This week’s excerpt brings a whole new meaning to ‘Plants vs. Zombies’. Click Read More and find out why!Read More
Authors Troy Denning, John Jackson Miller, and Joe Schreiber joined forces to form a blogging triumvirate for the Babel Clash blog hosted by Borders Books. Del Rey’s blog post of the week is actually numerous blogs all centered around writing in the Star Wars expanded universe.Read More
For the month of December I’ll post some of my own personal picks for holiday gifts, some of which I’m sure will also excite some of you, maybe to the point you add them to your gift lists!
Day 4: Death Trooper Deluxe Mini BustRead More
Every Friday, we here @ Del Rey Spectra will place a 50 page excerpt of a selected title on Suvudu. Whether it be science fiction, epic fantasy, alternate history, horror, urban fantasy, paranormal, the possibilities are endless.
This week’s excerpt comes from Chasing The Dead, by author Joe Schreiber. A nice little dose of horror to prime your Halloween weekend!Read More
Check out this awesome Death Trooper costume! I’m actually scared to see what’s under the helmet, but if you’d like to take a closer look, pick up Joe Schreiber’s Star Wars: Death Troopers, his Star-Wars-meets-Dawn-of-the-Dead novel – available tomorrow in mass market paperback – and look for the prequel Star Wars: Red Harvest in December.
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Joe Schreiber is the author of two new horror-tinged Star Wars novels, Death Troopers and the soon to be published Red Harvest. Schreiber discusses the fun, and challenge, of writing in such an established and well-loved franchise.
NYCC Interview with Joe Schreiber, author “Red Harvest” from Suvudu on Vimeo.Read More
After what felt like light years of anticipation, starwars.com released the final jacket image for Joe Schreiber’s upcoming novel Star Wars: Red Harvest. Joe shook up the Star Wars world last year with his depiction of zombie Stormtroopers, Wookies, and other aliens trapped onboard an Imperial Star Destroyer in his novel Star Wars: Death Troopers. [...]Read More
A few weeks ago, I got into a little discussion with my friends on Twitter (@bantamspectra) about the differences between paranormal romance and urban fantasy. The results (which were posted here on Suvudu), I thought, were pretty interesting.
But this got me thinking a little more about the genre. Or, more specifically, the state [...]