Women in Horror Fiction…

This year I have a new reading system in place. I started with a book by a female writer, followed by a book by a male writer, then another female, then a male… so on and so forth, you get the point 😁

I decided to do this after realising how imbalanced my reading ratio was last year (around 3/4s male). There are so many fantastic female voices in horror out there, and on reflection it seemed wholly unfair that I might unintentionally overlook some of them. So that’s why I decided to change my reading habits and make my own TBR list completely equal from here on in.

I’m just finishing up Adam Nevill’s The Reddening (which I’m loving!), and my next read is a toss up between these two beauties.

Monster, She Wrote by Lisa Kroger & Melanie R Anderson

Pine by Francine Toon

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R. H. Dixon is a horror enthusiast who, when not escaping into the fantastical realms of fiction, lives in the northeast of England with her husband and two whippets. She is an active member of the Horror Writers Association.

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2 comments on “Women in Horror Fiction…
  1. Glad to hear you’re enjoying The Reddening. Good books just make your day better, eh? I already have Pine on my TBR, but Monster, She Wrote sounds good, too! Hard choice.

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    • R. H. Dixon says:

      I think I’m swaying towards Monster, She Wrote because I haven’t read non-fiction for a while, and it’ll give me plenty of inspiration for my TBR list. Then I’ll get to Pine next ‘female’ read 🙂

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