On January 26, The New York Times announced plans to discontinue its weekly graphic novel bestseller list as of February 5. There are three subcategories on the list, including manga, softcover graphic novels, and hardcover graphic novels. While it is possible for graphic novels to make the general bestseller list, they will no longer be specifically featured as a genre.
Anne Rice promised fans a major announcement about Lestat’s future, and she definitely delivered. The author announced on her Facebook page that she has regained theatrical rights to The Vampire Chronicles and is planning a TV series!“The theatrical rights to the Vampire Chronicles are once again in my hands, free and clear! I could not be more excited about this! --- A television series of the highest quality is now my dream for Lestat, Louis, Armand, Marius and the en... Read More
Thanks, Disney-Hyperion, for sending me a copy of Spindle!Disney-Hyperion really likes to give books away to our readers, and we certainly support this. In fact, they're looking to give away another novel, called Spindle by EK Johnston, as well as a super cute miniature sewing machine to one lucky tweeter/Facebooker. Don't get it twisted, though. This isn't some happy-go-lucky book about domesticity we're talking about here. The book's syno... Read More
I started reading vampire books as a teen and was instantly intrigued by these mysterious creatures. I like each book for different reasons and love losing myself in a different vampire world with every book I open. This is a list of some of my favorites over the years -- and one I’m looking forward to reading!
Dracula by Bram Stoker (1897)Considered by many to be the first modern vampire, it centers on Count Dracula’s attempt to move from ... Read More
For those die-hard Whovians out there searching for a Doctor Who fix as we wait impatiently for this year’s Christmas special, do I have a treat for you! BBC and seasoned Who writer Justin Richards are bringing the Doctor all the way across the pond to America in Doctor Who: The American Adventures, where readers can enjoy new shenanigans in new locales.