#horror

Scares of Every Kind: 20 of the Best Genre-Blending Horror Novels

From sci fi horror, like Annihilation, to historical horror and even suburban scares, these genre-blending horror novels offer a new take on monstrous tales.

Scared Six Feet Under: 10 Horror Novels Set Underground

Ever thought about what lurks underground? These 10 horror books— featuring everything from body to space horror— suggest that you should, including Unearth by Cullen Bunn and Kyle Strahm, Illustrated by Baldemar Rivas.

We Scare You To Read This: Exciting 2022 Horror Books

Do you like to be scared? Then start to terrify your TBR early in the year by marking down 11 of the best horror books 2022 has to offer, including House of Hunger by Alexis Henderson.

Edith Wharton: Horror Writer

Edith Wharton may best be known for THE AGE OF INNOCENCE and THE HOUSE OF MIRTH, but her haunting, spectral tales are what I love the most.

9 Chilling Middle Grade Horror Anthologies

If there’s a young reader in your life who loves chilling stories, try this list of middle grade horror anthologies for scary books to share, including The Stuff of Nightmares.

The Bloody Joy of Horror Literary Magazines

From classics to new and inventive publications, delight in the discovery of dark fiction with these horror literary magazines.

It’s Like That and Like This and AHHH! 12 Great Horror Book/Movie Pairings

Can't get enough scary books and movies? Here are 12 great books that pair well with horror films!

8 Feel-Good Horror Books That Are Both Scary and Fun

Feel-good horror books are scary yet fun to read! Here's a list of 8 feel-good horror books to read with the lights on and some popcorn.

Sleeping With the Lights On: A Stephen Graham Jones Reading Pathway

Start with these three books by Stephen Graham Jones, the prolific Indigenous author of The Only Good Indians, to get into his terrifying and gory world.

8 of the Best Japanese Horror Reads

These Japanese horror novels and manga should be read with every light in the house on. You'll never look at spirals the same way again.