Paul Tremblay Signs Two Book, Six-Figure Contract with William Morrow

Paul Tremblay Signs Two Book, Six-Figure Contract with William Morrow

Paul Tremblay, the author of the superb The Little Sleep and, of course, a friend of LitReactor, has signed a six-figure deal for two books with publisher William Morrow, GalleyCat reports.

The first of the two books in the deal will be a literary horror novel entitled A Head Full of Ghosts. Details about the second novel have not been revealed.

Paul has proven his literary mettle with some wonderful takes on established genres, so we here at LitReactor are eagerly anticipating his debut with William Morrow, and wish him the best in his endeavors.

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sean of the dead from Madisonville, KY is reading Peckerwood, by Jed Ayres February 21, 2014 - 8:11am

His story in The New Black was one of the best short stories I've read in quite a while, and I've been lucky enough to read A LOT of good stuff lately. Good for him!

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Frnkl from Brescia, Italy is reading The Stand by Stephen King February 21, 2014 - 8:14am

Wow, I mean, GREAT. But I can't help wondering: Was the "six-figure" detail SO important to be revealed?


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Renfield from Hell is reading 20th Century Ghosts February 22, 2014 - 12:35am

Well deserved

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Jack Campbell Jr. from Lawrence, KS is reading American Rust by Phillipp Meyer February 22, 2014 - 7:19am

I'd say the six figure aspect is pretty important since it means they are putting faith and support behind him rather than just taking a chance. There is a big difference between six figures and a couple grand you just hope you can recoup in royalties.