Nate Kenyon’s latest thriller is Day One (Thomas Dunne/St. Martins Press). Booklist gave it a starred review, calling it “exciting and inventive.” Library Journal called it a “must” and Kenyon’s “scariest to date.” It has been optioned for film.
Kenyon’s first novel, Bloodstone, was a Bram Stoker Award Finalist, winning the P&E Horror Novel of the Year and becoming one of the publisher’s all time bestselling speculative fiction titles. His second novel, The Reach, received a starred review from Publishers Weekly and raves from Booklist, Pop Syndicate and many more. It was also a Stoker Award Finalist and was optioned for film. His third novel, The Bone Factory, was called “masterful” by Booklist. His fourth novel Sparrow Rock, was released in May 2010 to critical acclaim, and also optioned for film.
Kenyon has written several novels based in the worlds of Blizzard Entertainment’s bestselling videogame franchises, including StarCraft Ghost: Spectres (Pocket Books), Diablo III: The Order (Gallery/Pocket), and Diablo III: Storm of Light. His short science fiction novel, Prime, was published by Apex Books. He has had dozens of stories published in Shroud Magazine, Permuted Press’s Monstrous anthology, Horror World, Dead Lines, The Harrow, and Legends of the Mountain State 2, The Monster’s Corner, and Dark Duets edited by Christopher Golden. Four of his stories were featured in the Dark Arts anthology When the Night Comes Down.
Kenyon is a member of the Horror Writers Association and International Thriller Writers. He still lives in the Boston area, and is at work on his next novel.