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Month of Horrors is on Its Way… Posted at 6:14 PM by Jonathan McDonald


…and WWEnd is looking for your book reviews to go with it!

Last year’s Month of Horrors was a huge success, but it was driven almost entirely by Rico and myself (with one great assist by Allie), but this year we’d like to feature reviews of Horror novels and collections from all of our members. All you need to do is start posting reviews to your favorite Horror novels, and we’ll pick the best ones for the blog.

Not sure where to start? Here’s a small sampling of the Horror books and authors currently on the site. And remember, if you can’t find a book in our database that you’d really like to review, drop us a line in the comments, and we’ll do what we can to add it.



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Dave Post   |   26 Sep 2012 @ 20:03

My God! Did you have to use THAT picture?

jynnantonnyx   |   26 Sep 2012 @ 21:10

What’s wrong with It?

Emil   |   27 Sep 2012 @ 01:03

I like the picture. IT is cool.

charlesdee   |   27 Sep 2012 @ 06:16

I read ghost stories constantly as a child, and I still recommend M.R. James as the master of the medium. For contemporary horror, I have really enjoyed Tom Piccirilli, and if you can find them, the novels of Kathe Koja. Both these writers have more or less left the horror genre, but check out the titles that won or were nominated for the Stoker award.

icowrich   |   27 Sep 2012 @ 15:12

Emil: As it happens, the novel page for It brings us more traffic than any other page on our site.

Kit   |   27 Sep 2012 @ 15:14

I stand with Dave on this one. Why, WHY would you post that photo???

But I do look forward to Month of Horrors.

Jeremy F   |   28 Sep 2012 @ 20:20

Oh! I really need more horror in my life. Novels anyway. This will be a good reason for more. Because my plate isn’t already full.

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