Sandra Brown Backlist Titles Coming to eBook

Written by Brandon Williams on Thursday, February 28th, 2013

Grand Central Publishing has announced that 25 of the backlisted titles of romantic suspense author Sandra Brown will be making their way to the eBook format for the very first time ever. The releases will be made in conjunction of her upcoming novel, Deadline (released September 17th).

0

Chick Palahniuk Announces Three New Books

Written by Julie Vegas on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

Chuck Palahniuk has announced both titles and release dates for his next three books. First, he is following his novel Damned up with a sequel entitled Doomed. Here’s how he describes the upcoming novel in his own words:

0

Philip K. Dick Novel Gets Syfy Adaptation

Written by Julie Vegas on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

The Hugo award-winning alternate history classic The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick will be adapted into a four-hour mini-series by Syfy. Frank Spotnitz, a producer on X-Files, will write and executive produce the adaptation. Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions will produce alongside Headline Pictures, Electric Shepherd Productions and FremantleMedia International. The […]

0

DC Comics Responds To Orson Scott Card Backlash

Written by Julie Vegas on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

DC Comics received criticism recently for hiring anti-gay advocate Orson Scott Card to write for a Superman comic. “As content creators we steadfastly support freedom of expression, however the personal views of individuals associated with DC Comics are just that – personal views – and not those of the company itself,” DC told the Advocate.

0

Amazon Prime To Stream Stephen King’s “Under The Dome” Mini-Series

Written by Julie Vegas on Tuesday, February 19th, 2013

This summer, CBS will air the television mini-series adaptation of Stephen King‘s Under the Dome. But if you don’t want to watch it on CBS and you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can watch it episodes on their streaming service.

0

George R.R. Martin To Adapt New Shows For HBO; Fans Unhappy

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, February 11th, 2013

With the hit television show Game of Thrones, author George R.R. Martin has signed a new two-year deal with HBO to develop new shows. However, his fans are not too happy about the announcement. What’s the problem? They want more books.

0

BlackBerry, Gaiman Announce New Project

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, February 11th, 2013

BlackBerry has announced that it will be collaborating with author Neil Gaiman on a year-long project. The project is called A Calendar of Tales and installments will be released on a monthly basis. One interesting little twist is that readers will be encouraged to contribute. “I’ve always been fascinated by the relationship between fans and […]

0

Flavia De Luce To Get British TV Adaptation

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, February 11th, 2013

With the fifth novel of the Flavia de Luce series coming out, the 11 year-old detective is also going to be making her way to television. “It’s incredible, it’s almost unbelievable,” says author Alan Bradley regarding the fact that Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty) will be at the helm of the proposed series.

0

Stephen King Discusses “Doctor Sleep”

Written by Ella Thomson on Monday, February 11th, 2013

Stephen King recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about his upcoming novel, Doctor Sleep. It is, of course, the sequel to his classic novel The Shining. “When the [sequel] idea would pop up in my mind I would think, ‘Now Danny’s 20, or now he’s 25. … I wonder if he’s drinking like his father?’” he […]

0

Stephen King Pulls Novel “Rage” From Sale

Written by Julie Vegas on Friday, February 1st, 2013

In an essay he published titled Guns, Stephen King explained why he pulled his novel Rage off of the market. “My book did not break (them) or turn them into killers,” King wrote.

0