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Unlike Stephen King’s many other protagonists, Gwendy Peterson didn’t face the existential threat of a killer dog, demonic clown or alcoholic innkeeper. As the legendary horror author puts it, she was "dying in a desk drawer" in his Maine office until fellow writer Richard Chizmar came along and saved her.
The audiobook edition of Later, read by Seth Numrich, has been selected as a 2022 Audie Award Finalist in the Mystery category!
In another World's 1st Edition from Cemetery Dance Publications: a unique new book published in the old-fashioned "double" tradition!
The book includes A Face in the Crowd by Stephen King and Stewart O'Nan, for the first time in hardcover, and an expanded edition of The Longest December by Richard Chizmar. Additionally, cover artwork for both sides by Ben Baldwin, interior artwork for each novella by Mark Edward Geyer, and Special Editions include additional artwork by François Vaillancourt.
Award-winning narrator Marin Ireland will narrate GWENDY’S FINAL TASK, in which Stephen King and Richard Chizmar take us a journey from Castle Rock to another famous cursed Maine city to the MF-1 space station, where Gwendy must execute a secret mission to save the world. And, maybe, all worlds.
Pre-order your copy of this final audiobook in the bestselling GWENDY’S BUTTON BOX trilogy now to start listening on February 15th.
A decade ago, a large snowstorm pummeled the northeastern US, Minecraft made its debut, Curiosity left for Mars, and 11/22/63 hit shelves.
Stephen King and Richard Chizmar will be signing THREE copies of their World’s First Edition Hardcover of GWENDY'S FINAL TASK to be given away!
Sweepstakes alert! Now through October 24th you can enter here for a chance to win the audiobook edition of BILLY SUMMERS along with an iPad mini and a collection of amazing thrillers courtesy of Simon & Schuster Audio and Off the Shelf!
Stephen King's BILLY SUMMERS is not only a tense, taut, must-read thriller — it's the prolific author's most definitive examination of writing as a craft since ON WRITING! But, Stephen King wrote ON WRITING, his bestselling "memoir of the craft," in 2000; is he still following his own advice over 20 years later? In this episode of The Word According to Karp, Simon & Schuster CEO Jon Karp gets to the bottom of that question and tells some fun anecdotes about the King himself along the way!Watch on YouTube