Halloween Haunts

29741039Every year, the Horror Writers Association runs a blog series called Halloween Haunts.  Horror writers at every level share their halloween memories or talk about something spooky.  Often they give away copies of their most-recent books. On October 31 this year, the HWA will treat one lucky winner to a Kindle Fire HD6. 

I’ve participated for the last several years and will again toward the end of this month. I’ll be talking about The Exorcist and its influence on Lost Angels on October 28. If you want to win, you should comment on that day.

Check out the horrors at http://horror.org/category/blog/. I’ll post the whole schedule of writers below.

1-Oct

Four-Color Frights

James Chambers

2-Oct

Satansville–Collecting Ghost Stories

T Fox Dunham

3-Oct

Dirty Ghost

David Ghilardi

4-Oct

Do People Still Bob for Apples?

Peter Sutton

5-Oct

A Scream on Burke’s Circle

Marlena Frank

6-Oct

Hanging on to Halloween

Chad Lutzke

7-Oct

Staying at the Monster House

John Palisano

8-Oct

A Guide to Finding Horror in Star Trek

Kevin David Anderson

8-Oct

A Día de Muertos Primer

Vanta Black

9-Oct

Be A Better Writer With “Jaws”

Tom Leveen

10-Oct

Edinburgh Terror

Denise Agnew

11-Oct

Honoring the Dead

Heddy Johannesen

12-Oct

Never A Night Off

Lincoln Cole

13-Oct

Masks

Micky Neilson

13-Oct

Tricks, Treats, and Terrors

Christopher Clark

14-Oct

Nightmare on My Street

Edward Cardillo

15-Oct

Halloween Costumes

Paul Stansfield

16-Oct

Your Story Idea Is Stupid

David B. Riley

17-Oct

The Power of a Mask

Geroge Wilhite

18-Oct

How to Plan a Hallowedding

Joanna Parypinski

19-Oct

Hallowe’en in a Suburb and in a Library

Kevin Wetmore Jr

20-Oct

The Killer Pumpkins

Naching Kassa

20-Oct

The Last Haunted House I Remember

Kristina Stancil

21-Oct

Halloween, A Becoming

Lou Rera

22-Oct

Mr. Moose

Walter Jarvis

23-Oct

Caught in the Shadow of Love/Cheapers Creepers

Sumiko Saulson

24-Oct

Meet Joe Pipe

Pete Mesling

25-Oct

It Was A Different Time

JG Faherty

26-Oct

It’s Not A Season, It’s A Lifestyle

Greg Chapman

27-Oct

The Real Creeps, or How to Create Horror Non-Fiction Shorts

Lisa Morton

28-Oct

Exorcism for Fun and Profit

Loren Rhoads

29-Oct

Emotional Realism in Extreme Horror Fiction

Nicole Cushing

30-Oct

Halloween Defines Fall

John  F.D. Taff

31-Oct

A Condemned Man, A Halloween Memory

Steve Rasnic Tem

About Loren Rhoads

I'm the author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel, as well as a space opera trilogy. In addition to blogging at CemeteryTravel.com, I blog about my morbid life at lorenrhoads.com.
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