Almost Normal Horror by Christine Morgan
Such a simple question, yet the bane of many a writer. Especially horror writers, for is not horror itself, by its very definition, already abnormal? Isn’t it horror’s basic nature to be, well, kinda messed up?
Christine Morgan—ask anyone who knows her—has not been “normal” for a long, long time. If ever. These sixteen stories, spanning over two decades, demonstrate that even when writing on the less extreme and graphic side of things, she still just somehow ain’t right.
From creepy kids and troubled teens to expectant mothers and put-upon daughters … from giant hummingbirds to tiny tragic kittens … suitcases and mannequins … phobias and madness and more, welcome to what she considers ALMOST NORMAL HORROR