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:
- Max Booth III writes for LitReactor on the horror books we should all be excited about in 2020
- Screen Rant select ten contemporary horror directors whose work is a must for fans of the genre
- The Horror Tree feature a blog post on coming back from burnout
- Horror After Dark share their top reads of 2019
- Author Andrew Cull is interviewed by the entire team at Kendall Reviews
Max Booth III delves into the release schedules for the fledgling year and circles those horror releases that should have all horror readers rubbing their hands together with anticipation.
Screen Rant’s Megan Summers looks far and wide for contemporary horror directors who are making films which are pushing the boundaries of the genre.
As part of Horror Tree’s growing writer resource materials, Kai Wilson-Viola writes on the experience of burnout and on ways to dig yourself out of that rut and get back to the page.
Horror After Dark goes in depth with not ten but twenty top reads from the genre from 2019. There are some stellar books in this list, so make sure you are familiar with them all.
Kendall Reviews’ latest guest in the hotseat for their ‘Kendall Reviews Vs.’ series is Andrew Cull, whose novel Remains and the relaunched Bones have made many ‘best of’ lists for 2019.
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