Now we do not celebrate Halloween in Nigeria *sob* but I know a lot of you do. And I also know you'll be all dressed up in your costumes out having fun. But just incase you decide to stay in and like a true bookworm, crave something spooky to read, I had these three authors share with you their top picks for a literal Halloween spook-out session.
1. Gina Dickerson Author of Mortiswood: The Kaelia Awakening
2. What's your worst childhood Hallowed memory (if you have any).
3. What are your top five picks for the ultimate Halloween spook-out session?
Book-wise? If we’re talking books I like to go on a throw-back fest to my teenage years and read a book from the ‘Point Horror’ series, probably ‘Teachers Pet’ by Richie Tankersley Cusick, or ‘Fall Into Darkness’ by Christopher Pike which isn’t in that series but is really good. Other choices would be ‘The Wakefield Witches’ by Daoma Winston, any of Roald Dahl’s darker short stories, or a tale about angels and demons. Curling up with a creepy book, a packet of crisps, and a mug of green tea is a perfect way to celebrate Halloween…although I may need more than candle light to chase the shadows away!