Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Spooky Country Noir Reads

Today’s Can’t-Wait Wednesday post over at Hillbilly Highways focuses on horror books that stand in the coverage overlap for Every Day Should Be Tuesday and Hillbilly Highways. Check out the post for the spooky country noir reading suggestions for this Halloween season.

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I did not move this far north to deal with near 90 degree temps in September.  I love the fall, and that means crisp temps, college football, and . . . Halloween.  And, for me, Halloween means reading.  Really, all of those things mean reading, because I really like reading.  Not reading horror, necessarily, but the Halloween season is an exception.  In the past I have focused on older horror at Every Day Should Be Tuesday, running a series of posts on Frankenstein and a series of posts on the horror of Robert E. Howard.  This year I am bringing it home to Hillbilly Highways.  Ghost stories are a rich part of my cultural heritage, and country noir offers plenty of spooky options.

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is hosted by Wishful Endings.

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Blogs on books at Every Day Should Be Tuesday (speculative fiction) and Hillbilly Highways (country noir and nonfiction). https://everydayshouldbetuesday.wordpress.com/ https://hillbillyhighways.wordpress.com/
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4 Responses to Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Spooky Country Noir Reads

  1. Bookstooge says:

    Halloween, seriously? It isn’t even October yet!!!

    But I’m with you on not liking 90’s in September 😦

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Pingback: September 2019 Month-in-Review | Every Day Should Be Tuesday

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