A reader who’ll try anything once, including bad books in search of good ones. Eclectic as her tastes are, she tends to gravitate to historical romances, realistic contemporaries, and some fantasy novels.
Apparently you can't be both a Twilight and an X-files fan. At least that's what Paul Crilley thought when he wrote "Dusk".
Thanks for that shaming.
So far, all the stories have been written by men and it shows in Scully's character. Me not likey, much. Although I like Hillary Huber's voice and narration. Bronson Pinchot hasn't totally won me over, yet.
For future reference I copied the Table of Contents from a GR review:
01 - Introduction - Jonathan Maberry
5 - "Catatonia" by Tim Lebbon
37 - "The Beast of Little Hill" by Peter Clines
67 - "Oversight" by Aaron Rosenberg
85 - "Dusk" by Paul Crilley
117 - "Loving the Alien" by Stefan Petrucha
145 - "Non Gratum Anus Rodentum" by Brian Keene
167 - "Back in El Paso My Life Will be Worthless" by Keith R.A. DeCandido
193 - "Paranormal Quest" by Ray Garton
225 - "King of the Watery Deep" by Timothy Deal
251 - "Sewers" by Gini Koch
281 - "Clair de Lune" by W.D. Gagliani and David Benton
297 - "It’s All in the Eyes" by Heather Graham
323 - "The House on Hickory Hill" by Max Allan Collins
359 - "Time and Tide" by Gayle Lynds and John C. Sheldon
387 - "Statues" by Kevin J. Anderson
413 - Author Bios