Tuesday Talks: Halloween Reads

Tuesday Talks

Making videos is a little bit like exposure therapy for me. Maybe if I create videos more frequently, I’ll not only learn what I’m doing (note to self: record in HD), but get more comfortable watching myself on video. So, since one of my unwritten writing-related goals for the years was to put more videos on my YouTube Channel, and it’s nearly the end of October, what better time to link up with Tuesday Talks (over on Goodreads) than now?

Today’s topic: Favorite books to read for Halloween.

For your convenience, here are the books I mentioned:

Tales & Poems by Edgar Allan Poe (available in a variety of editions)

Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allan Poe (available in a variety of editions)

Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier

Frozen Footprints by Therese Heckenkamp

Crazy, Sexy Ghoulish by G. G. Andrew (I think this may be perma-free.)

Honor at Stake by Declan Finn

The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin by Joe Troiano

The Half Killed by Quenby Olson

Do you have any Halloween reading suggestions?


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4 thoughts on “Tuesday Talks: Halloween Reads

  1. Thanks for the fun book suggestions! I will definitely check some of these out! I need some inspiration for a somewhat dark story I’m trying to write.

  2. I do like “A Cask of Amontillado” by Poe, but I don’t generally go for “thrills and chills” type reading! I have enjoyed a couple of suspense novels this year, “I Believe You” by Jeanne Grunert and “Dying for Revenge” by Dr. Barbara Golder.

  3. Great video, Carolyn! And thanks so much for the mention! I’m a Poe fan, too. Daphne Du Maurier’s “Jamaica Inn” is another wonderful chilling read. I’ve also enjoyed some dark suspense novels by Lois Duncan and Caroline B. Cooney.

    • I’ve heard good things about Jamaica Inn. I’ll have to read that one. I read a lot of Lois Duncan when I was a teen, but I haven’t heard of Caroline Cooney.

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