Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Why horror fiction can still be scary...

From Flavorwire...

"There is, of course, a very definitive list of 50 books that cover the spectrum of what scares most people — ranging from killer clowns to waking up without any limbs, possessions, haunted houses, bloodsuckers, and more. But it’s when you look past the fright factor to consider what it is about these supernatural stories that keep us coming back for more that you realize how much more there is to the recurring archetypes in horror fiction than just unshakeable fright." (Read more at Flavorwire...)

Read the first chapters of Eleven Miles of Night here..

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