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Trick-or-Treat Chronicles

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Trick-or-Treat Chronicles with Laurie Faria Stolarz

Laurie Faria Stolarz is on my auto-buy list. I've read and own every single book she's ever published and I love her writing style. It's always creative, dark, and captivating. I was delighted when she agreed to come on my blog today to talk spooky things and books! It only seemed fitting that it would be on Halloween. Let's dive in!   Hi Laurie! Thank you so much for letting me interview you. Here's my first question. You are one of my favorite spooky writers. Where do you draw your scary-inspiration from? Have you always loved scary things? Thank you! E[...]

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Trick-Or-Treat Chronicles With Madeleine Roux

I live for scary and spooky. Even better if you can fit it into a well-written book with excellent characters, writing, and pacing. That's how I discovered Madeleine Roux. I picked up a copy of Asylum and never looked back. Of course, Asylum isn't her only book. The New York Times Bestselling author has written a myriad of wonderfully dark, macabre, and spooky things. And to my delight, she agreed to come on the blog today to chat! Hi Madeleine! Thank you so much for letting me interview you. I'm happier than a kid-eating monster on Halloween. The Asylum seri[...]

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Trick-Or-Treat Chronicles With The Blood Brothers

The Blood Brothers are two of my favorites middle grade authors. I became hooked when I read their first Fright Friends Adventure book, The House on Creep Street. They hit it even further out of the creepy park with the next in the series Beware the Monstrous Manther! The Fright Friends Adventures series is the first middle grade spooky read that’s really connected with me. It’s funny, clever, and has a ton of nods to classic horror that appeal to young and older readers. When I was scheduling my 2017 Trick-or-Treat chronicles interviews, I knew that I had t[...]

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Trick-or-Treat Chronicles with Susan McBride & GIVEAWAY!

Hi everyone! Happy Monday! Only five more days until Halloween! Eep! So far we've had some amazing authors on the Trick-or-Treat Chronicles. In case you missed it, at first we had Kim Harrington, then Judith Graves, and Tessa Gratton. Today we have a very special guest. She's written just about a bazillion books and all of them have incredible ratings on Amazon and Goodreads. Somehow I was living under a rock and had only heard of Susan for the first time this year when I read her novel Very Bad Things. It literally blew my mind. Very Bad Things is a fantastic Y[...]