Well, folks, it’s time to report in for the last time for our 2017 Horror Reading Challenge. Participation wasn’t as good as we’d hoped, but I know a few of you chugged along until the very end!
Now’s the time to give your final reports and pat yourselves on the back!
How did everyone do reading horror this year??
If you kept a Goodreads shelf, go ahead and give as a link to it. If you kept some other form of record online, link us to that too! We want to see what you read 🙂
Nervous Neophytes: You signed up to read up to 7 books
Intrepid Initiates: You signed up to read 8 – 15 books
Omniscient Oracles: You’ve signed up to read 20 – 25 books
Any final thoughts on your participation in the horror challenge? What was the best horror book you read this year? What was the worst?
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Lilyn G is the founder of Sci-Fi & Scary, and leader of the Coolthulhu Crew. She does book and film reviews for both genres the site focuses on. Her tastes run towards creature features, hard science fiction, and lots and lots of action. She also has a soft spot for middle-grade fiction that rears its head frequently.
Though no longer involved with Ladies of Horror Fiction due to other responsibilities and a too-full plate, she was one of the original 4 co-founders.
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My final number was 29 but at this point I can’t remember my goal 🙂
That’s still a really respectable #!
I have 2 more to add from November and December and I’m pretty sure I met my goal – I think Intrepid Initiates?
Cool! What was your favorite out of the year?
Thanks for hosting. I managed to meet my goal and seems like now when I’m not reading horror, I’m a little bummed. Some of the best horror I read was Hunter Shea – he’s quickly becoming a favorite.
I signed up and read some horror books, but not as much as I wanted to. And I forgot to do the check-ins too. I’m not great at the checking-in part of challenges. I just sign up and go at my own pace. Sorry the participation wasn’t so great.
The best thing I read in the cancelled sci-fi challenge was ‘Snow Crash’.
I’m working on that one right now. Having trouble getting Into it though
When I read the main characters name, I fell off the couch. 🙂
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