Halloween Week – Day 2 – Horror of Halloween! Featuring Tim Miller, Marie F Crow, and more!

Halloween Celebration

Day 2 – Halloween Celebration – Celebrating Horror in books!

For today’s Halloween feature, we’ll be featuring some amazing horror novels, both indie and mainstream which scream horror, and I’ve also included Neil Gaiman’s list of best Halloween books for young adults! Books for everyone! Take a minute to look over the list, and find some Halloween reads to share with your family!

Some Indie Horror Reads for Adults! Just a few choices to check out!

 Tim Miller – The Dark Exorcist

Amazon | Goodreads


A.K. Kuykendall – The Possession

Amazon | Goodreads


Tahir Shah – Eye Spy

Amazon | Goodreads


Marie F Crow – The Risen Series

Amazon | Goodreads


Neil Gaiman’s 11 Scary Book for Young Readers!

So here’s a list of Neil’s favorite scary books for young readers. Find more recommendations here!


The Time of the Ghost by Diana Wynne Jones


The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King


The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury (This is one of my all time favorite Halloween reads!)


The House With a Clock in Its Walls by John Bellairs


Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz (This book is what made me a horror lover from Childhood!)


Goosebumps by R.L. Stine


The Witches by Roald Dahl


Krabat (AKA the Satanic Mill) by Ottfried Preussler


The Thief of Always by Clive Barker


Aunt Maria by Diana Wynne Jones


Something Wicked Comes This Way by Ray Bradbury


For today’s entry for the Halloween Celebration Giveaway, just comment on this post, and let me know you’re favorite horror novel! Simple,

bonus entry #1, Tweet this!  – ” I love Horror Novels! Check out this Halloween Celebration with prizes from @BloggerSunshine and @MarieFCrow! http://bit.ly/16jrAMI”

bonus entry #2, find me the best scary pumpkin picture you can and post it on my Facebook page!

Good luck! 🙂



  1. I’ve always loved the Goosebumps series but as I’ve gotten older I’ve found that Karina Halle scares the shit out of me! I LOVE her series Experiment in Terror!

  2. I’ve not read a horror novel for a LONG time! But I did absolutely LOVE the goosebumps books as a kids! Especially the ones where you could pick the direction the story would take, as you read… would spend hours trying to find the different endings!

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