- Author: Craig Spector
- Page Count: 157
- Pub. Date: July 7, 2015
- Status: E-Book
by Craig Spector
About the eBook:
Eric Best's world is changing… not just a piece here or there, really changing.
His monotonous day job working for an Internet search engine company leaves him unfulfilled, so he starts writing an exciting screenplay.
His wife isn't happy with all of his time being monopolized, and their marriage is already a little rocky, but Eric is determined to finish what he started.
He's becoming more and more invested in his work. He's even having lucid dreams of his scripted universe... but more real.
Then he notices the changes.
Changes in his life that are impossible, wonderful, and even horrific...
CRAIG SPECTOR is an award-winning and bestselling author, editor, screenwriter, and musician, with eleven books published, millions of copies sold, and reprints in nine languages. His fiction has been published by Tor/St. Martins Press, Bragelonne, Bantam Books, Harper Collins, Pocket Books, Arbor House, and others; his film and television work includes A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 5: THE DREAM CHILD and projects for TNC Pictures, Anonymous Content, ABC, NBC, Fox Television, Hearst Entertainment, Davis Entertainment Television, New Line Cinema, Beacon Pictures, and Wonderful World of Disney. His feature film adaptation of ANIMALS was a 2010 release from TNC Pictures and Anonymous Content (distributed by Maverick Entertainment) and stars Marc Blucas, Nicky Aycox, Eva Amurri, and Naveen Andrews. Spector's graphic novel THE NYE INCIDENTS (co-created with Whitley Streiber) was a June 2008 release from Devils Due Publishing and has been optioned by RKO Pictures.
Spector is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston MA and an alumni of the Atlanta College of Art in Atlanta GA, and was the founder and Chief Creative Officer of the late Stealth Press, an Internet-enabled publishing company that specialized in quality hardcover reprints of titles by such authors as Peter Straub, Ray Bradbury, Clive Barker, Peter Atkins, William Nolan, Dennis Etchison, John Shirley, and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.
Spector's novel UNDERGROUND won Le Prix Masterton for best foreign novel of horror for 2008.
Spector divides his time between Richmond, VA and Los Angeles, CA.