Monthly Archives: May 2015

Stephen R. George eBooks coming soon

Rights to my novels reverted to me in 2014 after some back and forth with Zebra Books.  I have recently started looking at publishing all my novels as eBooks. I’m currently considering a number of options to make this happen, but at this point am leaning toward working with Crossroad Press who seem to have […]

A Chainsaw Execution, reprint

My short story “A Chainsaw Execution” (Horror Library Volume II, March, 2007), is reprinted in The Best of Horror Library: Volumes 1 to 5 (Cutting Block Books, May 2015). I’ve always regretted the title I gave this story as it suggests there will be a detailed description of a chainsaw execution, but there is not.  […]

Welcome back!

I let this site, blog, and domain lapse a few years back, but I’ve revived it recently to coincide with the reversion of rights to my Zebra books.  Not a painless process, that, but not too bad. I requested the reversion of rights because I’ve had it in mind to publish eBooks of all my […]

Hello world!

This is the default “Hello world!” post provided by WordPress.  I’m not going to remove it, because in my other life I’m a web developer and programmer and have spent a fair amount of time writing “Hello world!” code.  I’ve got a soft spot for “Hello world!”. “Hello world!” is here to stay.

Stephen R. George

Stephen R. George's first novel, Brain Child, was published in 1989, by Zebra Books, New York. He quickly became a stalwart of the Zebra Books horror stable, publishing 14 novels through the 1990s. His shorter works have appeared in a number of […]


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