October 2018 Wrap-Up

October may be over but my horror reading will never come to an end!


October 2018

Reviews Posted
(clicking on cover will bring you to my review)


           

                       
New Purchases


  



And these are all of the reasons that I am broke right now. The first pile was purchased at the Merrimack Valley Halloween Book Fair. They are all signed! I met two fellow blogging friends, Char of Char's Horror Corner and Andi of Andreya's Asylum and it was so great to meet them in person. Next year I hope I can overcome my shyness a little better. It didn't stop me from spending all of my money in about ten minutes though! 

NEWS & REMINDERS: We continue to be busy little bees over at the Ladies of Horror Fiction website. We have new reviews, guest posts, interviews and episode #2 of the podcast was released on Tuesday. You can listen to it hereToni talks about the history of Halloween, urban legends featuring women, new releases, current reads and a whole lot more. 

Our Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier Community Wide Readalong starts November 4th. Are you ready?  Click on the pic below for all of the details.



    
So, what are you all up to?

Comments

  1. Book fairs are dangerous places. I always come away broke, too. :)

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  2. I try to budget myself a few books each month. I would go broke if I bought all the books I want. lol Good thing NetGalley gives me a few free books each month.

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  3. I loved The First Days. She's a great writer and I had to buy the print copies too! We sure read a lot of the same books and authors!

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  4. It is hard to resist books that are signed. There is something special about them. I wouldn't have spent all my money too :) The First Days is one that I need to get to at some point. I hope you have a great November!

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  5. I liked The First Days other than that moaning whiny Jenni! She drove me crazy!

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  6. I loved Bad Apples and see a bunch more I wouldn't mind getting my hands on. :-)
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  7. Great reading month for you!

    I have to write my review for Sadie but that was a powerful read.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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