🌙 Hi bookish friends, how are you? I hope you’re doing great, having a day full of the best reading. 🖤 Today I bring you another of my spooky season posts where we’ll be exploring in depth my most anticipated releases in the young adult horror genre for this 2021. 🔥 Following with the thread of all these posts of the month, these will be books that are mainly within the horror genre or maybe there are some exceptions of subcategories within this genre, but in general they’re all books focused on spooky themes, creepy atmospheres, disturbing plots and questionable characters. 🎃 As always, I hope you can find in this list some new books to add to your TBR or some new authors that maybe you haven’t read yet and are interested in doing so. 🙌🏻
A small clarification before I continue is that obviously I’ll not be adding all the books within the young adult horror genre that have come out this year, but those that I was looking forward to the most or that I’m looking forward to the most. Maybe in this way you can find some you haven’t heard of yet. 😍 Of course, you’re more than welcome to comment below with all your thoughts about these books, about horror in general or about what you are reading right now, whatever, I love to chat with you!Thank you so much for supporting this series throughout the month and being there during each post, you guys are EVERYTHING! 🥰 Now yes, without further ado, I hope you enjoy the post, and let’s get started! 🌙
🧐 Hi guys, I hope you’re having a wonderful day full of the best and most spooky reading! 🖤 As promised, today I bring you one of my favorite genres to continue celebrating this horror season by exploring beyond the horror genre itself, because I truly think that a good atmospheric and intriguing mystery/thriller book can be just as spooky as scary books. 👻 So, clearly, today I bring you a list where I’ve decided to compile several categories within the mystery/thriller and suspense genre, where I’ll be sharing with you some ofmy favorite books within the genre, others that intrigue me a lot and therefore arepart of my TBR, and, on the other hand, as I always like to do, I’ll be sharing another mini-list with the most intriguing 2021 new releaseswithin the genre! 🙌🏻
I hope you can enjoy this post as much as the others, I know that horror genre itself can be a bit intimidating for some readers, and that’s fine, so I think exploring other genres is also super valid for all of us to enjoy this season 🕸. I also want to encourage you to explore a little bit about the authors of the new releases to support them, so as always I’ll be including links so you can add them to your TBR faster, as well as some reviews for those books I’ve already read. 😊 Of course, I’ll be more than happy for you to comment below with your thoughts on this post and the series we’re doing on the blog, I’d love to see what you’re thinking and of course, ready to add lots of books to my TBR so feel free to leave me your favorite titles as well. 🌲 Again, thanks for the support and love, you’re wonderful, I’ve been trying to be more consistent visiting as many blogs as I can because I honestly love to support you and be there for you too. 🥰 I hope you enjoy the post a lot, that you can find new reads to enjoy, get comfortable, make yourself a coffee or a tea or whatever you love to drink, and get ready because we have a lot of books coming up!☕️ Now yes, let’s get started! 🧐
💀 Hi, friends! How are you today? I hope you’re having a wonderful day and an a even better month surrounded by the best and spookiest reads! 🖤 Today I’m super excited because I’m bringing you the third part of my spooky post series for October, where I’ll be sharing with you 20 creepy titles in the adult genre. 🌙 Before I start, I obviously want to thank you with all my heart for the support to the blog during this month, I really appreciate every single person who reads my content, likes and comments, you guys are awesome! 🤩 In today’s post, as in the previous ones, I’ll be sharing in no particular order 20 books that I have recompiled within the adult horror genre 🔥, this as always will be divided into two categories, on the one hand, I have books that I recommend for this season because I have mostly heard the most amazing things about them☠️ , and on the other hand, a second part below, with the new releases of this 2021 within the same genre☠️ . This way I hope you can have a more varied list of books to choose from to add to your spooky TBR and maybe read during this season. Of course, I also hope that this is a positive way to promote the realeses of these books and their authors.
🎃 Hi, bookish friends! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day full of the best spooky reading! 🖤 Another day of October and another spooky post to enjoy the season of horror! This time I’m super excited to bring you 20 intriguing, atmospheric, and somewhat spooky titles belowing to the Middle Grade genre. 🌙 In this second post, in this month’s series of spooky posts, I want to share with you books, as I already mentioned, within the Middle Grade genre, but always focusing on the scariest titles. 🦇 Of course, within this genre you won’t find such dark atmospheres or such disturbing king od stories, as there are in more adult genres, but of course I wanted to share these stories with you anyway because I think if you’re not a big fan of being scared or if all this horror stuff isn’t that much for you, I think with these books you can feel a little bit more comfortable but you can also enjoy a little bit of Halloween vibes without being too extreme.👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻Another plus, besides the fact that I love reading this genre, is that I find that all these books have something in common, and that’s that they don’t have SO MANY pages, that itself, combined with the lightness of the genre, I think it will give you a super entertaining quick reading experience for this season. 😊 Books I’m sure you can read in a couple of sittings, which is great for when you want to get into the spirit of celebration, but don’t have a lot of time.
That being said, in today’s post I haven’t only decided to compile a list of those 10 titles that I think stand out for this season, but I’ve also added 10 more Miggle Grade titles released this 2021!💀 It seemed like a good opportunity to promote these new releases that sound really spooky and entertaining. 😍 I hope you enjoy today’s post, that you find lots of titles to to add to your TBR & obviously, that you let me know everything in the comments, don’t be shy, you know I love talking to you! Thank you SO much for the support you give to this series 🥺, I love doing it, so without further ado LET’S BEGIN! 🎃
‼️ All books will have a direct link to Goodreads in case you want to add them.
🕯️ Hi, bookish friends! I hope you’re all having a wonderful day full of the best spooky reading! 🖤 Today I’m super excited to share with you the first post of a new series where we’ll have various bookish content all related to horror season, and Halloween in general 🕷, but don’t worry because if you’re not that into spooky and this crrepy vibe isn’t for you because I’ve got you covered too, so I’ll be trying to create posts that can be enjoyable for everyone, no matter what. 🙌🏻 I hope you’re as much excited as I am, because as you know, I LOVE horror season 😍, even though in Argentina it’s not something we celebrate, I celebrate it on my own with many creepy books, movies and series, so I hope this year I can share this season with all of you. So,I invite you to stick around for this post series to not only share halloween-y books, but also exchange opinions to make it more fun! 😊
In this first post to open this seriesI wanted to bring you a bunch of Young Adult Horror books for you to enjoy during this season, so I thought a list of 31 books would be more than perfect! 🎃 Some things I tried to keep in mind when compiling this list are: first, that 🌕this books aren’t this year’s releases, as I’ll have a separate post for that specifically, and second, that 🌕the specific genre is “horror” and not “suspense”, “thrillers” or “mysteries”. Obviously there’s nothing wrong with those genres, I love them and they’re perfect to read during this time due to their dark atmospheres, but I wanted in this list to focus 100% on horror as the main genre. 👍🏻 if you’re interested in seeing a list with the other genres as well, I’ll be more than happy to do it separately without any problems. 🥰
I don’t want to make this introduction too long, as we have a long way to go, so without further ado, I hope you enjoy this October content in general in the blog 🕸, that you like this post, that you can find new titles to add to your TBR & obviously,I invite you to share all your thoughts about these books with me in the comments. 😘 Now yes, LET’S GET STARTED! 🕯
‼️ All books will have a direct link to Goodreads in case you want to add them.