Saturday, September 3, 2016

R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril XI

It's September and that means (in Colorado anyway) that fall bite is in the air and I'm craving MORE horror. More and more. Always. So it's a good thing that September also marks the start of R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril XI!

Hosted by Stainless Steel Droppings, R.eaders I.mbibing P.eril is the perfect excuse to start pulling out darker reads for fall. There are multiple levels you can opt into but the gist of the challenge is to read and share reviews of:

Dark Fantasy

And to have fun. 

I'll be signing on for:

Peril the First - read any four books of any length in the above genres. I don't have a finalized list yet but I guarantee I'll be reading Amy Lukavics's The Women in the Walls and Gina Wohlsdorf's Security.

Peril of the Short Story - which of course is reading shorts in the above genres (I've got my eye on the new teen anthology Scary Out There (edited by Jonathan Maberry).

and Peril on the Screen - which is, you guessed it, watching movies that fall under the above genres. 


Kay said...

I'm planning on joining in again and will have a post up later this week. Will likely just to the first peril, but had no trouble last year getting 4 and more. I love reading the ghostly type things in the fall!

Carl V. Anderson said...

I'm jealous of your Colorado weather. Although I have to admit that we were blessed with very fall-like mornings and evenings the first 4 days of September and following three days of back-to-summer temps it is supposed to be cooling that way some more.

Great to have you with us, enjoy your perils!!!