Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday: Women in Horror You Should Be Reading

I've decided to jump on board with Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week the topic is a freebie so in keeping with the horror theme of the R. I. P. X challenge I'm currently participating in, I've chosen Ten Women in Horror You Should Be Reading!

7 comments:

janceereads said...

And now my hold list at my public library is almost full. Great list!

Barb said...

This is a perfect topic. I love horror and added quite a few from your list to my wishlist. I LOVED Maplecroft and just bought Chapelwood for my Kindle last week. I have read her Four and Twenty Blackbirds and really need to re-read it and finish the last 2 in the series. GREAT list! I also just finished Blood and Salt last night and even thought the insta-love bothered me, it definitely redeemed itself in the end.

Becky LeJeune said...

Yay for adding new books to the TBRs!!! You'll both have to let me know what you think once you start reading them.

Barb - did you check out Liggett's website to see what her next project is about?! "Pitched as Friday Night Lights meets Rosemary’s Baby..." - I must have!!!

Ely said...

I'm not a horror fan but some of these sound really interesting. Maybe I'll give some of them a try?

My list

Barb said...

Becky, I ran and checked it as soon as I finished posting on your blog. Yep, that pitch totally nabbed me. Whoever is coming up with her pitches sure knows what they are doing - it's right up there with Romeo and Juliet meets Children of the Corn for Blood and Salt!

Cora Linn said...

My TBR just got a bit longer... And scarier.
Awesome list!
Cora @ Tea Party Princess

Tammy Sparks said...

I had no idea Sarah Lotz wrote under so many different names! I love your list, there are so many awesome women authors. Mira Grant is one of my favorites, and of course, Ellen Datlow!