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Horror Novels/Stories You’d Like me to Review in October?

For all the new visitors, every October I do nothing but review horror novels, stories, and movies. The discussions are usually a lot of fun.

It’s a ways off, but I’m going to start reading in preparation.

Got a favorite horror novel (or anything else) that you’d like to discuss?

Let me know, I’ll try to get it knocked out by 10/1, and we’ll have a good talk.

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  • Heather August 24, 2012, 12:20 pm

    There’s a Scott Nicholson novel–Burial to Follow–deliciously spooky and a wonderfully short read. Also voting for Roger Selaszney’s Nicht in the Lonesome October, and OF COURSE I hope you review ALL the Lovecraft stuff! 🙂

  • Heather August 24, 2012, 12:23 pm

    Ooo! Oooo! Ooooo! Oh Mistah Hanagaaaaaaaane, I also throw in a few votes for Johnathan Maberry’s “Ghost Road” series. And yes, I know it’s supposed to be NIGHT in the Lonesome October, sorry ’bout the type-o. Ooops!

  • Michelle August 24, 2012, 3:01 pm

    Can I promote myself for a minute? I’ve got two books that fall under the horror category, and it would be awesome if you’d be interested in reviewing one or both.

    The first is called Helpless. It’s a typical horror novel set on a wind farm. Honestly, it’s not my best work, but friends and strangers have told me it’s good (so either it’s good or they’re being nice).

    The second is Brains for the Zombie Soul. It’s a parody of Chicken Soup for the Soul, written for zombies. I published this one earlier this year, and I think it’s entertaining.

    Let me know if you’re interested, and I can email you a review copy of either. If you have an e-reader, I have Brains for the Zombie Soul in all formats, so I can send you any of those.

  • Ara Bedrossian August 29, 2012, 5:23 am

    “Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day”
    It’s a short read and…disturbing. And the most niche horror I’ve read.