Things are about to get a whole lot spookier around here! We’re gearing up for October–the creepiest month of the year–with spooky reads in honor of Ghost Hunting Day!
Tags: As I Descended, Audrey Niffenegger, beloved, Edgar Cantero, Her Fearful Symmetry, Meddling Kids, Neil Gaiman, Robyn Talley, Shirley Jackson, The Graveyard Book, The Haunting of Hill House, Toni Morrison
At BookClubbish, there is little we love more than a good book. And while there are so many amazing books out there that we still need to read, we wouldn’t object to there being even more. So for all the people out there with a story inside of them, here are twelve pieces of writing… Read More »
Art combined with amazing stories—what’s not to love about graphic novels? I have a personal fondness for the medium and have always enjoyed comics. If you haven’t read graphic novels before and don’t know where to start, here are nine that are perfect for beginners. Histories, memoirs, coming-of-age stories, humor, superheroes and fairy tales, all… Read More »
Tags: Alan Moore, American Born Chinese, Art Spiegelman, Blankets, Chris Riddell, Craig Thompson, Gene Luen Yang, Hark! A Vagrant, In-Between Days: A Memoir about Living with Cancer, Jillian Tamaki, Kate Beaton, Mariko Tamaki, Marjane Satrapi, Maus, Neil Gaiman, Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood, Teva Harrison, The Sleeper and the Spindle, This One Summer, Watchmen
If you are a fan of spooky stories, then you are familiar with the ghosts, the goblins and the monsters. But sometimes the scariest of characters are not the characters at all: they are hidden, the unseen things that go bump in the night. And sometimes, as in the seven books listed below, they are… Read More »