Admittedly, I enjoyed some stories in this collection more than others. Not wanting to taint your views, I won’t tell which ones. Suffice to say, they all are written with a sense of Halloween flare, the type of stories easily shared on a crisp Halloween eve, before all the festivities where witches, goblins, zombies and black cats hit the streets.
In the spirit of Halloween, I recommend this book, but not for young children, and suggest you pick up a copy before the season ends.
Thank you for visiting Writing Tips today. May your Halloween be filled with fun!
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