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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?

This week’s panel:

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

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Patrick Hester is a writer, blogger, podcasting dude, Denver transplant and all around Functional Nerd. Don't hate him cuz he has a cool hat.

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

  1. I’m sorry, Patrick, that my entry was evidently unusable.



  2. Ack!  


    Okay, I should have listened to the podcast before commenting. I’m on it, just not listed with the panel participants!

  3. d’oh! Sorry Paul! Don’t know what happened on the post other than a brain fart! :(

    So so sorry!!!  JohnD fixed the post and yes, you are on the episode! :)


  4. 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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