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Stacey Abrams' latest novel, While Justice Sleeps, will be adapted into a TV series by Working Title Television, part of NBCUniversal International Studios This follows a high-stakes bidding war Abrams, the former member of the Georgia House of Representatives and fervent voting activist's new legal thriller The book is out this week from Penguin Random House. "While Justice Sleeps"[...]
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In this episode, Jason chats about the Vampire: The Masquerade novel, Walk Among Us by Genevieve Gornichec, Cassandra Khaw, and Caitlin Starling Due out May 4, Walk Among Us is a collection of three horror novellas set in the World of Darkness universe, specifically Vampire: The Masquerade, one of their massively popular role-playing games (RPG). The Castle[...]
Bloomsbury Wins Alan Moore's Short Stories & Long London Novels At Auction
Bleeding Cool noted last month that Alan Moore had, for the first time, retained the services of a literary book agent, Watson, Little, who was to be auctioning a collection of Alan Moore's short stories and novel series called Long London. It appears they were successful in that endeavour, and Bloomsbury is to publish those works[...]
Marvel To Publish Audio Version of Fantastic Four Novel From 1979
The Marvel Novel Series were eleven prose books published by Pocket Books in 1978 and 1979, licensed from Marvel Comics and often written by comic book writers, such as Len Wein, Jo Duffy, David Michelinie, Marv Wolfman and Paul Kupperberg, In April, Marvel Comics will be releasing the fifth book, Doomsday by Marv Wolfman starring the[...]
Alan Moore Asks London to Take to the Streets - Extinction Rebellion
And it is Watson, Little. Alan Moore screencap – Extinction Rebellion As they state "Moore has never had an agent, and given his famous public disagreements with filmmakers on how they have adapted his stories, perhaps he should have." Alan Moore has published novels and novellas before now, notably his first novel Voice Of The Fire and his[...]
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Quentin Tarantino signs 2-Book Deal
Quentin Tarantino has signed a two-book deal with HarperCollins to write a novelization of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and a book about 70s movies Both books are slated for release next year. "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" by Quentin Tarantino, cover from HarperCollins As Deadline reported, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood will be[...]
Interview: Funhaus' Elyse Willems Talks About Her First Novel
But recently she took up a new endeavor as a writer, penning a brand new novel called A Night In Halloween House The book harkens back to an era when you'd buy an interesting title through the book fair at school and be taken on a cool journey you didn't expect This one centered around[...]
Little Island Productions Gets TV Rights For "The Book Of Malachi"
The gripping sci-fi, dystopian-themed, novel that is The Book of Malachiby author T.C Farren, is set to become a series by Little Island Productions The novel follows a man in his thirties, who is mute due to the loss of his tongue, and he seeks to restore his voice Because of this need, Malachi, the mute[...]
Canterbury Classics To Publish World Of Warcraft Illustrated Novels
Canterbury Classics will be releasing a new set of illustrated novels from the canon of World Of Warcraft this month The game by itself has a ton of lore that can be explored and has a deep-seated fanbase when it comes to novels But this one is a unique experience as you're getting a full[...]
Pictured (l-r): Jovan Adepo as Larry Underwood and Heather Graham as Rita Blakemoor of the the CBS All Access series THE STAND. Photo Cr: Best Possible Screengrab/CBS ©2020 CBS Interactive, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
CBS All Access offered fans a teaser for its upcoming 9-episode adaptation of Stephen King's 1978 novel The Stand during Sunday night's MTV VMA Awards, with the limited series adaptation hitting the streaming service on Thursday, December 17 (with episodes airing weekly on Thursdays) Though written by Josh Boone and Ben Cavell, the limited series[...]
A look at the opening scene to The Stand miniseries, courtesy of ABC.
To be clear, he wasn't saying that our current health crisis was on par with "Captain Trips" but that the path it's been taking (and how the government is responding to it) is a little more on-par with the novel that some might admit Flash ahead to last week when King once again took to[...]