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{Guest Post} Bookish Halloween Costume Ideas

Today I welcome book-blogger Michele from Just a lil’ Lost: In terms of bookish Halloween costumes, it might be safe to say that The Hunger Games will dominate this season. Whether you want to look competitively fierce like Katniss or stylishly fierce like Effie, the elements to put together this costume can be relatively simple to … Continue reading

{Guest Post} The Spookiest Book From My Childhood

Today I welcome middle-grade author and children’s book expert Vikki Vansickle: I read a lot of scary books in my middle grade years. I chalk this up to the fact that I was coming of age at the height of R.L. Stein’s Goosebumps series and Christopher Pike’s Fear Street series, not to mention the plethora … Continue reading

{Guest Post} Books to Get You in the Halloween Mood

Today I welcome book-blogger Ashley from Book Labyrinth, who shares her favourite spooky reads: YA Books to Get You in the Mood for Halloween AKA Creepy, Atmospheric Books Bad Girls Don’t Die by Katie Alender. Something is wrong with Alexis’s sister. This story includes ghosts, possession, and a creepy doll (!). Enthralled: Paranormal Diversions anthology … Continue reading

Happy Hallow’Read: An Interview with Allan Stratton

Toronto-based author Allan Stratton talks about how he approaches writing fantasy and shares a peak at his latest middle-grade book, The Grave Robber’s Apprentice (HarperCollins). Danielle: Welcome Allan! What attracted you to a book about a grave robber’s apprentice? Allan Stratton: I did a short story about a grave robber for the collection HALF-MINUTE HORRORS. … Continue reading

Happy Hallow’Read: An Interview with Evan Munday

Illustrator, writer and all around nice-guy Evan Munday stopped by to chat about his supernatural diet, his favourite Halloween treat and his latest book, The Dead Kid Detective Agency (ECW Press). Evan’s book follows a girl named October as she tries to solve the murder of her high school teacher… Oh, and she has a … Continue reading