NEWS - 11/22/63
Here is a very cool Japanese edition of 11/22/63.
Here is a Swedish teaser for the upcoming 22/11 1963.
Here's what the paperbacks for 11/22/63 looks like.
Here is a trailer for the UK paperback edition of 11.22.63
And here he talks about and read from the book.
Here is the cover for the UK paperback edition of 11.22.63. It's released July 5th.
Scribner has announced that 11/22/63 will be out in paperback in October 2012 and also that both The Talisman and Black House will be re-released in hardcover in November. That and the fact that there are no other King book scheduled for this fall might get the optimist hoping that a third book about Jack Sawyer is closer than we know… Well OK that is probably not the case but you can hope, right?Posted: February 21, 2012, 21:37:41
11-22-63 has been nominated to the Los Angeles Times Book awards 2011.
Read more here.
Thanks to Herbert West
Originally King had a different ending to his latest book 11/22/63 but after a suggestion from his son, Joe Hill, he changed it and now it looks like we might actually get to read the original ending as well… Here are what the moderator of King’s official board had to say about it.
I've read both of them and have been meaning to ask him if he would consider putting the first version on the site so people could compare. He told me he'd changed it because Joe had seen some problems with the way the first one was written but I don't know with 100% certainty whether Joe gave him specific ideas for the rewrite.
I was able to ask Steve about this, so here's his answer. Joe only told him that Jake had to meet Sadie again when she was an old lady but how that happened was completely Steve's idea so what we've read in the book was all Steve's writing based on Joe's suggestion to have Jake see Sadie one more time . He also told me it would be okay to put up the original version of the ending but I need to wait at least a month before doing so to give more people the chance to read it as published.
So, keep checking King’s site for that original ending to pop up.
Thanks to Pablo. Posted: December 5, 2011, 23:59:28
This was just sent to me in an email from Veryfinebooks:
Book Signing Tour 11/22/63 Update
Date: December 14
Time: 7:00 PM
"Walmart will be distributing 400 guaranteed and 200 non-guaranteed wristbands beginning at 7:00 AM on Wednesday, December 14th. If there is time after the 400 guaranteed wristbands have gone through the line, the 200 non-guaranteed line will begin. Limit 1 signed book per person. "
Please contact Walmart to verify the event and their special instructions. It's going to be a very popular event and so most likely you will need to show up many hours in advance.
We have provided the information below:
5455 Atlanta Hwy.
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Tel -(770) 475 - 4101
11/22/63 is listed on The New York Times Top 10 Best Books of 2011. A first for King! Congratulations!Posted: December 1, 2011, 20:43:27
Check out this cool promo for the audio edition of 11/22/63.Posted: November 30, 2011, 18:56:27
Here is a letter from King to the editor of NY Times called A Stephen King Thriller: What Motivated Oswald?Posted: November 21, 2011, 20:39:38
An hour long video from King's appearance at the JFK Library can now be seen over at StephenKing.com. During the hour King reads from 11/22/63 and gets interviewed with Tom Perrotta.Posted: November 17, 2011, 14:13:41
Here are some photos from the King book signing in Florida this past Monday.Posted: November 17, 2011, 00:04:04
Here is an interview with King from MSNBC's morning show Morning Joe.
Thanks to Henrik Nielsen
The 11/22/63 contest is over and before I let you know who the lucky winners are, here are the correct answers.
Question 1: What is the difference in the title between the US and UK title of 11/22/63?
Answer 1: UK = 11.22.63, US = 11/22/63
Question 2: Who is narrating the audio edition of 11/22/63?
Answer 2: Craig Wasson
Question 3: What’s included in the enhanced eBook that’s not in the trade hardback?
Answer 3: A 13 min film.
Question 4: Characters from another King book appear in 11/22/63, from what book?
Answer 4: IT
Question 5: Who did the cover for the UK hardback of 11/22/63?
Answer 5: Alasdair Oliver
And now the winners…
The five US audio editions go to Bryant Burnette, Brian Thompson, Lea Scott, Hans Guth and Ann Wills.
And the four UK hardbacks go to Peter Leach, Hans von Wirth, Tori Ley and Danijel Bogdanovic
11/22/63 UK Fan Appreciation Giveaway
In celebration of the release of 11/22/63, StephenKing.com is proud to announce we will be holding a fan appreciation giveaway for fans in the UK. Entries will be accepted from 6:00 AM GMT through 11:59:59 PM GMT on 14 November. (See Complete Rules for details)
Fans located within the United Kingdom will be able to submit their contact information using the form located at the link below during the hours listed above. From those entrants, we will randomly select 25 users to receive a free hardcover edition of 11/22/63.
