Sunday, October 28, 2018

Halloween Reading (and Giveaway!)

Hello, bibliovores! With Halloween fast approaching, I'd like to share some great Halloween-themed books that will make this spooky holiday even more fun. 

Slasher Girls & Monster Boys

Terrifying tales and psychological thrillers... the synopsis of this anthology is spot on!


YA horror - a genre I'm too scared to read. Perfect for Halloween!

The Accident Season

I've read this book and it is eerie and fantastic.

Blood and Salt (Blood and Salt, #1)

This is book one of a gory series...

Daughters Unto Devils

The cover just LOOKS creepy enough for Halloween. *shudders*

The Suffering (The Girl from the Well, #2)

This is book two of a series but I wanted to share this one because of the cover... look at it! I would run.

Welcome to the Dark House (Dark House, #1)

Ready to face your worst fears? You will in this story...

The Vampire Combat Field Guide: A Coloring and Activity Book For Fighting the Bloodthirsty Undead

A little different from the books again - this is an activity book! I got one and did some coloring. It's great if you love coloring!

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas 

This is a coloring book! And yes it's a "Christmas" coloring book BUT as with anything Tim Burton, it works for Halloween as well!

Hocus Pocus & The All New Sequel

This is newly published and perfect for fans of Hocus Pocus!

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown

Something tells me this book is... chilling.

Any of these catch your eye? There's plenty of great YA horror stories to choose from. And good news, for anyone who wants to try some Halloween-ish reads! I've got a giveaway ending soon that is perfect for the holiday.


  1. Oh yes, chills and thrills in this batch. I've got the Accident Season, but just need to get busy and read it. I've heard that first one touted up as really good, but I'm too chicken to try it. :)

  2. I do love some thrills and chills. I normally like to read gothic romance or spooky paranormal romance --so some Jacqueline Frank or Amanda Ashley are great.

  3. The Coldest Girl in Coldtown is awesome! I need to reread it soon.

  4. Ooh fun fun! I really want to read Slasher Girls and Monster Boys.


  5. Eee, creepy books :D I LOVE creepy books. I need to read more of them, haha. And ahh, have not yet the Slasher book yet, aaack. Must read it soonish :) Lovely post Alyssa. <3


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