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Cemetery Dance Publications is now offering Deluxe Special Editions of Full Dark, No Stars. With three flavors to choose from, the Constant Reader should act fast as these beautiful limited editions will be gone in a flash.
Project Update 10/18:
"And as Stephen looked upon the breadth of his domain he wept... For there were no more submissions to laugh at."
Hear ye... Hear ye... Lord Stephen has made his top-twelve choices! Master's deftly-made and righteous selections can be viewed at the link below. His lordship also extends his many thanks to everyone that made this a fun and exciting summer project.
New! View Stephen's Top-Twelve Selections
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Stephen has announced a unique photo submission project entitled "Stephen's Empire." For more information on this fun summer project, check out the promotional page at the link below.
Stephen's UK publisher, Hodder & Stoughton, have produced four mini films to promote Full Dark, No Stars. They will be releasing a new video each week between now and the 9th of November when Full Dark, No Stars hits stores.
Scribner will be releasing new audiobook samples from Full Dark, No Stars every week between October 12th and November 2nd. The first clip available is from the story 1922 and features the voice acting of Craig Wasson.
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Watch for more samples on the dates below:
Big Driver - Now Online
Fair Extension - Now Online
A Good marriage - 11/2
Stephen has changed his mind and agreed to do a book signing for Full Dark, No Stars on Thursday, December 2nd at RiverRun Bookstore in Portsmouth, NH. This is the only book signing scheduled at this time for the release of this book, but we will let you know if he does decide to add more. For full details see the link below.
USA Today has published a story about American Vampire and its themes. With several quotes from Stephen, the story offers insight into the hardcore nature of American Vampire. You can read the full article on their web site using the link below.
NBC Universal has released an in-depth press release that details the overall plans to make the long awaited Dark Tower film and TV projects a reality. Most importantly, the release delves into exactly how the oscar-winning team will structure the projects for both film and television.
With comments from just about every executive team member, this release answers many of the questions the Constant Reader has been waiting to hear more about.