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 suggest four new indie and small press horror book releases to scare you throughout October
- Bloody Disgusting consider the crisis of faith at the heart of The Exorcist
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror find out about the childhood fears of author PD Alleva
- Crime Reads follow the country road through the dead of night to find folkloric Irish hauntings
- The Horror Tree sit down for an author interview with New Zealand writer Kathryn Burnett
The Lineup suggest four new indie and small press horror book releases to scare you throughout October
The Lineup’s Kelsey Christine McConnell chooses four terrifying new indie and small press horror books which will force you to sleep with the lights on this October.
Brian Keiper, writing for Bloody Disgusting, considers the core idea of a crisis of faith at the heart of The Exorcist.
Horror writer PD Alleva, whose new book Jigglyspot and the Zero Intellect arrives this Halloween, explains to The Ginger Nuts of Horror about his childhood fears.
Irish author Neil Sharpson, fresh from the release of his Celtic mythic horror novel, Knock Knock, Open Wide, delves into the historic hauntings of Irish folklore in this article for Crime Reads.
As part of their series of interviews with authors featured in Remains To Be Told, an anthology by New Zealand authors of horror, The Horror Tree sit down with writer Kathryn Burnett.
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