Sunday, August 25, 2013

My Upcoming Events and a Revamped Reading Challenge


I'm hosting another write-a-thon! Sit Down and Write 4 starts on Monday. I'm hosting at my writing blog, Stories Inside. This write-a-thon is not only for people who are writing novels or short stories, but also for people who need to catch up on blog writing, etc. For all the details and to sign up, visit this POST at Stories Inside.


Over at Castle Macabre, I'm hosting two events this Fall. Gothic September, featuring a read-a-long of Robert Parry's Gothic historical novel, The Arrow Chest (about the book). In October, I'm once again hosting Season of the Witch. For all the details on both events, visit this POST at Castle Macabre.


On the reading challenge front, come check out my revamped fantasy challenge, The Fantasy Project: 101 Books in 10 Years. You can get the details and sign up at the dedicated blog. We also have a Goodreads group!


And don't forget about the FrightFall Read-a-Thon! It's just a little over a month away! Sign ups coming soon at Seasons of Reading.  

I hope you will think about joining me for one, or all, of these events/challenges!

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  1. Wow, you have a lot of events coming! Good luck with all of them!

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  2. I will definitely have to participate in the FrightFall Read-a-Thon! I'm thinking zombies this year :) Good luck with the rest!

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  3. Fright Fall Readathon! Omigosh, I am way too much of a baby to read horror but I'll try to read other books :)

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  4. Zombies rule! Glad you'll be joining in. Thanks!

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  5. I am very easygoing. You only have to read one scary book and it doesn't have to be horror. It can be a mystery, a thriller, a gothic classic, something paranormal. Like I said, very flexible. Glad you'll be joining in!

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  6. Hmmm. This might be a good time for me to read my first Stephen King. Rebecca at Love at First Book keeps trying to convince me that not ALL of his books are scary and yet I'm still scared to read one. I think that should count as horror, right? Even if it's my own scaredy-catness?

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  7. Yup, Stephen King definitely qualifies. Rebecca is right...not all of his books are scary. Do you have a particular one in mind? Misery is a good one that's not too scary. Great, great story too.

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  8. She recommended Rage because I was just assigned 2500+ pages from the Oxford History Series for school and it's short :)

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  9. Well, whatever you read by SK is bound to be good. He's one of my favorite authors. =O)

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  10. You've got a busy fall planned...as usual! I think I'm going to work in some Shirley Jackson for the readathon!

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