June Reading Schedule
To celebrate the audiobook release of Howls From Hell, we will be having a party event on Twitch on Saturday June 26th, 2021, at 2:00 PM EST. We we will have author readings of Howls From Hell stories, games, and giveaways! Attendees will have a chance to win a copy of the Howls From Hell… Continue reading Join Us! HOWLS From Hell Twitch Party on June 26
With the release of HOWL’s debut anthology, Howls From Hell on May 18th, (order now!), HOWL Society would like to showcase the sixteen talented writers featured in Howls From Hell. Each of these writers contributed terrifying tales unique in voice, themes, and idea. No matter the type of horror fan, a reader is sure to… Continue reading Showcasing the Howls From Hell Authors!
Come one, come all, to the Howls From Hell release party on May 18th, 2021 at 7PM EST. This 90-minute event will feature HOWL Society authors reading snippets of their Howls From Hell tales. Along with chills and thrills, attendees will have a chance to win a signed copy of ANOKA by Shane Hawk, a… Continue reading Join Us! HOWLS From Hell Release Party on May 18
by Christopher O’Halloran (@BurgleInfernal) Sex and the City brought about an activity that swept the nation. Which of these four friends did you identify with? Were you a Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, or Miranda? This characterization exercise could not be contained. It spread to other shows. Which Golden Girl were you? Which Friend on Friends? Buzzfeed… Continue reading The Ruins by Scott Smith
by Amanda Nevada DeMel For those of us in the horror community, ideas about cannibalism are not strangers. The situations that create a need for cannibalism, however, can be very strange. Such a world is created in Agustina Bazterrica’s novel Tender is the Flesh. What happens when cannibalism is not taboo, but actually the norm? … Continue reading Tender Is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica
by Molly Collins (@mollyec) School sucks. Most of us can agree on that point, regardless of our background. But does it suck enough that we’d turn to a life of crime? Does it suck so much that we’d commit murder and send our classmates through a dizzying series of tragic events? BEHIND THE PEN Kanae… Continue reading Confessions by Kanae Minato
by Christopher O’Halloran (@BurgleInfernal) For better or worse, 2020 provided many a surplus of free time. Some took the chance to learn a new language or a new instrument. Some tried their hand at breadmaking or crocheting. Some took the time to become better acquainted with their partner. To reignite the spark in their relationship.… Continue reading The 10 Worst Books To Read While Expecting
“Quality horror by true believers—who can write. What more can you ask for?”~Stephen Graham Jones, New York Times bestselling author of The Only Good Indians “A Howling good read! This was an incredibly unique and interesting collection of sixteen short stories from HOWL Society. Not one tale is the same.”~Debra, Goodreads review “Howls From Hell… Continue reading HOWLS From Hell: An Anthology Written For Horror Fans By Horror Fans
by Joseph Andre Thomas (@bunttriple) 2020, don’t let the door hit you on the way out. During a year in which we spent more time at home than ever thought possible, of course all of us looked for an escape: some turned to exercise, others to Netflix, to booze, to self-help books, to morning yoga… Continue reading The 2020 HOWLS Awards
by @Myrrh, curator of HOWLS book club nominees for June’s “Nature is Scary AF” category Nothing is scarier than being at the mercy of nature. In these selections, the five elements—Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Spirit—play a key role in each story, bringing various examples of the tragic and horrific. I wanted to explore both… Continue reading 5 Chances for the Elements to Ruin Your Day
by @QueensEnglish, curator of HOWLS book club nominees for June’s “Dirtbag Protag” category Ah, good ol’ dirtbags. Bastards, dickheads, maniacs. Whether we’re talking Hannibal Lector, The Punisher, or Elon Musk, there’s an undeniable appeal to characters who cross moral boundaries with aplomb. This week I’d like to explore that archetype a little, get to know… Continue reading 5 Books With Dirtbags in the Leading Role
by @MrsReads, curator of HOWLS book club nominees for June’s “Just Passing Through” category After being stuck inside my house for over a year because of COVID, I’m really itching to get away—almost anywhere—for a vacation. All I want to do is lie on a beach and read in the sun, or maybe rent a… Continue reading 6 Books That’ll Take You On a Much Needed Vacation
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