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just picked up the vengeance of moon knight vol.2
The Violin - Anne Rice.I love everything she does
Don't Laugh, but I'm reading a spoof of Twilight called
Opps.... Spoof called Sarah Palin: Vampire Hunter. She travels to Twinkle, OR to search for Stella and her vampire boyfriend, Edmund! Very funny and cheesy!
Sacred Terror: Religion & Horror On The Silver Screenabout a third of the way in - interesting read. (thanks, Mave! )
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Reading a book about slasher movies called: Teenage Wasteland - The Slasher Movie Uncut by J. A. Kerswell. It's really good.
I am reading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Currently reading Blood Games by Richard Laymon. Naked chicks and gore, can't go wrong with that.
Laymon is awesome! I have that book, gotta read it. I'm on text books for college right now, I'll be so happy when I can get back to reading stuff just for fun!
Blood Games is great. I just started reading Stephen King's Cujo.
Making a Good Script Great, by Linda Seger.
I'm hooked on reading the character Conan by, Robert Howard, Robert Jordan, L Sprague de Camp.
I'm currently reading:
TRAILER PARK NOIR by Ray Garton, THE FIGHTER by Craig Davidson (aka horror writer Patrick Lestewka), and 3X CARLIN by George Carlin (R.I.P.).
The Coming of Conan The Cimmerian. Pretty excited for the new movie that's currently in production.
Currently working on a big ol' thick collection of Brothers Grimm stories as well as the Hunger Games trilogy...
^^ My oldest daughter turned me on to the Hunger Games, and have read the first 2 so far. Good reading! I hear there's a movie in the works.
Right now, the screenplay for the Al Pacino flick Sea of Love, by Richard Price.
Mammoth Book Of Wolfmen edited by Stephen JonesI HIGHLY recommend it, awesome writing talent in those pages;)
darkly dreaming dexter
What The Night Knows by Dean Koontz
Latest issue of Dark Moon Digest
Fever Dream by Doug Preston & Lincoln Child (guys who wrote the book Relic, upon which a sub-par movie of the same name was based on. Hint- the book is better).
I are reading Walking Dead comix.
Stephen King's Different Seasons
It's an anthology.
Right now I'm on the first story, "Rita Hayworth And Shawshank Redemption".
Great so far.