This year has been packed with excellent horror reads and July is no exception. Check out some of the best July 2021 horror books!
On a quest for even more of excellent 2021 LGBTQ horror books hitting shelves soon? Prep your TBR list because we've got your reads.
Highlighting some of the amazing LGBTQ horror books from the last few years, and this is just a sample of what’s out there!
Each of these books takes on the possession and exorcisms tropes from a unique perspective, and they’re all worthy of a place on your TBR.
What is it about trees? They’re beautiful, they’re good for the world, and — if books like Pine by Francine Toon are to be believed — they’re damn creepy.
No matter how idyllic the surface, no place hides secrets deeper or darker than a small town. Check out these horror books about small towns.
Since there are so many incredible recent and forthcoming horror books about moms, this one's for the horror moms who get it done.
Let’s take a look at a classic horror trope: creepy boarding schools. Think old rambling buildings full of secrets and ghosts of the past, like the setting of Plain Bad Heroines by Emily M. Danforth.
A ghost is never just a ghost, because it always represents something more than itself. Here is some of the symbolism of hauntings in horror.
The world of horror books can be intimidating, but this horror fan is here to reassure you that you'll find your horror niche.
Dark fantasy is the intersection between horror and fantasy. Pick up these magical reads that will make your skin crawl, including Beneath the Citadel by Destiny Soria and The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart.
From the evils of racism to the bottomless maw of capitalism, these historical horror books investigate the dark corners of history.
Who says horror and romance can't be in the same room together? Just take a look at Eve Silver's DARK DESIRES horror romance novel.
Real life is full of existential dread now, so what better way to deal than indulging in the catharsis of modern cosmic horror books like Everything That’s Underneath by Kristi DeMeester?
Explore the wince-worthy world of body horror comics with this list of some of the best titles, including The Low, Low Woods by Carmen Maria Machado.