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Blood Lite: An Anthology of Humorous Horror Stories Presented by the Horror Writers Association

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

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    Fun & a little wicked

    Blood Lite is a collection of humorous horror stories, which more often than not means poking fun at horror tropes. If you're a fan of Jeff Strand-style stories you're in luck, because not only is he in here, so are 20 other tales of tongue-in-cheek terror.

    Stand outs include Kelley Armstrong's "The Ungrateful Dead" about a woman who can see the dead and finds them to be as annoying and pushy as the living, "A Good Psycho is Hard to Find" by Will Ludwigsen which points out some of the more realistic side effects of surviving a teen psycho murderer and Jim Butcher's "Day Off". Altogether it's a very fun and dark collection that's sure to do well by horror (or dark fantasy or suspense, or whatever we're calling horror these days) fans. Definitely recommended.

    Contains: Sex, language, gore, violence, bad puns

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2009

    Fun, light-hearted read

    I bought this book initially because it had stories by authors I usually read (Jim Butcher, Sherrilyn Kenyon and Kelley Armstrong). I really enjoyed the stories by Jim Butcher and Kelley Armstrong, which took place in the world of their books, with familiar characters. I liked a lot of the other stories and found them not too long, very funny and light-hearted. It was a fun book to pick up and read in between one of my other series books.

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