Source: Newsletter from StephenKing.com
Here is an interview with King from Hardball with Chris Matthews.
Thanks to Henrik Nielsen Posted: November 11, 2011, 13:23:06
Here is my review of the audio version of 11/22/63. It's quite similar to the review of the book but read through and you'll find comments on the audio book.Posted: November 10, 2011, 20:23:51
Here is an interview with King made by Jian spoke over at CBC Radio's Q.Posted: November 10, 2011, 16:36:21
Starting now you can enter a random drawing for a chance to buy the signed edition of 11/22/63 (ends 4p ET Fri). Head over here and good luck to everyone who (can) enter!Posted: November 10, 2011, 16:29:30
Errol Morris interviews King for The New York Times.
Here is the latest update from S&S about the signed edition of 11/22/63
Due to the overwhelming demand for the signed edition of Stephen King’s 11/22/63 we have decided to offer the opportunity to purchase these books through a random drawing. Winners will be chosen at random and will have the opportunity to purchase the signed edition for $150.00 plus $9.99 for shipping/handling, plus any applicable taxes.
Drawing Starts: Thursday 11/10/11 at 10:30am EST.
Drawing Ends: Friday 11/11/11 at 4:00pm EST.
More information: http://pages.simonandschuster.com/112263signed ·
Any previous orders submitted prior to noon ET on Tuesday 11/8/11 will be honored.
We apologize for any inconvenience you may have experienced trying to order yesterday and thought this was a fair way to give everyone an opportunity to win the chance to purchase the signed edition.
Only one book per household
Must use a US credit card with a US billing and shipping address
Books will not be shipped to Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, P.O. Boxes, international addresses, APO/FPO addresses, or prisons/correctional facilities.
No retail/wholesale accounts
*Signed by the Author *Chapter opening photos *With DVD *Shrink-wrapped
Here is an interview/article called Why Stephen King Is Taking Aim At Lee Harvey Oswald.Posted: November 9, 2011, 13:02:58
The italians sure know how to promote a book...
Here is a blogpost by Philippa Pride, King's British editior about the publication of 11/22/63.Posted: November 8, 2011, 23:20:19
Here is King's interview from The Today Show earlier today.
Here is a webcast from JFK Library and Museum. King reads from 11/22/63 and talks about his long literary career with novelist Tom Perrotta.Posted: November 8, 2011, 20:44:38
Here are photos of the front and back of the MP3 audio edition of 11/22/63. Over 30 hours cramed into three discs.
Due to technical difficulties with S&S eCommerce, the signed limited ltd edition of 11/22/63 will not be for sale until 11/10 @10:30am.Posted: November 8, 2011, 00:35:17
This list of appearances was posted by the moderator on King's board. Mark your calendar.
We will add information as we receive it for other events.
The JFK Library will web-cast this event at their site from 1:30-2:30 PM at this link. They will then have it available at their web site within another couple of weeks and we're hoping they will share a copy so we can have it on the Multimedia section here.
The Today Show (check your local listings for times in your areas)
Stephen will be doing two segments but we don't have exact air times yet for them.
Morning Joe (check your local listings for times in your areas)
No exact air time yet for Stephen's segment
Hardball with Chris Matthews (check your local listings for times in your areas)
No exact air time yet for Stephen's segment
The Today Show - Sunday edition (check your local listings for times in your areas)
No exact air time yet for Stephen's segment
NPR, Weekend Edition Sunday with Audie Cornish (check your local listings for times in your areas)
No exact air time yet for Stephen's segment
Here is my review of 11/22/63. Go out and get it!Posted: November 6, 2011, 00:52:05
King's site is running a appreciation giveaway on November 8th in which you can win a copy of 11/22/63. Unfortunately it's only open to fans in the US.Posted: November 3, 2011, 13:28:11
Here is a promotion site from Scribner for 11/22/63. Looks really cool if you ask me...
The moderator of King's message board just gave us some additional info about the limited edition of 11/22/63.
"My understanding is that 850 will be going on sale. There are more that were signed (1,000 total) that are being held back for author copies and for the publisher's use."
Tip sheets are flat signed (which just means no personalization). They are not numbered editions, just signed and will not be personalized as they are being shipped out immediately and Steve does not have the time to personalize them in any case with the book tour coming up.
Here is a short Q&A with King about 11/22/63.Posted: November 1, 2011, 23:43:26
Here is the interview King did with Wired.
