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The horror short short isn't easy to master but than 100 of the genre's critically acclaimed authors hottest up comers have taken a stab at it in Horrors 365 Scary Stories an anthology that contains a short tale for every day of the year Steve Rasnic Tem Wm F Nolan Tom Piccirilli Yvonne Navarro Peter Atkins Brian Hodge Martin Mundt 166 others give you short sharp shocks Who got the most slots? The final scorecard13 Brian McNaughton9 Tim Waggoner8 Benjamin Adams Wm Marden7 David Niall Wilson DonD'Ammassa Linda J Dunn Steve Rasnic Tem6 Adam Troy Castro Del Stone Jr John Gregory Betancourt Phyllis Eisenstein Tom Piccirilli5 Adam Niswander Brian Hodge Hugh B Cave John B Rosenmann Peter Atkins Terry Campbell4 Don Webb Gary Jonas Lawrence Schimel Lisa Lepovetsky Lisa Morton Wayne Allen Sallee Yvonne Navarro Scott M Brents3 Martin Mundt David Annandale Donald R Burleson Greg McElhatton Jessica Amanda Salmonson Joe Meno Judith Post Juleen Brantingham Lawrence C Connolly Michael Mardis Michael Scott Bricker Nancy Kilpatrick Richard Gilliam S May Amarinth Scott David Aniolowski Stephen Dedman Tina L Jens2 Andrew Sands Blythe Ayne Brian A Hopkins Brian Craig Brian Stableford Dawn Dunn Francis Amery Gordon Linzner Greg van Eekhout James Robert Smith Joel S Ross John Maclay Kay Reynolds Kevin Andrew Murphy Lillian Csernica Kevin Shadle Larry Segriff Lawrence Greenberg Lisa John Bothell Lisa S Silverthorne Lois H Gresh Mark Hannah Michael Gillis Michael Grisi Randy Miller Robert Devereaux Scott Edelman Steve Eller Thomas M Sipos

10 thoughts on “Horrors 365 Scary Stories

  1. says:

    As I made my way through this book through out the year I wrote a rating down for each story by it's title in the table of contents and kept a note of the average every month Avg 318 An interesting mix of stories Did I read one story a day? Obviously not if i'm finishing this on December 8th but I read as many stories each month as there were days in said month Normally just reading them all in one day in each month But yeah definitely some interesting and scary stories within

  2. says:

    As friends on Goodreads know I've been organizing events at local cafes for several years events ranging from puppet shows to music from academic lectures to readings I picked this book up at a recent night devoted to horror fiction Martin Mundt my favorite horror writer having included it on the literature table at a discounted price The gimmick to this collection is that it has a story usually of one to three pages for each night of the year Lacking that kind of patience I went through the thing in a few weeks and not having followed the prescribed regime may be accused of misappropriating its contents In any case several stories a night didn't work for me and maybe one a night especially if read aloud might have worked better There are a lot of writers here many of them with multiple submissions Marty for instance with three Conseuently styles differ Many try to be funny Some actually attempt to be scary Only a tiny handful were even remotely disturbing the attempts at pure horror being for me ineffective It's hard especially staying within the traditional themes vampires ghosts zombies etc of the genre to be original without being transparent in one's efforts hard to avoid infectuous self consciousness I read most of them like a creative writing teacher reads the products of his class A slightly higher percentage of the ostensibly funny efforts did evoke a chuckle Overall however I wasn't often impressed on any score many of the authors writing like amateurs which presumably many of them are I'm going to give this one away to a fan of the genre who works so hard that he may in fact only essay a tale a night We'll see what he thinks

  3. says:

    Although the stories are not very scary a lot of times they are extremely creative Each story only gets 2 or 3 pages tops so the authors have to try to tell a story in that amount of space or less It is a collective of many different authors

  4. says:

    I'm gonna read one story per day

  5. says:

    This book took me about ten years to get through I always pick it up thinking I'll finish it or at least bite off a big chunk but it just doesn't happen Out of the 365 2 page stories in this book I marked about 15 that I would go back and read again Really a dreadful waste of time

  6. says:

    I love this book because it is a horror genre and I love horror and I always loved how the stories ended in either a cliff hanger or a scary jump scare and a lot of these stories were great I recommend to anyone who likes horrorthriller and is in for a good spook

  7. says:

    A horror story for every day of the week It’s like Christmas every day—or Halloween365 Scary Stories does something most writers fear than anything It makes them tell a complete story in less than three pages That’s right; none of these stories will take you than a few minutes to read And they are all mostly well done Just like any other collection of short stories there is never really one that can be called a favorite but some of the better ones are super short just a few sentences long That is really the beauty of this book However some of the stories fall a little short on the spooks opting for humor but none of them are truly terrible This is a simple of case of good writers writing good stories Enjoy this at Halloween parites by taking turns reading from it or just horad it all for yourself

  8. says:

    these stories are pretty disturbing i like thembut they're kinda short

  9. says:

    Given to my be my sister to readYou have to be prepared for some strange and creepy stories They are short there is a story for each day of the year If you like horror this is a read for you

  10. says:

    One of the best collections of short horror stories with the highlight being For Your Immediate Attention Scary as hell