CHRISTMAS HORROR READING LIST 2015

Do you hear that jingle in the air? Is it made by festive revelers or something more sinister? Yes, it’s that time of year again. It’s time for Horror Delve’s Third Annual Suggested Reading For The Holiday Season. If the tales listed below aren’t enough, you can find more suggestions here: https://horrordelve.com/2013/11/28/christmas-ghost-stories-reviving-a-dead-tradition/ https://horrordelve.com/2013/12/22/christmas-horror-stories-list-2013/ https://horrordelve.com/2014/12/05/christmas-horror-story-reading-list-2014/ https://horrordelve.com/2014/12/18/appalachian-winter-hauntings-review/ […]

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HALLOWEEN READING LIST 2015

Welcome to Horror Delve’s third annual Halloween suggested reading list. As always, these stories don’t necessarily take place during Halloween, but I feel they help set the mood for the season. 1. “The Striding Place” by Gertrude Atherton (1895) – A man goes out searching for his best friend who’s gone missing. The search takes […]

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A.C. Benson

Arthur Christopher Benson was born in England in 1862 to an Archbishop of Canterbury. Although he and his siblings endured a tumultuous upbringing, their family still produced a surprising number of successful writers. His brother Robert Hugh, his sister Maggie and the most successful of them, Edward Frederic all had works published. You can find […]

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13 Haunting Tales by E.F. Benson

Edward Frederic Benson, the son the Archbishop of Canterbury, was born in 1867, in Wokingham, Berkshire. He attended Marlborough and King’s College, Cambridge and spent three years studying archeology abroad in Greece and Egypt. He enjoyed immediate success with his first society novel, DODO (1893) and ended up writing over a hundred published pieces in […]

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