Today, I decided to do something different from Quote Me Thursday. Rather than collecting more scary quotes for you guys, I decided to take advantage of the knowledge of others.
I am not the most frequent reader of horror books, so I don’t have knowledge of what the “best” horror novels are, or what the scariest stories of all time might be. Rather than share quotes for you today, I am sharing with you collections of scary book lists that you may want to try reading before October is over! Although, I believe November feels equally creepy to October, if not more- here are the best scary books to read in October:
- Mashable has a list of books they believe are scarier than any horror movie.
- USA Today asked horror authors what the scariest books were that they had ever read, and these are the titles the authors picked.
- The Telegraph from the UK selected 15 of their favorite horror books– a list that includes several selections you may not be aware of.
- Book Riot has the solution for creepy reads for individuals who don’t like gory horror novels (raises hand).
- And finally, leave it to Flavorwire to come up with a list of the 50 scariest books of all time.
These lists should keep you busy for the next several Halloweens!
Quote Me Thursday Link Up
Now it’s time to link up your book posts to Quote Me Thursday!
Remember, you can link up any book-related post!
As always, I will feature my favorite link-up and by linking up, you agree to receive Quote Me Thursday reminders and have your post shared on Daily Mayo. I will also pin all link-ups to the new Quote Me Thursday Pinterest board (send me your e-mail or Pinterest ID if you want to be added as a contributor).
Last week, we had so many amazing posts linked to Quote Me Thursday! It was difficult for me to pick just one, but in the end, Helen from Life in Random Bits posted a really amazing quote from L.M. Montgomery, one of my favorite authors, so I had to choose her post to feature.
Will you be next week’s feature?
1. Links must be book or quote-related (reviews, quotes, book lists, author interviews, whatever!).
2. Link to your blog-specific URL, not your home page.
3. Visit some of the other posts and have some fun!
4. Use the hashtag #quotemethursday when sharing this link-up!
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