It's October and the candy is in the grocery aisles. Costumes and drive through haunted houses abound. Hispanics going crazy over skeletons for Dio De Los Muertos. Horror, mysteries and ghost stories fill the TV and movie screens. Mystery Man has posted his favorite indie Halloween books. Thought I'd do the same.
Hank Bruce is a really good friend and has posted reviews of all my books on Amazon. One of the Writers2writers group. He has a wide range of books from gardening, promoting he Moringa Tree, and he has a book of Western short stories of ghost tales. Cowboy Kharma.
Dr. Irene Blea is also in Writers2writers, she's written college textbooks, a trilogy on her aunt's life and the worst nightmare story possible. A few years ago seven women's remains were found on the West Mesa of Albuquerque. Digging them up and the search to find their killer made momentary national news. Irene wrote a book from the point of view of a mother who's daughter might be one of those women being excavated. It is not an easy book to read, but it honors the mothers of those women and what they have and are going through to this day. Daughters of the West Mesa.
Tena Stetler is a fellow Top Ten Tuesday and Wednesday Challenge blogger. She writes about witches and warlocks.
Insects is a book that looked interesting. I posted about it and declined to read the next book in the series. One book giving me nightmares of bugs eating me from the inside out was enough. Some might like the thought.
Great list! I will go get Cowboy Karma right now; sounds cool.
You'll like it.
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