Paper Creeps

Maybe it's because most horror movies have an element of cheese, or maybe it's because when you read a horror story it allows for your own vivid images, but for whatever reason the book always seems scarier. Case in point: Groundhog Day. I don't remember being scared, just annoyed. However, its 1988 World Fantasy Award winning book beginning was Replay by Ken Grimwood and it is the horror read for tonight's Wylie Horror Book Club discussion at 6:30 p.m. The group meets at Eerie Books, 205 N. Ballard St in Wylie. For more information (including future books up for discussion), visit
Thu., Dec. 4, 6:30 p.m., 2008
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Courtney Clenney

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