This is pretty cool! My story Christmas In The Snow (#5 on this list) appeared in O Little Town of Deathlehem from Grinning Skull Press, a charity anthology to benefit the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
This anthology is still available here.
Just as Horror Delve’s Annual Halloween Suggested Reading List hit its tenth iteration this past October, it’s now time for the Christmas Reading List to follow suit. Putting this annual list together never fails to get me in the mood for the festive season. This year’s selection of stories skews more toward the recent than previous lists have, but I read a lot of excellent newer tales which I felt had to be shared. Without further delay, here is this year’s Christmas Horror Story Suggested Reading List:
THE LIST (By Order of Publication Date):
1. “On the Down Line” by George Manville Fenn (1867) – A spectral train with a doppelgänger at the helm appears running beside its double at Christmas time. (Found in Chillers For Christmas)
2. “Wolverine Tower” by Grant Allen (1896) – This novelette follows a young woman named Maisie who’s thrilled to receive an invitation to…
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