It’s that time of the year to really submerse yourself into a dark and stormy, eerie and macabre, or weird and wonderful book. It’s the darkest time of the year, where the horror of it all is most welcome. In the new non-fiction Monster, She Wrote, you’ll learn of the women who helped build those haunted houses and Gothic castles …
Teenager Clara and her family have moved. Again. This time, they’ve landed in a town with its very own bogeyman feared by the local kids- The Mumbler. Soon, Clara learns about the legend while learning what makes her new friends tick and how many kids go missing in Pender during the month of October.
Horror readers anxiously await the arrival of Massachusetts-based author Paul Tremblay’s newest book, Growing Things & Other Stories, available July 2nd, 2019.
Revel in bleak and digestible modern horror shorts in the form of Masters of Midnight, the latest collection from Corpus Press.
Edited by author and screenwriter Vanessa Morgan, Strange Blood brings together a collection of vampy-movie memoirs by eclectic horror fans and personalities. These essays range from personal stories, theme analyses and general summaries.
Dead of Winter is the bleakest collection of stories you’ll encounter during the holidays and darkest nights of the year.
Hark! is the newest addition to the Blumhouse Books Original library, boasting 18 stories from some of the genre’s meatiest chops.
It’s Halloween night in 1984 and five kids wake up in an abandoned house. Unaware of why or how they got there, the blood they’re covered in is the least of their worries when they read the writing on the wall and see the hellish portal in the floor.
Serving as a miniature sized sequel to the 2007 cult film Trick ‘r Treat, this graphic novel satisfies the thirst for more gory tales with the spirit of Halloween himself.
Brought to you by the Goosebumps maestro, Halloween Night is a kooky teen who-done-it story complete with double Frankensteins, totaled Geos, and plastic blood.