I’m pretty sure there’s something wrong with my calendar. How can it possibly be Monday again? Even more shocking -how can it be October already?! I guess if the falling temperatures weren’t tipping me off about the Fall season, the super scary movies being advertised have been pretty hard to ignore. Even a thirty-second commercial is too much for me, I don’t know how people can possibly make it through a two-hour movie! The closest I get to scary? Bats! Which aren’t really scary at all! Bats are really good for the environment -eating bugs and pollinating plants, so why not consider adopting a bat from the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo? Or at least stop by for a visit with some fruit bats at The Rainforest?
While you make your travel plans, would you like to read something that has recently been added to The Reading Room? How about one of these:
The Mountaintop Schoold for Dogs and Other Second Chances by Ellen Cooney
A Man called Ove by Fredrik Backman
One Kick by Chelsea Cain
Somewhere Safe with Somebody Good by Jan Karon
A Murder at Rosamund’s Gate by Susanna Calkins
Or don’t forget there’s a long list of (mostly) scary books in Oh, the Twisted Tales of Horror! for our genre discussion!