The "King of Horror," Stephen King (pun intended). Without a question. The Master of Screams has written over 60 novels, including Cujo, It, Misery, and Pet Semetary, since releasing his debut book Carrie in 1974. He has established himself as one of the greatest writers in history. What more could a horror fan want than... Continue Reading →
Reading a well-written work of creepy fiction in the fall will get you in the mood for Halloween by making you feel uneasy and afraid. In the spirit of Halloween, I have compiled a list of eight novels
Since the resurgence of zombie pop culture, a number of books have been adapted for film. Here are twenty more titles that deserve the big-screen treatment.
In an age where many people prefer to read books on their tablets and e-readers, the horror genre is flourishing. New authors are creating new stories with rich characters and terrifying plotlines. Immerse yourself in these works that stand up against Stephen King's novels like The Shining or Carrie
Well, we made it. It's Halloween. Which means today is the last day of my 31 in 31. Did I succeed? Absolutely not. Did I try? I did. I really did but life is hard and lessons were learned.
They say you can't judge a book by it's cover. But isn't that the point of a book cover, to grab you attention. They are designed to catch your attention. From a bookshelf they holler, "Hey. Look at me. Pick me up. Choose me."
As I'm writing this, I just finished the twelfth book in my 31 in 31 book reading challenge. I have read some great classics - Dracula, Frankenstein, The Lottery, The Doll, Carrie. I read some middle grade horror which totally surprised me - CIrque Du Freak. But so far, one book stands out among the rest.