My Life in Horror

Welcome to “My Life in Horror,” a monthly column from George Daniel Lea that explores the horror genre’s impact on him as an author. As someone who has been fascinated by horror since childhood, George has developed a deep appreciation for the genre’s unique ability to unsettle and challenge audiences. In this series, he shares his personal history with horror, from his earliest encounters with classic horror films to his current work as a horror author.

 

George’s love of horror began at a young age when he would sneak out of bed to watch late-night horror movies with his older siblings. He was drawn to the genre’s ability to tap into primal fears, explore the darker aspects of human nature, and push the boundaries of what is socially acceptable. As he grew older, George’s interest in horror only intensified, and he became an avid reader of horror fiction and a collector of horror films.

 

Today, George is an accomplished author in his own right, having written several horror novels and short stories that have garnered critical acclaim. He credits his lifelong love of horror with inspiring his writing and giving him a unique perspective on the genre. In this series, George will share his insights into the horror world, from the latest trends in horror fiction to the enduring appeal of classic horror films.

 

Whether you’re a die-hard horror fan or just curious about the genre, “My Life in Horror” is the perfect place to explore the dark, twisted world of horror alongside one of its most passionate and insightful writers. So sit back, turn down the lights, and join us for a journey into the heart of darkness.

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