One of the bloggers I recently started following (Dublin Bookworm) invited me to participate in a Continental Challenge. I thought this sounded fascinating in theory, but wasn’t too sure I wanted to participate in it, because I had visions of being forced to read boring classics or lots of romance or something. Neither of which appeal to me.
Why couldn’t I do a horror-specific Continental Challenge? This – THIS – sounds doable to me! If I can’t find horror writers from a country, I’ll settle for a horror book based in that country. Specifically, I’m interested in doing ghost stories from each continent.
So that’s what I shall do.
I need your help!
Could you give me the name of at least two great horror writers from your country? Or ghost story books?
As soon as I get the books chosen, I’ll update this with my choices!
Feel free to join in 🙂
3 thoughts on “A Horror-ific Continental Challenge”
Glad you’ve decided to take part. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.
Are you US based or UK? OZ? NZ? Elsewhere?
I immediately thought of Clive Barker as a good choice for a ghost story, but to be honest, I’ve only read one of his books, so I don’t know if he has any stories and novels out there dealing with ghosts.
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