Spooky. Eerie. Creepy. Riveting. Scary. Spine-chilling. Frightening. Disturbing. Terrifying.
Be it fiction or non-fiction, blood-soaked slashing or children's ghost stories, the above words are just some of the many ways to describe a good piece of horror literature. So if you want to celebrate the best time of the year with and extra little something, why not participate in the 'All Hallows Read' this year!
'All Hallows Eve' began, after Neil Gaiman urged people to give each other scary books on Halloween, in this blog post. That really is all there is to it. You can give a book - new or old, second-hand or specially bought, well-known or obscure etc. - to someone as a gift on Halloween. The only condition is that it must be a creepy read. Who knows, you might even get a book or two in return!
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