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All Hallow’s Read

  1. 8 Favorite Literary Horror Heroines

    Power Grid

    Halloween's about dressing up and eating candy (and, for many adults, getting incredibly drunk). But that doesn't have to be all it's about. Back in 2010 Neil Gaiman suggested a new Halloween tradition of giving away a scary book to a friend on that most spooky of holidays. Since then that basic idea has evolved into All Hallow's Read, and we here at The Mary Sue are supporting it by highlighting eight of our favorite literary horror heroines. All of the books we’ve mentioned here—including one by Gaiman himself, which is only fitting—come with the TMS stamp of approval if you want to participate in the AHR tradition of book-gifting.

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  2. 30 Spooky Story Recommendations for All Hallows Read

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    Way back in the earlier part of this year Neil Gaiman decided that it was really too bad that we, as a culture, didn’t have a holiday that was just about giving books to people. Thus: All Hallows Read, an exciting new tradition of giving people the gift of a scary book or story on Halloween. We’re no strangers to devouring a book ourselves, so we offer you not just ten, as these things usually go, but a full thirty scary books, stories, and comics for your reading pleasure. Happy Halloween!

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  3. Give Everyone Scary Books for Halloween, Neil Gaiman Said So

    And So It Begins

    I was the only person I knew who actually looked forward to trick or treating at the giant house of the lady who had a job with Scholastic and gave out books for Halloween, even if I already had that month's Animorphs book and had to pick something else, and so I am all for Neil Gaiman's proposed tradition of All Hallows Read. Gaiman suggests that we would all benefit from a holiday that was specifically about giving books to your loved ones, and why not make it Halloween, to just add to all the scary sugar-fueled goodness.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Tons and Tons of Toy Story Treats

    Things We Saw Today

    All of these things are either truffles or cupcakes by pastry chef/genius Ana Fuji. But how could you ever eat them? (via That's Nerdalicious)

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