Happy Halloween, readers!!
As you know, I am a huge fan of the spooky reading genre so though there is LOTS in my head to say, I’ve not had much time to get it from my head to my fingers. I’ve had two children with birthdays, class harvest parties (one I made a snack for and the other I was talked into organizing), parent-teacher conferences, final projects due for kids, getting ready for costumes, illness, and I’ve been putting together a fund-raiser for the local organization for which I am President of the Board–Ashland County Cancer Association. We raise funds for local people with cancer and it’s our biggest fundraiser event of the year.
All that said, I have a pile of books to review, but I have a smaller pile of books READ already in the horror genre that need to get reviewed. It’s spook season so I’m going to try and do some posts this weekend. It doesn’t all have to wrap up after Halloween does it? I mean, we can all snuggle in bed and read a good scary book or two, delve into some psychological abyss, or walk around looking over our shoulder….right?? Let me know you agree.
I’d love to give an update on some of the fun things the kids and I read and crafts we tried as well, it’s a fun celebration in our house. I can’t help but like jack-o-lanterns, bats, witches, ghosts, and all kinds of things that go bump in the night.
Have a great, safe, and fun weekend! (oh, in the meantime, tell me in the comments what spooky things you’ve read for Halloween….)