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Author Cat Winters Talks Ghosts, Romance, and All That Jazz
Morris Award finalist Cat Winters loves a good ghost story. Her knockout young adult debut, In the Shadow of Blackbirds, tackled World War I, the...
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7 Reasons Vicki Pettersson’s
is a Perfect(ly Terrifying) Halloween Read
New York Times bestselling author Vicki Pettersson is perhaps best known for her urban fantasy books (the Signs of the Zodiac series and Celestial Blues...
are you afraid of the dark?
Take Our Quiz to Determine Your Horror Story IQ
A good scary story can sink into your bones and leave you afraid of the dark for years to come. The best horror writers know exactly how much detail to...
Go Behind the Scenes on Stephen King’s Process in
The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
Stephen King is famous first and foremost as the author of more than 50 published novels, many of which are considered modern horror classics, or simply...
5 Scary Reads for
American Horror Story
American Horror Story: Hotel premieres tonight, and I. cannot. even. deal. Sure, I may watch the show from behind my fingers, my heart racing a mile a...
Top 10 Must-Read Stephen King Books
With over 60 titles to his credit, Stephen King is one of the world’s most prolific authors—and he has been terrifying and captivating us with his...
Space as a Character: The Labyrinth, the Mortgage, and
The Forgotten Room
In The Forgotten Room, the cracking new thriller from Lincoln Child, the story centers on, well, a forgotten room. Or, more specifically, a room in an old...
is a Chilling Portrait of Literary Obsession
Billed as Stephen King’s first hard-boiled detective novel, the Edgar Award-winning Mr. Mercedes took readers by storm in 2014. If you were one of the...
7 Literary Horror Titles To Keep You In Chills All Summer
Summer’s rapidly approaching, but that doesn’t mean beach reads are your only option for staying cool. Why not get your chills along with your...
The Unforgettable End Days of Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas
As fiction heroes go, Odd Thomas is unique. He has no father; born with one foot in the land of the living and one foot in the land of shades, he can speak...
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5 Supernatural Reads to Celebrate National Occult Day
Today is National Occult Day, a celebration of hidden secrets, dusty tomes inscribed with mystical script, spirits, a howling wind from the East that sends...
Reveals a Life in Supernatural Peril
In the dedication to Revival, Stephen King includes a long list of “the people who built my house”: horror writers like Mary Shelley, Clark Ashton...