Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week so you don’t have to. Without further ado:
- Lit Hub share a variety of the late Anne Rice’s best writing advice
- James Aquilone writes for The Ginger Nuts of Horror on his new graphic novel project
- LitReactor pick out ten holiday-themed indie horror books to get you in the mood for Christmas
- Dread Central pick out ten of the most monstrous incarnations of Santa from horror film history
- The Horror Tree offers advice for those struggling with writer’s block
After the legendary author Anne Rice passed away this week, Lit Hub’s Emily Temple compiles some of her best writing advice from the writer’s website, Facebook page and more.
Writer and editor James Aquilone reveals his new graphic novel project to The Ginger Nuts of Horror: a fiftieth anniversary tribute to Kolchak: The Night Stalker.
Andrew Fowlow, writing for LitReactor, selects ten holiday-themed indie horror books to help you get in the Christmas spirit.
Dread Central’s Mary Beth McAndrews digs through her horror movie collection to find six of the most evil incarnations of Santa in celluloid history.
Writer Jennifer Lieberman shares this advice column with The Horror Tree on how to break through the dreaded writer’s block.
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