ANNOUNCEMENTS 09/15/09

 

Sorry for the delay on the announcements folks. There is good news you want to know this time though.

NATE KENYON — His novel “The Reach” has been optioned for film (fingers crossed that it goes into production, I’m still waiting for the film version of Ray Garton’s “Live Girls”). This book has the potential to be an entertaining film and more deserving of your hard earned dollars than the deluge of remakes flooding the theatres lately. I’ve also been told by Mr. Kenyon that he has turned in his fourth novel “Sparrow Rock”, which he says, “it’s my best book yet. People are going to be blown away by this one.” And after finishing “The Bone Factory” I can believe it. Keep your eyes out for it and when you see it snag a copy, in the meantime read “The Bone Factory”. The premise is similar to SK’s “The Shining” but the connections end there. The suspense is chilling and it isn’t just the isolated Canadian community being hit by a blizzard that freezes your spine in fear, there’s a man in the woods looking over your shoulder as you turn the pages. I read it and I definitely advise you to get it.

MORPHEUS TALES MAGAZINE — The free preview of Issue 6 is up and worth the looksee. Morpheus Tales is a magazine filled with quality fiction at a price you will find hard to beat and judging from what I’ve read in the preview this issue is more of the same good stuff. http://www.morpheustales.com/preview6.pdf Check it out.

DARK DISCOVERIES — I picked up a copy of this magazine the other day when I saw it finally show up at a local newstand. It’s been on my “to buy” list for a while and I’m glad I did. The newest issue is a “50th Anniversary Twilight Zone Special Issue” and the articles (not normally a selling point for me in a magazine, I buy for the fiction usually) are worth the cover price. They are very informative and the interviews are so cool they give you shivers. I’ve been so busy reading the non-fic I haven’t even had a chance to read the stories yet. I’ll be honest and tell you I’m waiting for the right moment to read Richard Matheson’s “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet”. http://www.darkdiscoveries.com

That’s it for this edition of the Announcements. Until next time, friends.

Brandon

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