October 3, 2011


If you haven't signed up for The Frightful Fall Readathon this week, hosted by The True Book Addict at Castle Macabre, now is your chance!  The lovely Michelle has a superb event going on this week, complete with giveaways, mini challenges and lots of updates.

I started today by picking up The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story by Susan Hill.  The jacket promised it's a Jane Austen ghost story and seeing as how I am a hopeless Janeite, it sounds perfect.  

My goal is to finish it by tomorrow (I have to work my reading in around a full-time job - boo) and then start my next spooky read.  

So which shall it be?  I have these available to choose from:  

 The Bad Always Die Twice by Cheryl Crane
 • The Association by Bentley Little
 • The Collection by Bentley Little
 • Thr3e by Ted Dekker
 • A Death in Belmont by Sebastian Junger
 • The Loch by Steve Alten
 • Jack the Ripper: "Light-hearted Friend" by Richard Wallace

Happy reading! 


Michelle Stockard Miller said...

So glad you're joining us, Lori! You have a great list to choose from there. Some good scary ones. I think I own most of those (haven't read them yet, of course!). Hope you have fun reading this week.

Be sure to check out the prize page and the first mini-challenge over at the blog when you get a chance.

Happy Haunted Reading!

Lori Johnston said...

Hi Michelle! This is going to be a fun week. I too have so many books on my shelf needing to be read - - I really need an entire season to properly catch up!

Will definitely be checking back in with your progress throughout the week.

Happy reading!

Anonymous said...

My vote goes to The Association. I read that and found it quite creepy and just a bit too real.

Congrats on winning the Day One prize!

Lori Johnston said...

Hi Senora,
Thank you for stopping by. I went with your suggestion and am now reading "The Association". Super creepy!