I Love to Read Horror Novels

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    I grew up on gothic horror such

    as Frankenstein and Dracula, then graduated to RLS Jekyll and Hyde, until I actually wrote my own. 'Dark Voyage' is set at sea and mainly based on truth. I do find that mixing truth and fiction makes for a more authentic feel.
    helensusanswift helensusanswift
    18-21, F
    Mar 17, 2016

    My Favorite Author Is Stephen King

      Some of my favorite novels include It, The Stand, and The Shining so I'm more a fan of his older work but he's yet to write a anything I didn't like at least a little. The first book full length book I ever read, excluding those intended for kids and young adults, was...
    Powderblue Powderblue
    36-40, F
    May 31, 2009

    Richard Laymon

    if you're a horror fan and you haven't read any of his stuff, i highly recommend him. i like to say that if stephen king and dean koontz were the two weirdo brothers that creeped out everyone in town, laymon would be the third brother that nobody even knows about because they...
    bongus bongus
    51-55, M
    3 Responses Mar 22, 2012

    I Love To Read "classic Horror Novels"

    I mean, I do enjoy Stephen King and all, that's good. But for my taste, there is nothing better than the old gothic stories and Lovecraft stories. 
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    Nov 17, 2011

    I absolutely love horror novels especially

    paranormal books. I have a kindle and I have well over a hundred horror/paranormal ebooks, I also have quite a bit of biographies from the old Hollywood. I'm wondering if anyone can recommend any new horror authors, I would appreciate that. Thanks
    bexmom2000 bexmom2000
    3 Responses Mar 9, 2014

    People who like horror novels ought to try a

    Robert McCammon novel. The covers look cheesy and they're mostly late 80's books but man do they deliver. Horror , adventure and passion all masterfully blended
    4k5dii 4k5dii
    46-50, M
    Apr 16, 2014

    Bentley Little

    I've read about 15 of his books. He's pretty imaginative (except in his titles; they mostly start with the word "The"). My favorites are: The House, The Walking, The Summoning, The Burning, The Revelation, and Dominion. His style isn't as sick as say Laymon and Lee but there's...
    RockingTheCarhartts RockingTheCarhartts
    46-50, M
    1 Response Nov 24, 2013
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