Frighteningly Good Reads: Unbelievable and Zodiac

Are you joining up with Molly @ Silver Button Books for Frighteningly Good Reads? There's still one week until Halloween! I managed to surprise myself by reading not only the book I'd specifically set aside for Molly's very fun challenge, but another that had been on my shelves for awhile and is, arguably, the spookier... Continue Reading →

Spooky Nonfiction for Frighteningly Good Reads 2021 @ Silver Button Books

October is upon us! (But we're almost hitting 80 degrees in New York City this weekend, so it does feel a bit...less than autumnal.) Still, that means it's time for the annual celebration of all reads spooky and scary from Molly @ Silver Button Books: Frighteningly Good Reads! I'm not much for reading challenges because... Continue Reading →

7 Spooky Nonfiction Books for Halloween

Every autumn I find myself looking for at least a few spooky-themed books to read as Halloween approaches. It's a little trickier with nonfiction, especially if you avoid the more unquestionably accepting/woo-woo ones, but there are still plenty of possibilities if you like your creepy stories full of truthiness! With Halloween weekend upon us, here's... Continue Reading →

Life After Death from a Scientific Perspective

October is naturally the perfect time for creepy, scary, haunty reading, so I'm reviewing some ooky spooky supernatural, paranormal-themed titles throughout the month. Personally, I find nothing scarier than some of the true crime cases out there, so delving into the supernatural side of things feels more light-hearted than sinister and I love Halloween-time for... Continue Reading →

Conversations About the Other Side

Book review: Psychics, Healers & Mediums, by Jenniffer Weigel It's Halloween! Time for a ghosty post! I haven't read much recently that's Halloween-applicable, but as a favorite spooky read, I recommend Colin Dickey's scary but skeptical Ghostland. Now for the less skeptical... Jenniffer Weigel is a Chicago Tribune columnist, radio host, and reporter who's already written about her... Continue Reading →

Looking Beyond

Book review: Surviving Death, by Leslie Kean "The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins?" This Edgar Allan Poe quote, a chapter opener in Surviving Death, is fitting for the book as a whole. It's a question many wonder about their entire lives,... Continue Reading →

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