2017 Horror Reading Challenge March Link-Up

It’s time for our 3rd monthly update for the 2017 Horror Reading Challenge currently being hosted by Sci-Fi & Scary.

At the bottom of this list will be a linky.  Feel free to linkup to the page you’re monitoring all your book challenges on (or, alternately, I believe you can leave a link to each individual review once they’ve been posted on your site.) Linky will stay open for submissions until April 14th

**note: The 2017 Sci-Fi Reading Challenge March Linkup will be posted at 1:30 PM EST**

How we’re doing:

GracieKat13 has read: Over the River, Rites of Azathoth (15 total for the year)

Favorite: Although I enjoyed them both, Rites of Azathoth was my favorite. Despite my issues with the main character I still liked it the best. The rest of the book was great.

Lilyn has read: Pandora: End of Days, Assassin’s Code (Joe Ledger #4) Code Zero (Joe Ledger #6), The Seance in Apartment 10 (13 total for the year.) Plus: Grimm House, Keep in a Cold, Dark Place (both which qualify as children’s horror.

*note: I don’t really consider Joe Ledger to be horror, but the majority of Goodreads have shelved it under horror, so I’m going to go with I’m probably the odd duck here.

Favorite: Definitely Code Zero. I didn’t read much horror this month. More paranormal fantasy than anything, so my pickings were slim for this. But Code Zero had the best villain yet for the Joe Ledger books, and lots of horrific scenes.

How was your March Horror Madness?

Neophyte Badge for The 2017 Horror Reading ChallengeNervous Neophytes: You signed up to read up to 7 books. How’s it going? Have you read your 1st book yet? What did you think of it or what are you going to read?




Initiate Badge for The 2017 Horror Reading ChallengeIntrepid Initiates: You signed up to read 8-15 books. I hope you’ve read at least 3 by now.  If you haven’t what are you planning on reading?




Oracle Badge for The 2017 Horror Reading ChallengeOmniscient Oracles: You’ve signed up to read 16-25 books. You should have read 6 or 7 by now. Has there been one that’s made you shudder yet?





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