As are you, Tony!Tony Richards said:Another very nice guy when you meet him.
When it comes to horror reading, I'm your polar opposite. I can see human monsters on the news any minute of the day. I don't want to read about them for pleasure too.Lynn McNamee said:I have long been a fan of King, Koontz, and Laymon.
I have to admit I prefer my horror to be somewhat realistic.
I mean, I like "real" monsters, the human kind. Those are far scarier to me than vampires, werewolves, or supernatural entities.
For me, it depends on how well it's written. I get tired of the same old serial killers after awhile. I prefer when the plots go outside the box.williammeikle said:When it comes to horror reading, I'm your polar opposite. I can see human monsters on the news any minute of the day. I don't want to read about them for pleasure too.
Thanks for bringing that to my attention. I haven't read it yet. Just downloaded it.johneverson said:My absolute favorite author working in the horror genre these days is Edward Lee. His was one of those books that kept me locked in my hammock (I read it on a 4th of July a few years ago in my backyard) literally the entire day. I only got up to go to the bathroom and eventually, to get a reading light so I could finish it after dusk had fallen!