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As Amazon Appeals To Ebook Authors In Hachette Dispute, Bestselling Writers Take Out Ad Against The Online Bookseller

By Victoria Pavlova | 10th August 2014

It’s no secret that times have been tough for both authors and traditional publishers since the advent of Amazon. Recently, the conflict has received renewed attention because of the lengthy court battle with publisher Hachette...

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Amazon Respond To Authorsunited's Criticism

By Hannah Woodhead | 10th August 2014

The argument between online sales giant Amazon and publisher Hachette Book Group has been rumbling on for a while, but now a group of over 900 authors have banded together to publish an open letter...

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900 Authors Take Out Ad "To Stop Amazon Harming Livelihoods"

By Michael West | 9th August 2014

Over 900 authors including JK Rowling, James Patterson and Donna Tartt, have backed a full-page ad in the New York Times, calling on Amazon "to stop harming the livelihood of the authors on whom it...

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Stephen King "Used The Wrong Word" To Describe Dylan Farrow's Sex Abuse Claims

By Lauren James | 6th February 2014

Stephen King has been compelled to apologise profusely after comments that he made regarding Woody Allen's daughter, Dylan Farrow, and her claims that her father sexually abused her when she was a young girl. In...

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Hilarious & Terrifying 'Carrie' Prank Stuns Coffee Shop Customers [Video]

By Lauren James | 9th October 2013

Ahead of the November release of the modern reboot of Stephen King's horror classic, Carrie, promotions are underway to build up as much buzz around the new movie as possible. The team chose to pull...

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Stephen King Performs A Masterstroke With The Horror Sequel 'Doctor Sleep'

By Nick Hill | 29th September 2013

The long-awaited sequel to Stephen King's 1977 horror classic 'The Shining' has finally been released in the form of 'Doctor Sleep' which was published on September 24th 2013.'The Shining' cemented King's dominance in the horror...

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'Doctor Sleep' Released: 5 Of The Weirdest 'The Shining' Conspiracies

By Lauren James | 24th September 2013

Fans of Stephen King will be excited to learn that he has finally penned a follow-up to his 1977 horror novel, The Shining. Entitled Doctor Sleep, the new book will return to the characters of...

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Stephen King Will Follow-up 'The Shining' Story In New Book, 'Doctor Sleep'

By Joe Wilde | 20th September 2013

Stephen King has a new book coming out, but with his latest release the literary champion has promised something a little extra as he revisits one of his most famous works: The Shining. His new...

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Stephen King Will Pick Up Where 'The Shining' Left Off With 'Doctor Sleep'

By Joe Wilde | 19th September 2013

Stephen King will pay Danny Torrance another visit as he returns to one of his most celebrated and famous works to date; The Shining. King has finished writing Doctor Sleep, the follow-up to the well-known...

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'Under The Dome' Debuts On UK Tv After Us Success: Are Critics Won Over?

By Lauren James | 20th August 2013

Under The Dome, the premise is simple: the residents of small American town Chester's Mill find themselves separated from the rest of the world by a giant physical barrier, known as 'the dome.' No one...

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UK Gets Stephen King's 'Under The Dome,' Tonight

By Jack de Aguilar | 19th August 2013

The trials, tribulations and population of Chester's Mill – the fictional town in which Under The Dome, Stephen King's sci-fi drama is set – will become all too familiar to UK TV audiences tonight (Mon,...

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'50 Shades' Author E.l James Rakes It In As Forbes' Richest Author

By Lauren James | 13th August 2013

They say sex sells, and now author EL James can attest, as the Fifty Shades of Grey creator perches on top of Forbes' author rich list. Amazingly, on the back of her raunchy trilogy alone,...

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Cbs Wins Bidding War For Steven Spielberg's Astronaut Series 'Extant'

By Michael West | 8th August 2013

Steven Spielberg's futuristic thriller Extant - a serialized drama - has been picked up by CBS Television Studios for next summer. Spielberg, Greg Walker and Mickey Fisher, who penned the script, will executive producer alongside...

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New Steven Spielberg Series, 'Extant,' Green-lit By Cbs

By Joe Wilde | 8th August 2013

Steven Spielberg's newest television project, Under The Dome, is proving to be the latest success for CBS in it's late night programming. In a bid to capitalise on this current run of success, the TV...

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Cbs Stepping Back 'Under The Dome,' And Stephen King's Invited

By Jack de Aguilar | 30th July 2013

The televisual adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, Under the Dome, will be coming back as CBS have ordered another season of the mystery/horror/drama. Not only will fans get more of their favourite dome-based action,...

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Stephen King On J.k. Rowling's Pseudonym - 'What A Pleasure'

By Jack de Aguilar | 16th July 2013

J.K. Rowling was living out Stephen King’s dream when she wrote The Cuckoo's Calling as Robert Galbraith, enjoying the anonymity bestowed on her by that pseudonym. King, who wrote under the name Richard Bachman, praised...

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Jk Rowling's 'The Cuckoo's Calling' And Other Famous Authors Who Suffered Publisher's Rejection

By Elinor Cosgrave | 15th July 2013

J.K. Rowling's latest work, The Cuckoo's Calling, was turned down by at least one publisher. Yesterday (Sunday 14th July), Kate Mills of Orion publishing house admitted she had rejected the novel. This was following Rowling's...

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Stephen King's 'Under The Dome' "Could Be Just What We've Needed"

By Elinor Cosgrave | 26th June 2013

Stephen King's novel Under the Dome, adapted into a miniseries, aired yesterday (June 25, 2013) in the US and has been met with favourable reviews. The horror writer's 2009 novel had a huge audience of...

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Richard Matheson, Author Of 'I Am Legend', Dies

By Elinor Cosgrave | 25th June 2013

Richard Matheson has led a long and interesting life. Born in Brooklyn he started his writing career when some of his short stories were published in 1950. The author's subsequent career, spanning 60 years, including...

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Renowned 'Smart Sci-fi' Writer Richard Matheson Passes Away

By Joe Wilde | 25th June 2013

Richard Matheson, the man behind such noted titles as I Am Legend and countless The Twilight Zone episodes, passed away on Sunday (June 23), aged 87. A writer for film, television and in the traditional...

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Stephen King Adaptation 'Under The Dome' Will Star Twilight's Rachelle Lefevre

By Hayley Avron | 20th February 2013

Rachelle Lefevre will be joining the new CBS sci-fi drama Under the Dome, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Twilight star is pegged to play the role of Julia, an investigative reporter who has recently...

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Stephen King's 'Under The Dome' Adapted For The Small Screen

By Lorna Greville  | 29th November 2012

Some of the best films ever made have been Stephen King adaptations. The Green Mile, It, The Shining and Carrie are all Stephen King originals. Incidentally Carrie is being remade and, released next year, will...

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Shawshank Redemption 'Most Inspiring Movie'

13th September 2007

Shawshank Redemption, the 1995 film starring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins, has been named as the most inspirational movie by a poll of film fans.The tear-jerking film, which was based on Stephen King's novel, sees...

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