15 Days of Halloween: All Hallow’s Read


On the eve of November and NaNoWriMo, there is one even that must first be brought to light – All Hallows Read.

The tradition began with a blog thought by Neil Gaiman – why not give out scary books on Halloween in an effort to share the stories that you love – and it has gained evermore steam as it enters its third year.

It is a perfect opportunity for those tales, stories, ghosts, and spooks that live between the pages to escape into the imagination of someone who may be unaware of the thrills a book can possess.

What better time than Halloween – when the suspension of disbelief tends to be at its highest point as we watch the night for zipping broomsticks, ethereal spirits, and unexplained flickers of ghoulish light and whispered haunts.

And what better announcement to kickoff the 15 Days of Halloween; budget cuts, ya know?

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