This review is part of my blogtober celebration, my month-long blog party about all things creepy and Halloween-y! If you've got a fall post, make sure to add it to the Linky so I can check it out!
I know about this event from my lovely friend Olivia, who introduced this to me last year and gave me an excellent vampire book in celebration of it. All Hallows Read takes place on Halloween, and it's basically a big reason to share some scary books with some scary (or just regular) friends! Need more reason to think this is cool? Here's Neil Gaiman talking about it and why he started it.
They've even got some cute little posters on their website, all available for free just so people can print them for fun and spread the word.
This isn't a very long post, just a brief PSA for a really cool thing that should be bigger in the book world than it is. Pass the information along, and share a scary book with someone this Halloween.
Have you heard of this before? Will you be participating? What's your favorite poster on the website? Let's talk in the comments!