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:
- The Lineup consider how horror authors can create a personal archive for future generations
- Crime Reads explains how the intensity of female relationships makes them perfect for horror stories
- The Horror Tree offer up five tips to make your ghost stories more haunting
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror discover why horror is the inspiration and not the enemy
- Bloody Disgusting ruminate on the lack of Halloween spirit in the UK and how American films save the day
Author Gwendolyn Kiste, writing for The Lineup, considers how horror authors might create an archive of their work, to preserve it for future generations.
Crime Reads explains how the intensity of female relationships makes them perfect for horror stories
Writer Delilah S. Dawson looks back at her own life experience and explains why female relationships and their intense nature make them perfect for crafting horror stories in this article for Crime Reads.
Writer, editor, teacher and event host Alex Davis offers up five suggestions for ways in which authors can make their ghost stories truly haunting in this writing advice article for The Horror Tree.
Author, teacher, and academic Rachel Knightley writes this personal essay for The Ginger Nuts of Horror on why fear is the inspiration and not the enemy, to coincide with the launch of her new book, Twisted Branches.
Bloody Disgusting ruminate on the lack of Halloween spirit in the UK and how American films save the day
Bloody Disgusting’s Harrison Abbott explains how the void created by the absence of a celebration of Halloween in the UK has come to be filled by American film.
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