Nightfire Writer Picks: What to Read in Self-Isolation

Nightfire Writer Picks: What to Read in Self-Isolation

Nightfire Writer Picks: What to Read in Self-Isolation - 143

Last week we gave you our staff picks for what to read while you’re at home, self-isolating. This week, we asked our writers to do the same – from an academic cult to a dear friend who’s been replaced by an impostor, this selection of books will encourage you to stay home, because, after all, hell is other people. Stay safe, friends.


Meghan Ball

and-then-there-were-none

Sam Reader

and-then-there-were-none1

Nicole Hill

and-then-there-were-none2

Sadie Hartmann

and-then-there-were-none3

Janelle Janson

and-then-there-were-none4

Leah Schnelbach

and-then-there-were-none44

Tell us what you’re reading, watching, and playing in the comments!


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One thought on “Nightfire Writer Picks: What to Read in Self-Isolation

  1. Honestly, I absolutely consider “And Then There Were None” to be horror. It’s basically a slasher story — isolated location, creative murders, unrelenting killer, extremely suspenseful, and everyone dies.

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