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About meI am a Director of Materials Management who is passionate about the lost art of reading. I try to read 6 to 10 books a month. When I am not reading I am going to concerts, hiking, working out, or playing video games.

About my libraryI love horror fiction, my favorite authors are Edward Lee, Richard Laymon, Stephen King, Brian Keene, Jack Ketchum, Jonathan Maberry, Scott Nicholson, Robert McCammon,Gord Rollo, Jeff Strand, Dan Simmons, etc. etc. etc.

Groups1001 Books to read before you die, Horror, Horror Book Club, SF, horror and Fantasy Romance

Favorite authorsJoe Hill, Jack Ketchum, Stephen King, Joe R. Lansdale, Richard Laymon, Edward Lee, Brian Lumley, Jonathan Maberry, Robert McCammon, Chuck Palahniuk, Jeff Strand, Wrath James White (Shared favorites)


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I know that he does with A WINTER HAUNTING and CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT. I am not sure of the others as I have not yet read them. They are all sitting on my bookshelf though.
You just got around to reading SUMMER OF NIGHT! Man, that was a fantastic novel. I bet you are itching to read more Simmons. Try out his loose sequel to SUMMER OF NIGHT called A WINTER HAUNTING.
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