I love this project now entering its 4th year because of their dedication to not repeating each other. If you want the broadest presentation of the best there is in horror literature today, listen to the folks at Monster Librarian:
Use the links below to get to each participating sites reviews. And check them throughout the month.We here at MonsterLibrarian.com are pleased to announce the fourth annual “Halloween Horrors!” horror book review event. Starting on October 1, 2011, outstanding horror fiction review sites will come together to create a virtual guide to titles that will keep readers up at night.“Halloween Horrors!” is an excellent way for librarians to get acquainted with horror genre titles both mainstream and small press. The event provides a tool to help librarians with reader’s advisory and collection development as well as become familiar with online review resources for what can be a challenging genre.
Each participating review site will have a project page dedicated to reviews of horror genre books that links to the other participating sites’ review pages. We will also be including a list of book recommendations that can be paired with horror movies to promote reading horror.
Participating sites in this year’s project include MonsterLibrarian.com, Horrorworld, Hellnotes, Horror Fiction Review, and Spooky-Reads. Each site will be updating their page and reviews throughout the month so remember to visit often.
Click here for their Halloween Haunts page.
The Horror Fiction Review's Halloween Horrors! page is here.
Hellnotes's Halloween Horrors! page is here.
Horror World's contribution is coming soon
Spooky Read's Halloween Horrors! page is here.