30 Spooky Halloween Tag Questions

Halloween is just a little over a week away and it is freezing right now in Minnesota (44 °F, 7 °C as I write this) and most of the leaves have fallen. Fall is almost over and I have a horrible feeling that winter will follow closely on its heels. But I thought I would do one … Continue reading 30 Spooky Halloween Tag Questions

Book Review: The Witches’ Tree by M.C. Beaton

If you’ve followed my blog for some time, you’ll probably know what a massive fan I am of cozy mysteries. Even if they are repetitive and similar, I love them all. Until I read this one… A little background on this series. This is Book #28 of the Agatha Raisin mystery series, and one I’ve … Continue reading Book Review: The Witches’ Tree by M.C. Beaton

Halloween Creatures Book Tag

I saw this tag come out a few days ago and, since it's Spooktober and I was looking for some fun book tags, I thought this one would be perfect. The original creator is Anthony from KeepReadingForward. As always, I was not tagged and I will not be tagging anyone. Okay, let's go! Witch A … Continue reading Halloween Creatures Book Tag

My Favorite Halloween Songs

No October would be complete without listening to some Spooktober-themed music. So I compiled a short list of the songs that I often set on repeat during this month! These probably aren't the typical songs you see on Halloween song lists...but let's go anyway. Don't Fear The Reaper (The Spiritual Machines) This song is from … Continue reading My Favorite Halloween Songs

All About Halloween Book Tag

Welcome to October, the month of carving pumpkins, falling leaves, drinking apple cider, and, most importantly, Halloween! Welcome to my first post of October this year! As I announced in my last Reading Wrap-up, this month is going to be all about Halloween. I thought it would be fun to start off with a Halloween … Continue reading All About Halloween Book Tag

Unique Places to Set a Horror Story

If you’ve read and watched as many horror stories as I have, you’ll know that creators love to set their plots around really creepy places, like haunted houses and asylums. But let’s face it: the same old setting can get a wee bit repetitive because few authors seem to find new, unique settings. So today … Continue reading Unique Places to Set a Horror Story