Listed here are answers to some of the questions we are most commonly asked.
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No, Bentley does not have an official website. Bentley avoids contact with the Internet as much as possible. He views it as a major distraction. He also wants to avoid getting involved in self-promotion. He wants to let his work speak for itself. We should note that Bentley does know that there are enthusiast/fan websites such as this, and he has no problem with them.
No, "Bentley Little" is not a pen name. He is not really another writer such as Stephen King or Dean Koontz. Bentley Little is in fact a real flesh and blood man named Bentley Little. You can read a short biography of him here on this very website.
Of course, we'd be remiss if we didn't point out that Bentley himself has used pen names in the past (for example, he wrote under the name Philip Emmons for the novel "Death Instinct" / "Evil Deeds". This however, is something he generally doesn't do. He prefers to write under his real name as much as possible.
No, I cannot. You see, although I do have periodic contact with Bentley, I do not wish to infringe upon his privacy. If he did nothing but answer questions from enthusiasts such as us all the time, he'd never get any work completed. So, please do not ask us to send him anything. If you have a legitimate proposal for Bentley, you need to contact him via official channels through his agent or publisher. Click here for more information.
Of course, from time to time, I do like to collect questions for possible interviews of Bentley. During those time periods, people are encouraged to send legitimate questions in and we'll forward them on.
As stated above, you need to contact him through his agent or publisher. Click here for more information.
Bentley's in-print works are generally available through online book retailers such as Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, etc. They can also probably be found or ordered through local book stores. His out-of-print works can also be found. The best bet is to try online used book retailers or auction sites such as Ebay. In our Bibliography section, we've done our best to incorporate links for each title- just click on the titles and you should be taken to a site that has that work for sale.