Thanks to Bryant Burnette
This info was sent out to members of King's email list:
11/22/63 Signed, Limited Edition
The signed limited edition of 11/22/63 will go on sale at 9 AM ET on Tuesday, November 8th. This will be available on-line only through Simon & Schuster's web site. There will be a one book per customer limit, available to consumers only, no retail accounts. This is also limited to domestic US sales only.
Price $150 plus shipping & handling. Books ship immediately
Limited time offer. Available while supplies last.
* Signed by the Author
* Chapter opening photos
Personally I don't like that they are limiting this to fans in the US though, that's just wrong if you ask me... Posted: November 1, 2011, 20:14:43
Head over to King's site for a commercial clip for 11/22/63.Posted: November 1, 2011, 11:34:35
Here is the polish cover for 11/22/63 or Dallas 63 as the polish title will be. You can check out different versions of it here.
Apparently King is interviewed in this month's WIRED magazine as part of a "time travel" section. King talks about the new book 11/22/63. I haven't seen this one myself so I don't know about spoilers or if it's online.
Thanks to Brent Phillips
Brian Freeman got a copy of the finished 11/22/63. You can see photos of it here.Posted: October 25, 2011, 14:07:00
Entertainment Weekly has published a 30 minutes long excerpt from 11/22/63. You can enjoy it here.
Beware though that it's taken from a bit into the book. Just a warning to those of you that wants to read it from the beginning...
Thanks to Ari
Today I got a finished copy of the UK edition of 11/22/63 and let me tell you, it was really nice to have a new King book in my hands.
StephenKing.com has an interview with Craig Wasson who narrates 11/22/63.Posted: October 17, 2011, 00:43:18
Here's a trailer for the enhanced eBook edition of 11/22/63.
Thanks to Herbert West
Here is a picture of Hodder & Stoughton's limited ed. of 11/22/63.Posted: October 14, 2011, 22:56:47
A new signing has been announced. Here is what it says on StephenKing.com:
Stephen will be doing a book signing on December 14 starting at 7PM at Walmart Store #4436, 5455 Atlanta Hwy., Alpharetta, GA 30004.
Walmart will be distributing 400 guaranteed and 200 non-guaranteed wristbands beginning at 7:00 AM on Wednesday, December 14th. If there is time after the 400 guaranteed wristbands have gone through the line, the 200 non-guaranteed line will begin. Limit 1 signed book per person.
The fourth audio excerpt from 11/22/63 is up on StephenKing.com.Posted: October 11, 2011, 21:58:56
A second event in Dallas has been announced. King's official site reports that A Real Bookstore will host a King event on November 11. There will be a reading and audience Q&A.
A third clip from the audio edition is now available from StephenKing.com. Hear it herePosted: October 10, 2011, 23:28:02
Hodder & Stoughton is releasing a limited version of 11/22/63 and it looks like PS Publishing is the place to go if you want one.
11.22.63 [Collector's Limited Edition & DVD] by Stephen King
THIS PRODUCT IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER.
All orders are processed on a strictly first come first, served basis, so please order in good time to avoid disappointment. The anticipated release date is stated below but please be aware that finished products may take longer to arrive from our printers.
Please check our NEWSROOM section or better still subscribe to our NEWSLETTER for regular updates.
PUBLICATION DATE: November 2011
EDITION: Slipcased Hardcover with DVD written and narrated by Stephen King, which will take you back to the Kennedy-era America.
PRINT RUN: 500 with deluxe binding, photographic endpapers and with author's facsimile signature.
The second audio excerpt from 11/22/63 is now out. Check it out on King's official site.Posted: October 3, 2011, 16:00:37
StephenKing.com has published an excerpt from the audio edition of 11/22/63.
There will be more excerpts published on Oct. 7, 10, 14, 17, 21 and 24 so check back on those dates.
Thanks to Ari
Here is the cover for the enhanced eBook edition of 11/22/63.Posted: September 26, 2011, 21:11:01
Here are news about King's apperance in Dallas Nov. 10.
Stephen will be appearing at The Majestic Theatre, 1925 Elm Street, Dallas, TX in an on-stage conversation. This is a charity benefit for The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza whose staff was instrumental in assisting Stephen with his research while writing 11/22/63. Tickets will go on-sale on Wednesday, October 5 at 9:00 a.m CT.
For more information about the Museum and this event, please visit their site at http://www.jfk.org.
Scribner has released a two minute video of Stephen commenting on time travel and the origin of 11/22/63.
