To those of us who appreciate Gothic inspiration, atmosphere plays an important role. Drizzling rain and the clap of thunder. A moody sky and chilly air filled with the scent of chimney smoke. Old stories handed down over generations.
Always on the lookout for a new thriller-suspense novel? Like to try new-to-you authors? Then sit back and pour a cup of coffee, and let me tell you about two excellent authors I recently discovered.
I’ve written before about thriller, mystery, and suspense for your ears. But since then, I’ve found even more sources for free, creepy short stories and audio dramas you’re going to love.
You may have heard the terms “gothic horror” tossed around in book-related circles. But have you ever wondered what the terms actually mean?
What’s the last great thriller book you read? Did you leave a review of it on Amazon, Goodreads, or another popular site?
I’ve been reading some really great thriller books recently: a gothic-inspired novel set in Morocco, a camp-based suspense novel full of family drama, and a domestic thriller.
Have you ever read a thriller book that eerily parallels a situation in real life? Maybe you see on the news that your “quiet neighbor” down the street just got arrested for drug trafficking or beating his coworker into a coma.