Top Ten Tuesday Best Horror Authors For Halloween!

October 27, 2015 Guilty Pleasures, Top Ten Tuesday 2

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 Oct 27:

Best Authors to Read around Halloween!

There are certain authors everyone knows about like Stephen King or Dean Koontz, but here are a few you may not!

Mira Grant
  • Mira Grant! I love her books! Be wary though, they are not for the faint of heart. She is serious about her zombies!
Rick G
  • Rick Gualtieri – When you want sarcasm with your zombies! Think Big Bang Theory with Vampires.
Iain Rob Wright
  • Iain Rob Wright – I cannot even begin to tell you how great this writer is! He will freak you out! All of his stories are different, so no central theme. Other than HORRORFIC!
Stephen K
  • Stephen Kozeniewski – Much like Iain Rob Wright, he writes many different books with different themes. They are fabulously horrific with a twist of humor! Nothing better than that!
Clive Barker
  • Clive Barker – One of my favorite authors. Such imagination!
  • Karina Halle – Another author with great imagination! Great but horror driven stories!

A little less horrifying:

My most loved horror writers! Who do you read in October?

2 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday Best Horror Authors For Halloween!”

    • Christina

      It’s hilarious! I about died while reading them. Well, listening. They make great audio books.