Five more intriguing tales you should read... (could I write book jackets or what? ha!)
These are the stories I reread to death (yup could totally write book jackets)
6.)"The Crawl" by Stephen Laws. A couple is pursued by an evil scarecrow looking monster. Much creepier than my description makes it seem. Not that you know, it wouldn't be creepy if a scarecrow monster came to life and attacked me.
7.)"Coppola's Dracula" by Kim Newman. How Coppola should have made Dracula. Basically. With vamps. And twists. And the awesome.
8.)"The Luxury of Harm" by Christopher Fowler. A tale about lovers of horror.
9.) "The Cask of Amontillado" by Poe. My favorite Poe. Hm. Okay, one of my favorite Poes. Never said this would be a modern list.
10.) "Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire" by Neil Gaiman. Because it's why we write what we write.
I have been re-employed as a puppy wrangler and am happy. Now go read and write peoples.