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:
- Crime Reads choose eight unconventional coming-of-age horror books for your reading pleasure
- LitHub consider how to find the strange within the mundane and vice versa
- Tor Nightfire take a look at the enduring appeal of the haunted house
- LitReactor offer craft advice on writing psychological horror
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror feature an interview with author John Pelletier
Writer Nat Cassidy, fresh from the release of his new novel, Mary: An Awakening of Terror, selects eight coming-of-age horrors with an unconventional approach to the genre in this article for Crime Reads.
Author Alanna Schubach, writing for LitHub, considers how to discover strangeness within the mundane, and vice versa.
Tor Nightfire’s Constance Cochran examines modern and classic haunted house stories and considers why the sub-genre continues to appeal to readers.
In his latest Storyville article for LitReactor, award-winning author and editor Richard Thomas offers advice on writing effective psychological horror.
The Ginger Nuts of horror sit down with author John Pelletier to talk about his journey to become a writer, inspiration, reviews, and much more.
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