Oh wait. Is that just me?
Anyway, I love the whole concept of Halloween. I love thinking up the perfect costume, and becoming someone else for the night. I love trying out new ideas. No, I will not wear a costume from the "sexy" section of the store, but I do like to come up with a unique costume. Only, it's the post-Halloween come-down now, so what am I to do?
Here's my suggestion: Keep that notion going of trying something new. Your costume was something that you wouldn't wear of an average day, right? Even if the components came from your personal clothing collection, you might not have worn each of the elements together before.
Before this year, before this blog, I might never have tried an audiobook. I do have a pretty good collection of e-books, but would I have ever considered an e-reader before this spring? So, while I am not going to try to convince anyone that they need to switch from print books, I hope this post will at least encourage those die-hard print (notice I did not say "real", because that is extrememly insulting, IMO.) book readers to continue the Halloween spirit.
Try out something new, like you do with your costumes each year. You don't have to convert (I still LOVE print editions), but maybe you'll find that other book formats have value for you.
Here are some books that might just see you through the post-Halloween come down.
Once A Witch by Carolyn MacCullough
Hold Me Closer, Necromancer by Lish McBride
Hungry for Your Love (A zombie anthology) including J.A. Saare
Ordeal by T.K. Varenko
Blood Lust by Zoe Winters
The Awakening by Kelley Armstrong
The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong