Last Chance For Two Of Our Biggest Books For 2014: Screamplays and Smoke and Mirrors

Screamplays featuring Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Richard Matheson, Richard Laymon, Harlan Ellison, Joe R. Lansdale, and Ed Gorman!

Smoke and Mirrors featuring original works by Neil Gaiman, William Peter Blatty, Stewart O’Nan, Frank Darabont, William F. Nolan, Joe Hill, Brian Keene & Michael Oliveri, Poppy Z. Brite, Kealan Patrick Burke, Mick Garris, Ray Garton, and Joe R. Lansdale!

Both HUGE Books Headed To The Printer Now And We’re About To Set The Final Print Run!

We’re sending two of our largest books of the year to the printer next week, and due to the incredible cost of printing books of this size, we’re not producing many extras, so this is your last chance to place your preorder and GUARANTEE yourself a brand new, mint copy from the publisher! We cannot imagine ever doing a second printing of these books given their production costs, so don’t miss out!

edited by Richard Chizmar and Martin H. Greenberg
HUGE Oversized Hardcover! 9 inches by 12 inches and 545 pages!

ScreamplaysIntroduction by Dean Koontz

Featuring nearly 30 pieces of interior artwork by Glenn Chadbourne and a creepy cover painting by Les Edwards!

About this Special Edition:
This massive oversized special edition will weigh in at 545 pages and feature a mind-blowing 9 X 12 trim size, just like The Secretary of Dreams by Stephen King! To make this an even more special edition, Glenn Chadbourne has contributed nearly thirty original drawings and paintings, which is another reason why some collectors are calling this a great companion to the The Secretary of Dreams! (See some sample images in our Free Extras section on the website.)

About the Book:

You don’t need a movie theater or a DVD player to savor the best in cinematic terror and suspense. All you need is your own imagination and this collection of spine-tingling scripts by the titans of shock storytelling. Whether you’re a movie buff or a thriller freak, you’ll savor these seven full-length film and TV scenarios, including Stephen King’s “General,” Richard Matheson’s “The Legend of Hell House,” and Richard Laymon’s “The Hunted,” plus chilling works by Harlan Ellison, Joe R. Lansdale, and Ed Gorman. With a fascinating introduction on fright films by #1 bestselling author Dean Koontz.

Table of Contents:
“Introduction” by Dean Koontz
“General” by Stephen King
“The Legend of Hell House” by Richard Matheson
“Moonlighting” by Harlan Ellison
“Killing Bernstein” by Harlan Ellison
“Dead in the West” by Joe R. Lansdale
“Track Down” by Ed Gorman
“The Hunted” by Richard Laymon

Read more or place your order today while supplies last!

Smoke and Mirrors
edited by Richard Chizmar
HUGE Oversized Hardcover! 9 inches by 12 inches and 435 pages!

Smoke and MirrorsThis special edition also features a deluxe 9 X 12 trimsize, just like The Secretary of Dreams by Stephen King, and weighs in at 435 pages, making it another massive book!

This Cemetery Dance Publications special edition is a World’s First and there are no other editions planned at this time, so place your order today if you don’t want to miss out!

About the Book:
Tales of horror and the fantastic have been told in many ways over the centuries — around the campfire, on the stage, in books and movies, and even on television — but no form is quite so visceral and direct as the script.

Whether it’s a stage play, a feature film screenplay, or the script for a classic horror comic, these acclaimed authors aren’t just putting black text on a white page. The writing may seem clean and simple at first, but the authors are actually creating worlds; they’re luring you into their creations and before you know it, there’s no way out. You’re part of the story and you have to keep turning the pages until you reach “The End” or “Fade Out.”

The big question is: will you survive to see the final curtain call?

Come now, take your seat, and let the show begin. You have nothing to fear but your own imagination.

Read more or place your order today while supplies last!

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