I like cats, music and wine. I never know what to say in these things so feel free to ask questions.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
Watership Down, by Richard Adams Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte A Song of Ice and Fire, by George R.R. Martin Surface Detail, by Iain M. Banks The Bloody Chamber, by Angela Carter
It's difficult to pin down why these are my favourite books. They are the ones that have stayed with me and that each time I've re-read them I've found more to love. Character matters, writing style matters, subject matters. I guess it's a combination of all three things.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I use a Kindle. I read in print as well and I love the feel of an actual book. I enjoy the convenience of a Kindle and not having to carry heavy books around. I do miss being able to see what other people are reading though!
Published: April 18, 2015.
Fiction » Horror » General
Eight creepy stories perfect for bedtime reading. From the perils of internet dating to ghosts on the international space station, C. R. Smith and Victoria Snelling's stories are deliciously disturbing psychological tales of horror that will linger long after you finish reading.