Halloween is a-comin’!
Before you remind me it’s still September, if I wanted to go to the store and buy mince pies right now, I could. If Christmas gets to shove itself down our throats three months early, we also get to be a little bit excited about Halloween a month in advance.
Don’t feel guilty, drink/eat that pumpkin spice!
Because it’s nearly October, I’m starting to get a hankering for scary stories. Ghosts, ghouls and mummies. Whatever happened to mummies? They were all the rage in the 90s, when are they making a comeback?
In the last week I’ve been on the hunt for some good, old fashioned scary stories to add to the TBR pile and I think I found an amazing one:
“All Charlie Payne wants is to lead a normal life and to be a good mom. But Charlie’s not exactly normal. She’s from a long line of witches and she can see the dead.
Susan Tate has inherited a beautiful old southern mansion on the coast. Unfortunately, the property came with a million necessary repairs. And ghosts.
When Charlie meets Susan, the woman is desperate for help. Taking on a spirit who doesn’t want to see the light can be dangerous but ignoring it? Ignoring the dead can get you killed.
Haunting Charlie is the first in a spine-tingling new Supernatural Suspense that will have you clinging to the edge of your seat. If you like Darcy Coates, Shani Struthers or JL Bryan, then you will love the Witches of Palmetto Point Series by Wendy Wang!”
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This book has witches, ghosts and a spooky mansion and that’s got to be the Halloween tri-factor right there. With reading all the academy books and vampire pirates lately, I haven’t read many scary books and, honestly, I really miss them.
My childhood was filled with scary (age-appropriate) books and they were the best. Supernatural horror was the subject of many of my misspelled, terribly written but altogether still fun early writings. So I’m excited to get back to this genre!
Where can I get it?
Amazon has a good variety of formats for this book: e-book, paperback and audiobook. The e-book is a little pricey but the paperback is priced a little more like industry standard, so maybe that’s a good excuse to get one!
The link to the Amazon page is over here, take a look.
Thanks for reading!