time from "Big Driver", along with author King's liner notes for that novella as well as "1922". In addition, we have expanded synopses for both stories.
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.
Turns out Stephen King has changed his mind about not having a signing for his upcoming Full Dark, No Stars four-novella collection as one has been scheduled for Thursday, December 2nd, at RiverRun Bookstore in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
With the November 9th release date for Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars quickly approaching, publisher Simon & Schuster is starting its promotional efforts for the book, which include a short commercial and an audio excerpt, both of which we have for you right here!
In this era of the Kindle and similar devices, it'll be interesting to see how the audio book fares, but considering the talent that's signed on to narrate Stephen King's upcoming Full Dark, No Stars, odds are it's here to stay. Who are we talking about? Read on for the details.
Planning your summer vacation and looking for some reading material to take along with you? If you're not hitting the road until after July 4th, then you might be interested in picking up a paperback copy of Stephen King's latest, Under the Dome.
It's pretty small and low-res, but we know that for Stephen King fans any news is good news, so we're happy to provide you with an early look at the cover art for his upcoming collection of four novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars.
For a guy who supposedly retired back in 2002, Stephen King sure does have a full plate! Not only has he revealed the four story titles and plot synopses for his upcoming collection of novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars, but he's also got a brand new novella that practically nobody's even heard of yet coming out April 20th!
If you've been on the fence as to which version of Stephen King's upcoming novel Under the Dome to buy -- the hardcover, the audio CD, or the super special collector's edition -- the illustrations that hit online recently from the latter just might help you make up your mind.
If you missed out winning a copy of Rick Yancey's The Monstrumologist during our recent contest, don't despair. In an unusual turn of events, publisher Simon & Schuster is making the entire book available online for free for the next week via the innovative iPaper application from Scribd.
It's rare that we post a five-knife review for anything at Dread Central so after reading Elaine's critique of The Monstrumologist (review here), I have to say my interest in the tale is definitely piqued. If yours is, too, then you'll want to read on for the details of a new contest we're running.
I can’t think of anything that’s been floating around in my head for 25 years, outside of various explicit fantasies that I’m sure you don’t want to read about here, so it’s pretty impressive to me when someone, even someone like Stephen King, is able to take something he’s had in his brain pan for so long and actually get it on paper