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Obligatory Halloween post (and did I mention the British Fantasy Awards?)

Yes, it's that time of year again. Spooktober, horror month, scarefest - whatever you choose to call it, the run-up to Halloween seems to be the one time when even the most timid souls consider picking up a horror book. And because of that, it also becomes self-promotion month for horror writers the world over. I won't apologise - bear in mind that most of us barely make enough to pay for our overly intricate Halloween costumes, never mind make a living from it. So if you want some scares, step this way... First up, I have to plug Isolation: The Horror Anthology , out now from Titan Books. We've already received some rave reviews, and I'm pleased to say that it's even wormed its way onto the high street shelves at Waterstone's . If you haven't yet picked up a copy, it includes stories by Paul Tremblay, Tim Lebbon, Nina Allan, Joe R. Lansdale, Laird Barron, Ramsey Campbell, Angela Slatter, Ken Liu, M.R. Carey, Alison Littlewood, Chikodili Emelumadu and many,