This read-along is about all those scary books you read as a kid but haven’t looked at in years; check out the Fright Fest Kick Off post for more details.
This week I read…
As I mentioned last week, Saturday was the Dewey Read-a-Thon, and I read The Confession, Killer’s Kiss, All-Night Party, and The Rich Girl. I finally started getting into some that I hadn’t read when they were first released… but I also confused myself because, based on the publication dates, I probably didn’t read The Rich Girl back then, but it felt more familiar than the other new-to-me books. Maybe I once read something with a similar concept?
Also, while they don’t have quite the same “fright” factor, I read some Nancy Drew as well. I’ve discovered that Dewey is a great opportunity for me to revisit these nostalgic reads, and I tried to keep this one in a mystery/horror theme for October.
Then later this week, I finally got to read the new Fear Street book Party Games! Look for a full review on that one coming soon.
Next week I plan to read…
… anything I have left! This is the last week of the event!
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Nancy Drew! I was feeling nostalgic and recently borrowed the first few from the library — it does seem like a good time of year for them. I haven’t picked any of them up yet, but definitely will soon :)
It’s so much fun to look back, and they go by so quick!