I'd like to take just a moment to direct your attention to a few other sources of horrific delight, if you'll indulge me. There are a lot of folks with just as much (and maybe more) love for all things scary as I have and I think you should know about them.
1. Spooky Sean
Spooky Sean is a Massachusetts-based horror writer and blogger. If you are in the mood for a ripping serial killer story or a great review of an obscure horror flick, check him out.
2. Dark Bits
Howard Hopkins is one of those writers who lives in Maine but isn't Stephen King. Visiting his blog will go you some insights into the mind of a working fictionist as well as bits of his ongoing tale "The Chloe Files."
3. Final Girl
Stacie Ponder runs Final Girl. Loving horror is not "just a guy thing" and Ponder is one of the better women horror bloggers (and blogger in general, just so you know) out there.
4. Talk Stephen King
A blog devoted to my favorite author, David Squyers's Talk Stephen King is an intense look at the Man from Maine. What pleases me the most is that the blog focuses on the work (and adaptations) of King. The posts on "IT" are well worth your time.
5. The Single Bullet Theory
No, it's not a JFK assassination conspiracy blog. It's about zombies. Marshall Popham is my go-to guy for all things zombie. He should be yours, too. And I figure if I include him on this list, maybe he'll get his ass in gear and write more. I can say things like that because we're friends.
So there you go. Just some places to spend a little time if you get sick of reading me or just want a different take on things. And if you do visit, be sure to tell them Warning Signs sent you.