Wanna know something weird? I raved about his book in my blog and he commented to it. How weird is it to get a message notification that "ScottSigler" made a comment to your entry?pidgeon92 said:I loved Infected. I picked it up from the library earlier this year. What a great voice the writer has. I have been meaning to look up more of his stuff.
You'll probably not believe me on this, but I don't actually get scared. I don't read horror novels because I find them scary, but rather that I enjoy the macabre and find it interesting. I get grossed out (only occasionally) startled by loud noises, but I'm never frightened. The last time I remember truly being scared is when I was a very small child, reading one of the Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark illustrated by Stephen Gammell. His drawings were surreal, creepy, and really not appropriate for most children my age. There were two stories, one about spiders (I won't go into detail) and one about Bloody Mary. The first made me sleep with my head under my blankets, and the second I had to actually tape the pages that the story was on together, because it freaked me out so much.Suzanne said:Just out of curiosity, what is the scariest book you have ever read? What scared the wits out of you? I'm reading my first Horror genre book ever, which is The Stand. There was one very rough scene that I've read so far (I'm about 2/3 the way through), but other than that I do not find it a particularly scary book. As far as getting the wits scared out of me really & truly, that would have to be watching the movie, The Exorcist. I would never in a million worlds watch that again.
Edit: Sorry for the double post.pidgeon92 said: