Christopher Golden

Updated December 30th, 2013

You know they say that idle hands do the devil's work. Good thing I'm always busy.

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January 2014 is going to be Golden's biggest month ever. Why?
- SNOWBLIND, an original hardcover novel from St. Martin's Press
- CEMETERY GIRL, BOOK ONE: THE PRETENDERS by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden from InkLit
- DARK DUETS, edited by Christopher Golden
- KING OF HELL, the *last* Peter Octavian novel

Christopher Golden's horror novel SNOWBLIND updates the ghost story for the modern age. The small New England town of Coventry had weathered a thousand blizzards . . . but never one like this. Icy figures danced in the wind and gazed through children's windows with soul-chilling eyes. People wandered into the whiteout and were never seen again. Families were torn apart, and the town would never be the same. Now, as a new storm approaches twelve years later, the folks of Coventry are haunted by the memories of that dreadful blizzard and those who were lost in the snow. As old ghosts trickle back, this new storm will prove to be even more terrifying than the last.

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Get ready for CEMETERY GIRL, a new graphic novel trilogy by Charlaine Harris and Christopher Golden. The first volume, THE PRETENDERS, comes out in January 2014. The authors have completed the script for the second volume. Harris is the author of the Sookie Stackhouse novels, aka the Southern Vampire Mysteries, which inspired the TV series True Blood.

THE SHADOW SAGA is a brilliant epic that takes you into the secret world of vampires -- and a secret society sworn to destroy them. Sweeping, sensuous, and shocking, it is a powerful vision of immortality that will hold you in its spell . . . forever. The last novel in the line, KING OF HELL, will be released in January. Learn more about the series.

Pick up TELL MY SORROWS TO THE STONES, the all-new Christopher Golden short story collection. Published by ChiZine Publications, the collection includes a vast array of stories and an introduction by the great Cherie Priest.

Check out the STORE page to get Christopher Golden's latest e-books, including the Body of Evidence series, The Menagerie series, the Prowlers series, Strangewood, Straight on 'til Morning, Pyre, Soulless, Storm Warning, and more.

Follow FOUR SUMMONER'S TALES, which contains novellas by four authors, Kelley Armstrong, Christopher Golden, Jonathan Maberry, and David Liss, all based on the same prompt: "A stranger comes to town, offering to raise the townsfolk's dearly departed from the dead - for a price."

Christopher Golden is writing the SONS OF ANARCHY comics miniseries for BOOM! Studios. "It's the best show on television and I'm thrilled to be on board," he says. "I can't wait for the SAMCRO fans out there to see what we have in store." The first two issues are now available.

Golden calls BALTIMORE, or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire "the coolest project [he's] ever been involved with." Months after a devastating plague ends World War I, Europe is suddenly flooded with deadly vampires. Lord Henry Baltimore, a soldier determined to wipe out the monsters, is on the hunt for the creature responsible for this chaos and his own personal tragedy. What he uncovers is a terror as horrific and frightening as any he's seen on the battlefield.

There's more to that story: Dark Horse Comics has published
additional mini-series and graphic novels, with more Baltimore stories on the way. Check out the newest installment, BALTIMORE: THE INFERNAL TRAIN, as well as the third volume of collected Baltimore stories, BALTIMORE: A PASSING STRANGER AND OTHER TALES.

New Regency has acquired film rights to BALTIMORE. Golden and Mignola will write the screenplay. David Goyer will direct. We will keep you updated as the production moves forward.

Download the Baltimore electronic press kit. Read an excerpt of the book, watch a video interview with the authors, and get the press release, cover image, author photos, biographies, and more.

Golden is currently working on his novel TIN MEN, which has been optioned by Warner Bros. for film and has already been picked up for publication in half a dozen countries. More on that later.

The MAGIC ZERO quartet, originally known as the Outcast series, features an unforgettable adventure. A young boy named Timothy has great potential for power - no magic necessary - in this action-packed fantasy series from New York Times bestselling authors Thomas E. Sniegoski and Christopher Golden. All four books are available: Magic Zero, Dragon Secrets, Ghostfire, and Battle for Arcanum.

READ 'EM AND REAP

THE WAKING, a trilogy of thrillers written by Christopher Golden under the pseudonym Thomas Randall, will keep you up late reading. Kara Foster thinks the hardest thing about moving to Japan will be fitting in as an outsider. But dark secrets are stirring at her new school. When Kara befriends Sakura, a fellow outsider whose rebellious nature sets her apart from the crowd, she learns that Sakura's sister was the victim of an unsolved murder on school grounds. And before long, terrible things begin to happen. It starts with nightmares - strange, otherworldly dreams that wake Kara in terror every night. Then more students start turning up dead, with strange marks on their bodies. Is Sakura getting revenge on those she suspects are responsible for her sister's death? Or has her dead sister come back to take revenge for herself? Learn more about The Waking.

Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola teamed up for the novella FATHER GAETANO'S PUPPET CATECHISM. It concerns an orphanage in Sicily during the second World War, a young priest given a new responsibility, and a strange bit of magic. Check out the Father Gaetano website and electronic press kit.

Also check out the novella JOE GOLEM AND THE DROWNING CITY by Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola as well as the short story JOE GOLEM AND THE COPPER GIRL, the latter of which is available as an eBook for just 99 cents. Buy it now!

In THE SECRET JOURNEYS OF JACK LONDON, the classic adventure novel gets a hypermodern, paranormal update from bestselling authors Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon. The world knows Jack London as a writer who lived his own thrilling, real life adventures. But there are parts of his life that have remained hidden for many years - things so horrifying even he couldn't set them down in writing. These are the secret journeys of Jack London. Follow him in Book One: The Wild, Book Two: Sea Wolves, and Book Three: White Fangs (forthcoming). Learn more about the series. Download the electronic press kit (EPK).

Fox renewed its option on THE SECRET JOURNEYS OF JACK LONDON after receiving a fantastic script from John Collee, who wrote the screenplays for Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World and Happy Feet.

In the ancient world there was a myth about a king, a treasure, and a hellish labyrinth. Now the doors to that hell are open once again... Christopher Golden has written the official novel based on Uncharted: The Fourth Labyrinth, Naughty Dog's award-winning videogame franchise. Learn more about the book.

Now there's an easy way to purchase the THUNDERGOD graphic novel. Simply use the options below! The graphic novel collects the mini-series by writer Christopher Golden and artist Albert Debnam, originally published by Crusade Comics. The graphic novel, published by Digital Webbing, has a cover by Michael Avon Oeming and includes the final chapter from Caliber Press.

THE SECRET BACKS OF THINGS, Christopher Golden's first-ever collection of short stories, takes readers into a realm rich with legends, folklore and myths, while still finding a place for some modern tales and even a couple Hellboy stories. Order The Secret Backs of Things eBook from Necon. Learn more about the collection.

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