I was so excited when I learned that the Spring Into Horror Readathon, hosted by Michelle of Seasons of Reading, aligned perfectly for me this year! I had my TBR for the event set and ready to roll! This was quite the successful event for me! Let’s dive into my results!
Spring Into Horror Readathon
The Luminous Dead by Caitlin Starling is a totally captivating but nerve-wracking tale that is certainly not for those that fear tight spaces… While reading this tale, I felt so horribly claustrophobic… But I couldn’t stop. I had to find out what happened next! Let’s dive into my review!
The Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark collection is an awesome collection of tales that ranges from a little humorous to completely horrifying for readers ages 8-12. These stories were available in our school library when I was a kid. I’m not sure how old I was when I first pulled one off the…
The Body by Stephen King is a wonderful tale about the rise and fall of the friendship between a group of boys over the course of one morbid adventure and the aftermath of that event. This was another book that I read for the Spring Into Horror Readathon! Let’s dive into my review!
Carnival of Horror is another amazing short story collection put together by Kevin J Kennedy. This collection has a little something for all horror lovers! Mr Kennedy had sent this over to me ages ago, but I had quite the backlog of honest review requests that sat between where I was in the queue and…
I’m SO excited to be participating in the Spring Into Horror readathon this year! This event is hosted by Michelle of Seasons of Reading. Feel free to check out her blog to learn more about the event and read the guidelines. Let’s dive into my TBR for the event!