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Jack Ellis books released as by Stephen R. George

  The Jack Ellis novels Seeing Eye and Nightlife have been released as eBooks by Crossroad Press, this time under my own name, which is a bit strange to see.  Zebra recommended the pseudonym, originally, for Nightlife, but when Seeing Eye appeared, written a year before Nightlife, it also came out under the Jack Ellis byline. […]

Adios, Elvis – a long time coming

Two-and-a-half decades ago (can it really be that long?), as a lark, I wrote a three-day-novel with my friend George Godwin.  We spent a weekend without sleep, in different rooms of my house, banging out chapters, one after the other.  What can I say, it seemed like a good idea at the time! Now, George […]

Mirror, Mirror now available as eBook

If it were left up to me, it would likely take years to get all my books ready for release as eBooks.  Thanks to the efforts of Crossroads Press, there are now six of my books available in various digital formats.  The latest is Mirror, Mirror, a psychological thriller originally released under the pseudonym Valerie […]

Bloody Valentine, Torment and Beasts released by Crossroads Press

Crossroads Press has released Bloody Valentine, Torment and Beasts as eBooks, now available on Amazon, Barnes and Nobel, Google Play, and for iBook. This brings to five the number of my Zebra titles that Crossroads has re-issued. Once again, I’m quite happy with the covers. Each represents the book fairly accurately, and each somehow manages […]

Beasts cover preview

Beasts, my second novel for Zebra Books back in the 1980s, is being re-released by Crossroads Press. Date to be confirmed. In the meantime, here’s a preview of the cover, by Crossroads Press designer/artist/editor David Dodd. I quite like the approach David took with this one. It’s a naturalistic interpretation of the story and what […]

Deadly Vengeance coming from Crossroads Press

Buy Deadly Vengeance at Amazon.com. I’m happy to say that the next of my books that Crossroads Press will release is Deadly Vengeance. The cover, by David Dodd above, is their interpretation of Cobalt, the dog in the story. Compare to the original Zebra paperback cover below. As Zebra covers go, this one was actually […]

Best of Horror Library Kindle Edition

A note from Ed Becker at Farolight Publishng. The Kindle edition of The Best of Horror Library is now available for pre-order via Amazon. For all those readers who prefer to imbibe their horror literature electronically, starting today they can place your orders for the anthology that HorrorUnderground.org called “the shining star” of the Horror […]

Nightscape available in eBook format

Nightscape has been published in eBook format by Crossroad Press under their Macabre Ink imprint.  Nightscape costs $3.99 and is available from a variety of online sellers including Amazon,  Barnes and Noble,  Smashwords and Kobo. The book should also be available at some point on Google Play and Apple iBooks. Originally published in 1992, this […]

Crossroad Press to release Stephen R. George eBooks

Well, it’s official.  Crossroad Press will convert and publish all Stephen R. George eBooks.   Crossroad, under their Macabre Ink imprint, has a long list of horror authors, including some Zebra and Leisure authors who were publishing at the same time I was.  They really seem to have a handle on digital publishing and, even more […]

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 […]

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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