Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Horror Books For Halloween (and win a copy of Tales From The Tower)



It's October - the time of year when the wind picks up leaves and swirls them at our heels, when the shadows grow longer as they stalk at our heels. It's time for Halloween.

As we count down to the day when ghosts and ghouls and goblins come out to play, I'm doing a rundown each day of horror books that I love over on Twitter - and I'm going to gather those tweets here too, along with replies suggested by followers.

Do join in - either in the comments here, or over on my Twitter account - just click on one of the tweets below to come through and join in the chat.

I'd love to hear your suggestions. Oh, and on Halloween itself, I'll share my favourite horror book ever - if you can guess what it is beforehand, I'll give the first person to do so a paperback copy of Tales From The Tower (available at myBook.to/Tower), including my horror story The Chickcharney.

And so, we begin...
























I love that others are chipping in with extra suggestions - such as the one below.
















2 comments:

  1. Not seeing many women horror authors recommended.

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    1. Suggestions welcomed - happy to include suggestions from others too, part of why I started the list really, to garner ideas from all. So pitch your favourites, by all means, and I'll be happy to add them in.

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