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:
- Bloody Disgusting put R. L. Stine’s early YA Babysitter novel series under the microscope
- LitReactor evaluates fifteen popular myths about trad and self publishing
- The Horror Tree feature a guest post on why writing dark fiction is not incompatible with being a happy person
- Tor Nightfire offer up ten coming of age horror books with female protagonists
- Nightworms features an interview with author Patrick Delaney ahead of the release of his novel, The House That Fell From The Sky
Paul Le of Bloody Disgusting looks back at the YA novel series that may well have kickstarted the illustrious career of Goosebumps’ own R. L. Stine
Writing for LitReactor, Gabino Iglesias (Coyote Songs) takes up fifteen frequently reported myths about trad and self publishing, then sets them all on fire.
The Horror Tree feature a guest post on why writing dark fiction is not incompatible with being a happy person
Kathrin Hutson, author of a variety of dark genres, writes on the all-too-common experience of people wondering why nice people write such grisly material. Here she unpacks why that question really doesn’t make much sense.
Sadie Hartmann assembles this list for Tor Nightfire, with ten coming of age horror books featuring female protagonists.
Nightworms features an interview with author Patrick Delaney ahead of the release of his novel, The House That Fell From The Sky
Ben Long of Night Worms sits down with author Patrick Delaney, ahead of the release of his horror novel, The House That Fell From The Sky and talks about the book and much more besides.
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