Category Archives: Halloween traditions

Fun Things Happening! October is a Big Month for Us!

Hi everyone, I have fun things happening. I’m trying to put this in chronological order so be aware of the dates. First off, Oct. 5th is a big day! Vampire Princess of New York will be released first in Kindle … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween Contest and Guest Blog With Paranormal Romance Author Rebecca Royce

This is my house above as it looks right now. Yes, we are THOSE people. What can I say? We really love to do up Halloween. I write Paranormal Romances for a living so I guess you could say I … Continue reading

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After Halloween & the Contest Continues by Susan Hanniford Crowley

I am writing this on the Eve of All Hallows, that night before All Saints’ Day.  Over a thousand years ago, early Christians prayed on this eve for protection from evil. They wanted protection from the coming dark time. On … Continue reading

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Paranormal Reads for Halloween by Stacy Hoff

In honor of Halloween coming up next Friday, I’m reading books that are paranormal—the polar opposite of my own genre, contemporary romance. I’m finding paranormal books to be a big relief because I can finally read in “off duty” mode. … Continue reading

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Spooksville, USA by Stacy Hoff

Halloween is almost here. Being a contemporary romance writer, it’s incongruous to have a part of me really enjoy the macabre. But maybe, on some level, it makes sense. After all, how can anyone truly appreciate love’s lightness without a … Continue reading

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Tricking the Eye, Treating the Imagination by Inanna Arthen

When I was a kid, I loved Halloween more than Christmas. I grew up in less paranoid times—the 1960s in Spokane, Washington. No one worried much about tampered treats, and we kids had free rein to wander unsupervised, even at … Continue reading

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A Halloween Memoir by the Author of Un-Dead TV Brad Middleton

My enthusiasm for Halloween can be traced back to my childhood, which at times was a tough one. My father passed away when I was a young boy, leaving my mother to raise five kids on her own. I still … Continue reading

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