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Frankenstein - Lost Souls by Koontz Book Review
People in the town of Rainbow Falls, Montana are being duplicated and replaced with intruders engineered by the evil Victor Helios (i.e. Dr. Frankenstein). Lost Souls is Book 4 in the Frankenstein series by Dean Koontz.
Frankenstein's Confessional - Book Review
A collection of short horror stories from the monster's point of view.
History of Trick-or-Treat
When you open that door on Halloween night you are bound to see some of our favorites from horror literature. How did the weirdest night of the year with its custom of trick-or-treating get started?
Early Halloween History
Halloween and horror literature are forever linked in American culture. But how did Halloween originate and how did it come to be a time to celebrate the worst nightmares from our scariest tales?
Halloween Picture Books for Pre-School Kids
Reading to a child has to be one of the all-time best things in life. For Halloween time, or anytime, the four books listed here are sure to be award winners for the adult to read and share with a child.
Cemetery Club by JG Faherty – Book Review
JG Faherty begins this fine tale of horror with ancient evils buried in the past of the small town of Rocky Point, NY. If you enjoy horror, this one is a fun, spooky page turner.
Women in Horror Literature – The Classics
Horror stories have been around since the early days of men but until recent times women authors who dabbled in the genre were few and far between. The three historical favorites include Shelley, Gilman, and Jackson.
Halloween Party Theme Ideas
Old traditions and celebrations which originated with the change of the seasons have evolved into a modern version of Halloween events with horror literature and movies taking center stage. Begin your own tradition with a literary themed Halloween party using one of these ideas.
Pleasurable Fear – Horror Literature
Fine literary writing is often based on emotions. Fear is the greatest emotion of all and yet horror writers are looked down on when they bring fear to the table. But they continue to have untold numbers of fans. Maybe it's about time to re-examine the emotion of fear in literature.
May Bird by Jodi Lynn Anderson – YA Book Review
May Bird is a ten-year old girl with the spirit of a warrior who finds herself trapped in the land of the dead. Follow the adventures of May Bird and her cat Somber Kitty as they try to return to the land of the living.
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