Before I list the ones I am eagerly devouring, I also want to draw your attention to the Spring into Terror collaborative effort of the following websites, Monster Librarian, Dark Scribe Magazine, Horror World, and The Horror Fiction Review.
Use the links to go directly to their special Spring into Terror sections and see what they think is worth your attention. In general, these are also your best resources for all things horror.
I have a few of my own to mention here. Some I will report on in the coming months, but for others, you will have to check them out for yourself (all are or will soon be available through the BPL) or wait until my new book is released for more details (early 2011). For now, you can click through to read more about them on Amazon.
- Castle of Los Angeles by Lisa Morton (a full length novel from the award-winning story writer)
- Dweller by Jeff Strand (a bit more serious horror from the comic horror master; still funny though)
- The Bridge by John Skipp and Craig Spector (apocalyptic story with an intelligent virus = scary)
- Darkness on the Edge of Town by Brian Keene ( I really like everything he does)
- Creatures of the Pool by Ramsey Campbell (British horror master; Jack the Ripper tie in, great reviews)
Snow by Ronald Malfi (snowstorm, ghosts inhabiting people, murder)
- Sparrow Rock by Nate Kenyon (end of the world, teenagers running from monsters; what's not to like)