All content tagged 'Jerome Charyn'
- New books by Jerome Charyn, Walter Satterthwait and Stuart Kaminsky
19 new eBooks available today, featuring characters like Isaac Sidel, Joshua Croft and Toby Peters.Read more
- New video profile featuring Jerome Charyn
We've got an exclusive video profile featuring Jerome Charyn, author of the Isaac Sidel series.Read more
- Jerome Charyn on a blog tour
Jerome Charyn's Isaac Sidel series is garnering rave reviews on a currently-in-progress blog tour.Read more
- Trailer for 'Hard Apple', based on Jerome Charyn's Isaac Sidel series
Check out the trailer for Hard Apple, an animated series in development based on Jerome Charyn's Isaac Sidel series.Read more
- New short story from Jerome Charyn available as $1.99 eBook
Today we have a new short story from Jerome Charyn, The Lord of Sugar Hill, priced at $1.99.Read more
- 'Blue Eyes' by Jerome Charyn discounted to $2.99
Later this month we're releasing Under the Eye of God, a first Isaac Sidel novel from Jerome Charyn in more than a decade. To mark the occassion, we've discounted the first Sidel novel, Blue Eyes, down to $2.99 at Amazon (and the other sales sites should follow shortly).Read more
- Authors talking about 'Banned Books Week'
It's Banned Books Week, in which we celebrate important works that have been banned for one reason or another over the years. Ken Bruen, Jeromy Charyn and David Handler weigh in...Read more
- Kinky Friedman on Jerome Charyn's new Isaac Sidel novel
Author and musician Kinky Friedman wrote about Jerome Charyn's new Isaac Sidel novel for Tablet.Read more
- 'Under the Eye of God' by Jerome Charyn now available
The first Isaac Sidel novel in a decade is now available in print and digital formats.Read more
- New releases from Corbett, Charyn and MacLeod
We've got new backlist eBooks from David Corbett, Jerome Charyn and Charlotte MacLeod--as well as a brand new novella from Charyn featuring his Elsinore and Paradise Man character, Holden.Read more
Authors tagged 'Jerome Charyn'
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