love is hard to find, but even harder to keep.
Steve had found the woman of his dreams. He thought it was meant to be.
What should have been a dream come true, ended up being a nightmare that
would follow him forever.
This is a list of the 10 best haunted house stories created by:
Douglas Clegg I have read three of the stories on the list. There are two more I've been looking to read for awhile now. That would make half of the ten stories that either read or want to read, so it wouldn't be hard to believe that I'd like the other five books as well. There is something about haunted house stories that I truly love, and I don't think I'm alone on that. Horror fans love ghosts and haunted houses. I think I back Douglas Clegg's list because he seems to have it right.
Douglas Clegg has put his own books at number 1,4,6, and 10 on his list. That could be taken as arrogant, however as an unknown writer myself I know it isn't. It's a move that is recommended in several how-to-writer's books. JA Konrath recommends this move in his ebook: A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing. If you have read some of the other books, and you enjoyed them, (Which I did) then you'll probably want to check out some of the others. (Which I definitely will) There's a chance you've read everything except the books by Douglas Clegg. If that's the case, then he probably just sold a few copies of his books.
List provided by Amazon' List Mania and Douglas Clegg.
Are these the best apocalyptic stories ever written? I have not read everything on the list, but these are without question the most popular. I don't think I've purposely stayed away from the apocalyptic novel, because I did read The Stand. I probably should check out some of the others and will in the future.