Spookathon TBR

It’s nearly time for Spookathon, and I have my TBR all planned out and ready to go. I was lucky (or sneaky) enough to be able to cover a couple of the challenges with one book, which means by TBR is reasonably short. Which is a good thing for me because life is kind of hectic at the moment and I don’t have a lot of spare time to read. Which seems to be the story of my life at the moment. Here are the books I picked for the challenges this year –

#1 A Thriller: Love Murder by Saul Black – I really loved ‘The Killing Lessons’ by Saul Black, so when I found out there was a sequel I knew I had to pick it up.

#2 A Book With A Spooky Word In The Title: Skitter by Ezekiel Boone – The thought of things skittering around is enough to spook me out, so I think this book fits the challenge perfectly.

#3 A Book Based On A Childhood Fear: Skitter by Ezekiel Boone – You may have noticed that I managed to fit this book into three of the categories. It fits quite nicely into this category, because I watched Arachnophobia as a kid, and it scarred me for life.

#4 A Book With Orange On The Cover: Skitter by Ezekiel Boone – Pretty self explanatory. If I get enough time I have a Nightmare Hall book that I could also slot in for this challenge.

#5 A Book With A Spooky Setting: 1984 by George Orwell – I’m interested to re-read this now that we live in a time where “Big Brother” is not too far outside the realm of possibility.

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