13 Days of Halloween DAY 3--Scary books
I've been sharing all of my non-author-ish Halloween favorites, so I thought it was time to talk books!
I apologize for missing Day 4--I was out of town, but if you check out my Instagram page, you'll find plenty of pics of my Indy trip!
I'm not into horror, so this isn't that kind of list. I'm much more into suspense and heart-pounding action and psychological chills.
Zombie, Ohio: A Tale of the Undead
By Scott Kenemore
Get it HERE
I wouldn't normally pick up a book about zombies, because of my non-interest in horror. And to be honest, I don't remember how I even stumbled across this book, or when I did, why I decided to read it. Maybe it was the description, which told me this wasn't your normal zombie tale. Peter Mellor, the main character, dies at the beginning and slowly comes to realize he has unfortunately become a zombie. Told from his perspective, it's a tale of his descent into the abyss of becoming undead. It's funny, sometimes gross, but always interesting. And I'm excited to note that there are two other books in the series, including Zombie Indiana, which is set in my Hoosier stomping grounds.
The Angela Panther Mystery Series
By Carolyn Ridder Aspenson
The Ghost Dusters Mysteries
By Wendy Roberts
By Rachel Caine
The Works of Edgar Allan Poe
The Harry Potter Series
By JK Rowling
That Old Black Magic
By Caroline Fardig