Week-Before-Halloween Weekend Reading – All Hallows’ Eve

Charles Williams was a contemporary of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, so All Hallows’ Eve is a cerebral kind of horror that you won’t be able to get through in one weekend – but you could finish it in a week and get to the end before Halloween. (The link … Continue ReadingWeek-Before-Halloween Weekend Reading – All Hallows’ Eve

Fifteen Days to Halloween! Your Weekend Reading

Shirly Jackson wrote some scary stuff. You’ve probably hear of The Lottery; it seems like that was required reading in school for many of us. It’s definitely creepy. Why not try her novel We Have Always Lived in the Castle? Mary Katherine (Merricat) Blackwood is the first-person narrator; she is … Continue ReadingFifteen Days to Halloween! Your Weekend Reading

Your FREE Weekend Reading – Dracula on Demand

I’ve never actually read Bram Stoker’s Classic Dracula, in spite of my sister’s telling me the book is great. It’s free to read on the Project Gutenberg website (you can even send it to your Kindle if you want) and I don’t think it’s terribly long. . . maybe I’ll … Continue ReadingYour FREE Weekend Reading – Dracula on Demand

Weekend Reading – The Lady Jewel Diviner

I ran across Rosalie Oaks’ The Lady Jewel Diviner on Reedsy Discovery, and I’m sad that I missed this title when it was available for review! Still, I bought it ($3.99 for the Kindle version) and will be reading it this weekend. This is the story of a woman in what … Continue ReadingWeekend Reading – The Lady Jewel Diviner

Your Weekend Reading for a (Ghostly) Holiday Season

Are you looking for some holiday-themed weekend reading? I’ve mentioned in other posts that ghost stories were a Victorian tradition.  Why not read one or two this weekend? All are free on Amazon except The Christmas Angel, which is $1, and they’re mostly quite short. Here are some to get you … Continue ReadingYour Weekend Reading for a (Ghostly) Holiday Season

Your Weekend Reading – the Friday the 13th Edition

So you need something to read this weekend – something short, maybe, that you can finish by Sunday night, and preferably free?  Check out these this short list of free Kindle books (really free – not Kindle Unlimited or Prime free), which are either of a length to be finished … Continue ReadingYour Weekend Reading – the Friday the 13th Edition