Dean koontz book updates
Today I’ve added to completely new entries thanks to Alan Clark. The first is an essay titled “Situation Critical” published in Writer’s Yearbook 85. The second is an untitled essay published as a guest editorial in the June 1990 issue of Afraid: The Newsletter for the Horror Professional. (This one is interesting as Dean calls for the disolving of the Stoker awards due to horror authors being way to whiny and self-absorbed.) I’ve also added a bunch of new reveiws for Every Day’s a Holiday, Paper Doorway, One Door Away From Heaven, and Odd Thomas. Lastly I’ve filled in informaiton on the unpublished books Storm Front and Cold Terror.
Oh, and here’s a quote from “Situation Critical” for those of you interested in Dean’s writing about vampires.
“Now, Mr. King published Carrie, his first book, in 1975, by which time I had at least 25 novels already in print, several of which dealt with vampires, werewolves, and things that go bump in the night.”