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Pumpkin carving, candy apples and costumes – there’s certainly lots of fun to be had at Halloween. For book nerds like us, however, nothing can beat the lure of a candlelit room and a good, old-fashioned literary scarefest. Here are 10 of 2014’s creepiest books for your All Hallows Eve reading pleasure … faint-hearted beware … don’t say we didn’t warn you!
While it’s true that a bibliophile’s life is one full of unbridled, book-loving joy, it also comes with its issues. If you’re a fellow book nerd, you can probably relate to these 10 problems.
They’ve been perpetually perfect since 1983 and, to this day, we still love them. Yes, Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield (those lovely California blondes with stunning size six figures, blue-green eyes and matching dimples) drove their jeep of drama into our hearts decades ago and left it there. And when we say drama, we mean DRAMA. Here are five of our favourite theatrical SVH covers.
Little acts of kindness just make life seem that much better, don’t they? Especially when they have a little bit of literary magic to them. Here are our top ideas for literary guerilla goodness.
Boarding school pranks, midnight feasts, crime solving kids and half-human, half-plant hybrids living in the basement. Long before Twilight and The Hunger Games dominated the market, and before we had the internet to distract us after school, these were just some of the story-lines that kept us up late at night with a torch under the covers.