Finally able to stop by Teri Polen’s blog to take a look at today’s Bad Moon Rising guest post, and wow! Audrey Driscoll’s featured book sounds fantastic, especially for a Halloween read. Great interview, too. Do head on over to check it out, and then pass it along so others can do so, as well. Thanks! And thanks to Teri for yet another splendid post! 🙂
Some readers aren’t quite prepared to jump into novel-length horror, but they can handle the
torture scares in shorter spurts. Today’s featured book of short stories checks off that box. Read on to find out which chilling book has stuck with this author since the age of twelve. Welcome Audrey Driscoll!
Would you rather sleep in a coffin for one night or spend the night in a haunted house?
A nice new, padded coffin in a coffin showroom would be okay, as long as the lid was left open. If it had to be closed, or if the coffin had been previously occupied, I might just go for the haunted house. On the other hand, spending time in a closed coffin might be a useful experience for writing a horror story.
Has a movie or book scared you so much you couldn’t sleep? Which one?
Yes, terribly! When I was…
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