Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Writers Gotta Read, Right? – Halloween/Samhain/Día de los Muertos

It seems to me that the end of October and first of November are just crammed with holidays/celebrations. Wonder why? Not sure if that applies to other parts of the year as well, but just saying, I was struck by this as I settled in to write this post. So, without further ado (but maybe a “Boo!” or two), here is some lists of reading lists as the months turn (with a special non-book-related link at the end).

Image by Larisa Koshkina from Pixabay

Halloween (Oct. 31)

Samhain (Oct. 31– Nov. 1)

Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead (Nov. 1–2)

Finally—bonus! bonus!—not books, but for the musically inclined (thank you, Washington Post): The 50 best Halloween songs of all time 

Plenty here to choose from. Pick a book, grab your favorite cuppa, and snuggle up under a cozy blanket. Also, please share in the comments what books you’re currently reading.  

Ann Parker authors the award-winning Silver Rush historical mystery series published by Poisoned Pen Press, an imprint of Sourcebooks. During the day, she wrangles words for a living as a science editor/writer and marketing communications specialist (which is basically a fancy term for "editor/writer"). Her midnight hours are devoted to scribbling fiction. Visit AnnParker.net for more information.

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