It seems like only yesterday I was starting to plan this year’s Murder Monsters & Mayhem and now it’s over. I truly had a wonderful time planning this annual event and I look forward to doing this again next year. Those of you who have become accustomed to my reviews of horror/thrillers need not worry; I still plan on featuring one weekly as part of my Frightful Friday feature! I have a whole host of titles lined up to review that I was unable to fit into Murder, Monsters & Mayhem!
Following is a list of what transpired this month:
- Guest Post: Stacey Graham, author of Girls’ Ghost Hunting Guide
- Review: The Girls’ Ghost Hunting Guide by Stacey Graham
- Halloween Post Ideas (and Giveaway!)
- Small Medium at Large by Joanne Levy
- Guest Post: Tamara Thorne Discusses Fear of the Unknown
- Review: Horrid Henry’s Monster Movie by Francesca Simon
- The Coffee Table Book of Doom by Steven Appleby & Art Lester
- Audiobook Review: Zombies: A Record of the Year of Infection by Don Roff and Chris Lane
- All the Lovely Bad Ones by Mary Downing Hahn
- Review: Ten by Gretchen McNeil
- Review: Dolly-A Ghost Story by Susan Hill
- Guest Review: Trucker Ghost Stories: And Other True Tales of Haunted Highways, Weird Encounters, and Legends of the Road by Annie Wilder
- Review: Haunted by James Herbert
- Review: Red Rain by R.L. Stine
- Review: The Devil I Know by Jackie Barrett
- Guest Post: Author Alma Katsu Recommends Dark Historicals
- Ghost Town by Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson & Tim Waggoner
- Review: The House that Jack Built by Graham Masterton
- Guest Post: Why Horror by Graham Masterton
- Review: Your House is On Fire, Your Children All Gone by Stefan Kiesbye
Number of books reviewed: 14.
Favorite book of the month: Zombies: A Record of Infection by Don Roff & Chris Lane.
I’d like to send out a special thanks to all of you who contributed guest posts & reviews. More importantly, a special thank you to all of you who participated in Murder, Monsters & Mayhem this year! Each year the participation increases and it warms my heart to see the interest and excitement for this event each year. Be sure to check out all the great posts from participants!
Remember, you still have time to enter my Halloween giveaway! Entry is super easy, I promise!
Finally, if you have any suggestions, comments about this year’s event, I’d love to hear them. Feel free to contact me directly via my Contact Me form or email me directly at jennsbookshelf AT gmail DOT com.