For the 10/28/14 Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Read more on Riffle
The October Country: Stories by Ray Bradbury
I don't know if there's any more perfect author to read in the fall than Ray Bradbury. This collection is tops on my own list for this year's Halloween season.
1 / 10
The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab
This is such a spooky story!
2 / 10
Bliss House: A Novel by Laura Benedict
What could be better for Halloween than a great, new haunted house story?!
3 / 10
The Harrowing by Alexandra Sokoloff
Still one of my favorite ghost stories! It's highly atmospheric and intensely creepy.
4 / 10
'Salem's Lot by Stephen King
King's vampire tale screams fall - but maybe that could be because I rewatched the movie just this month.
5 / 10
The Halloween Man by Douglas Clegg
This one's pretty self-explanatory :) Clegg is one of my favorite horror authors and I happily recommend his books all year long.
6 / 10
The Dead Path by Stephen M. Irwin
Aussie horror - and it's a fabulous one!
7 / 10
20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill
Yet another fabulous short story collection perfect for this time of year.
8 / 10
The Ghost Writer by John Harwood
This one has Victorian-style ghost stories woven into the main tale. Another highly atmospheric read and another Aussie contribution to this list.
9 / 10
In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories (I Can Read! Reading 2) by Alvin Schwartz
Yes, it's a kids' book. A fabulous kids' book with some of the creepiest urban legends ever!
10 / 10