Sunday, January 15, 2012

In 2012, King gives us more than last year!

With so many projects coming for King this year, 2012 could be exciting.   The Wind Through The Keyhole is the much anticipated Dark Tower novel revisiting our old pals Roland, Jake, Susannah, and Oy.  The art of Jae Lee will grace the pages of this new book.   

Cover art  of The Wind Through The Keyhole from  Release Date:  4/24/2012 Donald M. Grant publishers has released an excerpt here.  Another project that is due out early in the year are the comics which include King, Hill. and Matheson by the name of Road RageRoad Rage: Throttle and Road Rage: Duel.  Nelson Daniel the artist was the winner of a 2011 Eisner award  for The Cape. There will be 3 issues in all beginning in February 2012.

The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County will premiere in April 4 2012 thru May 13, 2012 @ The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta.  This "field trip" was a consideration for my family but couldn't commit to a date for the show.  So, needless to say, I'm hoping this musical goes nationwide, God willing.  My wish was to go opening weekend with the hopes to see King in the audience.  To those of you who are fortunate enough to see this musical opening weekend, applause.  If you have any experiences during this show come by and share them.  I'd love to hear your story. :D The release of the book and musical score will hopefully come out sometime this year. (fingers crossed) For more information on this show visit King's website for information  

Dr. Sleep is expected to release September 26, 2011 sandwiched right between my husband and mother's birthdays.  So what has that Danny Torrance been doing for the last 35 years?  I have a strong feeling this will be fansupernaturaltastic!


  1. I can't wait for The Wind Through The Keyhole! Just had to put that out there. ;)

  2. The Wind Through the Keyhole fits into the Dark Tower series between book four and five when Roland and his Ka-tet are forced to take shelter from a storm. While waiting the storm out Roland tells a tale from his past where he and Jamie DeCurry are sent to investigate some murders that involve a shape shifter called a skin-man. During this tale Roland tells the tale of "The Wind Through the Keyhole" to a scared child just as his mother did for him when he was a child. This addition to the Dark Tower series does not affect the story in the other seven books but instead adds a little insight to Roland's past and Midworld itself. Though not an essential story to the Dark Tower, it is a short fun read for any fan of the Dark Tower series and is also written well enough that readers do not need to read the first four books to enjoy it!


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