The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 087): Do You Like To Be Scared?

In episode 87 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks our irregulars to call in and answer the question: Do you like to be scared?

  • From Goosebumps and Spooksville to Weaveworld and Pet Sematary, we love to be scared when we read – or do we?
  • Do you, personally, like to be scared?
  • If you know a book is characterized as horror – will you pick it up?
  • Have you ever picked up a book and enjoyed it without realizing it was a horror novel? If yes, which book(s)/author?
  • Have you ever put a book down (or hid it in the freezer) because you realized what it was (horror)?
  • If you are a fan of horror – who is your favorite author and what is your favorite book?

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This episode features a pair of New Author Spotlights by Jessica Strider.

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4 thoughts on “The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 087): Do You Like To Be Scared?”

  1. i’ve always hated horror films so that might have been why i never read horror. that scared feeling is the worst! however, i pucked up End of the Line from Solaris a few months ago and loved some of the stories. not sure i’ll turn into a straight-up horror fan but i dug the suspense. 


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