Check Out These Stephen King Themed Art Pieces From Hero Complex Gallery’s Shadows In The Dark II Exhibition

If you are a fan of Stephen King movies and books then you’ll love these spooky art prints from the new Shadows In The Dark II horror themed exhibition at Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles.  Check them out HERE and pick up a few posters to HANG on your walls next Halloween! Daddy’s HomeContinue reading “Check Out These Stephen King Themed Art Pieces From Hero Complex Gallery’s Shadows In The Dark II Exhibition”

Face Cards: King of Horror By Jason Edmiston

One of my favorite artists is Jason Edmiston. I have a bunch of his cool art adorning my office walls! I especially love his “Eyes Without a Face” prints which capture pop culture icons only by their unmistakable eyes. Today Jason posted a new piece of art via social media in which he paints onContinue reading “Face Cards: King of Horror By Jason Edmiston”

Does Stephen King And Richard Chizmar’s Book ‘Gwendy’s Final Task’ Connect To ‘The Dark Tower’? Fans Think So!

The cover art for the final book in the New York Times bestselling Gwendy’s Button Box trilogy from Stephen King and Richard Chizmar has been released and King fans are going wild! The Dark Tower is pictured on the jacket amongst a field of roses. Constant Readers know that The Dark Tower is Stephen King’sContinue reading “Does Stephen King And Richard Chizmar’s Book ‘Gwendy’s Final Task’ Connect To ‘The Dark Tower’? Fans Think So!”

Stephen King Releases New Short Story “Red Screen” For Charity On Humble

Humble Charity has teamed up with legendary author Stephen King for a once in a lifetime opportunity. Presenting, Red Screen, a never before published work, exclusively available through Humble Bundle. In this unsettling short story, a cop interrogates a deranged plumber who just murdered his wife, only to discover something far more insidious. Pay whatContinue reading “Stephen King Releases New Short Story “Red Screen” For Charity On Humble”

Watch Stephen King On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Part-time Florida resident Stephen King returns to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to discuss his latest book “Billy Summers” and list the many reasons he’s unhappy with Governor Ron DeSantis.  In the second video we find out which of Stephen King’s stories are his personal favorites? The legendary author reveals his top 5 picksContinue reading “Watch Stephen King On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”

Signed Stephen King Book Raffle To Benefit The Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library

This August the Friends of Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library will raffle off ten signed Stephen King books. Tickets are now on sale and a live online drawing is set for 12 P.M. on Wednesday, September 1. Tickets cost $15 for one entry, $30 for three and $10 for each ticket thereafter. One winning ticket per individualContinue reading “Signed Stephen King Book Raffle To Benefit The Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library”

Stephen King Says He Plans To Write A Novel About The COVID-19 Virus

On “The View,” the best-selling author Stephen King discusses his new novel “Billy Summers” and reacts to misinformation being spread about the COVID-19 virus.

Stephen King Talks About His New Thriller, Billy Summers On Good Morning America

Stephen King’s new book, which is already getting rave reviews, is about an assassin for hire and the struggle with his last job. The prolific author discusses his latest novel, Billy Summers on Good Morning America.

Stephen King Takes Us Inside the Process of Writing Billy Summers

“Did you know that you could sit in front of a screen or a pad of paper and change the world?” asks a character in Stephen King’s Billy Summers, having just written her first work of fiction. She could easily be describing King himself, the legendary storyteller responsible for over sixty global bestsellers, who hasContinue reading “Stephen King Takes Us Inside the Process of Writing Billy Summers”

Read An Excerpt From Stephen King’s New Thriller Billy Summers

In Stephen King’s latest thriller, he swaps the supernatural for more traditional scares: Billy Summers (out Aug. 3) follows a killer-for-hire, a former sniper in the Iraq war who uses a career as an author as cover for his more sinister pursuits.  Read an excerpt HERE.

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