LOHF Day 1: Show me your "Lady Stack"

It's day #1 of our Ladies of Horror Fiction challenge and I hope you can join us to showcase horror fiction written by the ladies. See the rest of the posts by using the #LadiesOfHorrorFiction hashtag at Twitter & Instagram.

Here's my picture of the day:


My stack features some tbr scary tales that I discovered lurking in my basement when I went looking for Angela Carter's THE BLOODY CHAMBER. I didn't find it but I know it's down there somewhere. . . 

In this pile resides:
(all links lead to Goodreads)


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See the rest of the pretty pictures by clicking on this Instagram picture:

& over on Twitter by clicking the lovely picture below:



Look at all those books and it's only day #1!! What on earth should I read first? My wallet is going to be crying very soon. If you've read any of these featured books let me know your thoughts in the comments. 

Comments

  1. A House Divided looks awesome. That's the one I'd try first if it were me. :)

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  2. Oh wow it's August! I want to participate in this Instagram challenge but I'll have to do it after work. I love your lady stack!!

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    1. Thanks, Tammy. You can participate whenever you have time. I had to do most of my pics in July in order to participate because I knew I'd get busy and flake out.

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  3. Very horrorlicious looking books! I'm really busy now so I can't join this but I'll be popping around to people's post to see what's happening and share.

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    1. I'm glad you'll be checking out the posts and hope you find some books!

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  4. Aw, hey, that's me. :) I'm so excited about today!! My heart is full.

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    1. It's been going so well my fellow #LadiesofHorrorFiction!

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  5. I'll be reading Ania Ahlborn's The Shuddering this month and Christa Faust's Final Destination 3. Both are new to me authors. I'll be doing my horror month in October!

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  6. I was hoping you would have recommendations. I haven't read horror in so long that I don't know of many authors period never mind women.

    I'll have to see if I have anything that's considered horror on my shelf. I'll probably only get one book in but it's more than I would have lol

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. That's ok, do what you can or just nab some recommendations. We're easy :)

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    2. I'm reading Jac Jemc's THE GRIP OF IT right now. It's a haunted house tale dripping in atmosphere. I'm loving it so far.

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    3. I haven't looked into it but while doing my Blog Name in books tag I think The Replacement by Brenna Yovanoff & maybe Sunshine by Robin McKinley (that would be a re-read and it's vampires) would work & I have them right on my shelf!

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    4. Awesome! I can't wait to see your pics :)

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  7. I love discovering new books so off to check out more posts!

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  8. Great lady stack. Maybe you will find the missing book some day. lol
    sherry @ fundinmental

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    1. I sure hope so *sniff*. I hate it when they disappear like that.

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  9. I haven't read Horror in a long time but I watch Horror movies all the time. I am loving that doll and those books look great.

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    1. Thanks, Mary. I love horror movies too. I should start reviewing them again.

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  10. These look great! I definitely need to read more horror very soon.

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