Halloween is almost here! Can you believe it? I'm so ready for all things spooky and fall! I don't know if I'm going to do my 31 Days of Costumes--it can get tiring--but I'm definitely going to shoot for several costumes, movies and books. I have a much more ambitious list of books to read than I'd like, so I thought I'd invite the Real Book readers to help me narrow it down.
Some classics on my list include Something Wicked this Way Comes, Macbeth and Hell House. How I've never read these all the way through, I have no idea. Bradbury, Shakespeare and Matheson--sound like a good Halloween plan? Then I have some re-reads on my list, including Troll's Eye View and Anna Dressed in Blood. Both were favorites of mine years ago, which could mean nothing or everything now! My tastes have definitely changed.
Some other new-to-me ideas include Splendors & Glooms (I was considering this for our family read-aloud), The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein, Labyrinth Lost (which I never finished!) and House of Dries Dear. Would anyone suggest these books, or others that you think are great for this time of year?
What is everyone reading for October? Share your TBRs in the chat!