Tag Archives: Simon & Schuster
Here it is! The cover for The Only Child. I hope you like it along with the words inside it, the latter available June 7, 2017.
Came home from a week away teaching in Colorado to find the first, hot-off-the-press, for reals edition of The Damned! And you can bring this seemingly harmless document into your own home on February 10…
I’m so thrilled to share the announcement that The Damned has taken its first step toward the movies! The film rights to the novel have been acquired by Legendary Pictures, a studio that has made some of my favorite movies … More
Thought I’d share a pic of me and my brilliant editor at Simon & Schuster, Sarah Knight, taken last night after an event at the International Festival of Authors in Toronto. (We don’t smile like that when taking kicks at … More
The new book has a title – The Damned – and a cover too. Both took a while to get right, but I gotta say, they feel like a perfect match right now. (The Damned is out February 2015 in … More
The US paperback is here! (And it will be out everywhere else March 11).
There isn’t a publication date (though it won’t be for a good while yet), and I can’t really tell you what it’s about (aside from it’s scary), and even what I’m about to reveal might end up being changed in … More
As most of North America huddles beneath blankets and leaves well-crafted excuses at work explaining how they can’t come in today, The Demonologist paperback is published in Canada! It’s an exciting way to start a new year – not just … More
Today’s the day that the e-book edition of Lost Girls, my first novel, becomes available as an electro-read in the U.S. for the first time. First published back through the dimmest mists of time (that is, 1999), it’s a book … More