Watch the video using Flash Video:
Watch the video using Apple Devices:
Taken from StephenKing.com.Posted: September 23, 2011, 12:14:05
King will be presenting his latest novel, 11/22/63 on Nov. 12 in the fine arts center at the Academy of the Sacred Heart. Tickets are $35 and include a copy of the novel, and Octavia suggests you don’t wait around. Read more here
Thanks to Bev Vincent
Here is the full dust jacket for the UK edition of 11/22/63.
Here is a photo of the UK Galley for 11/22/63. It was produced in 70 copies and is 740 pages long.
Reviews of King's upcoming 11/22/63 are starting to pop up here and there on the net but I have to admit that I haven't read one of them from start to finish. The ones that I have found reveal way too much for my taste so be ware if you find one, there are spoilers. And why post reviews so early? The book is still 1½ month away...Posted: September 12, 2011, 23:23:21
Scribner sent out an email about this excerpt from 11/22/63 today. It looks though as if it's the same as Dread Central posted some time ago... But if you haven't checked it out, make sure you do.
Thanks to Ari.
Here are some info about the 11/22/63 signings:
Boston - appearance; 250 pre-signed books
Dallas - appearances; pre-signed books
New Orleans - appearance; 250 pre-signed books
Sarasota - book signing
Atlanta - book signing
Thanks to Bev Vincent
Amazon.ca has a signed edition of 11/22/63 listed. The publisher is Scribner and it sells for CDN$ 93.57 and has a different cover compared to the trade edition.
Thanks to biomieg
Simon & Schuster will release an enhanced eBook version of 11/22/63 that will include a 13-minute film, written and narrated by Stephen King, that will take you back--as King's novel does--to Kennedy era America.Posted: August 22, 2011, 20:25:24Posted: August 17, 2011, 19:57:50
Here is the cover for the German editoin of 11/22/63. The German title is Der Anschlag which means The Attack or The Assassination. The release date is February 20th 2012.
Thanks to Hans Wilhelm von Wirth
Word is that Scribner is sending out ARCs for 11/22/63 now and that it's 850 pages long.Posted: August 13, 2011, 00:53:31
Here is a trailer Hodder & Stoughton has done for their edition of 11/22/63.
Thanks to Ari Bosi.
King has released the dates for the 11/22/63 book tour. This is from King's official site:
Dates & Cities for 11/22/63 Book Tour
The dates and cities have been determined for the book tour to promote 11/22/63. Specific details for each venue are still being negotiated but we should have more information within the next few weeks.
November 7th Boston
November 10 & 11 Dallas
November 12 New Orleans
November 14 Sarasota
December 14 Atlanta
Simon & Schuster Audio has announced that Craig Wasson (Full Dark , No Stars and Blockade Billy) will narrate the audiobook edition of 11/22/63.Posted: June 1, 2011, 22:51:45
Scribner has published a short excerpt from King's upcoming book 11/22/63. Check it out here.
Thanks to Sebastiaan Rutten
Here is the US cover for 11/22/63. A very nice cover if you ask me...
Thanks to David Squyres and John HanicPosted: March 18, 2011, 10:14:19
Simon & Schuster's site lists 11/22/63's length as 864 pages.
Thanks to Willowlove
Both Scribner and Hodder & Stoughton has promotion sites for 11/22/63. On Hodders you can see this image. I have no idea though if it's the cover of just a promotional image.
 This is not the cover. Just something they will use to promote the book. It looks good though.
Scribners's 11/22/63 page
Hodder & Stoughton's 11/22/63 page
President Kennedy died, and the world changed.
If you had the chance to change history, would you?
Would the consequences be worth it?
Jake Epping is a thirty-five-year-old high school English teacher in Lisbon Falls, Maine, who makes extra money teaching adults in the GED program. He receives an essay from one of the students—a gruesome, harrowing first person story about the night 50 years ago when Harry Dunning’s father came home and killed his mother, his sister, and his brother with a hammer. Harry escaped with a smashed leg, as evidenced by his crooked walk.
Not much later, Jake’s friend Al, who runs the local diner, divulges a secret: his storeroom is a portal to 1958. He enlists Jake on an insane—and insanely possible—mission to try to prevent the Kennedy assassination. So begins Jake’s new life as George Amberson and his new world of Elvis and JFK, of big American cars and sock hops, of a troubled loner named Lee Harvey Oswald and a beautiful high school librarian named Sadie Dunhill, who becomes the love of Jake’s life—a life that transgresses all the normal rules of time.