Reading Challenge Report: R.I.P. V
This was my very first challenge--and I'm going to make that my excuse. (You already know what's coming next, right?)
Let's start with the good news . . .
I've been watching Horror movies on a regular basis, thanks to the seasonally celebratory cable programming. These are the four posts I linked up for the challenge:
Twelve Things about Night of the Demons
Twelve Things about Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead
Twelve Things about Student Bodies
Locus Focus: Hollywood (Scream 3)
(If I had known there was no set number of films to watch, I would have included Twelve Things about Orphan.)
Now for the bad news . . .
Although I did quite a lot of Horror reading in the past two months, I wasn't able to write about four particular novels that could count as entries for this challenge. [Insert whiny sob story about broken down PC here.] Two of them have posts that I linked up as soon as I posted them; the third is Christine by Stephen King; and I haven't decided which of the three Henry James stories I read (the scarier of which turned out to be shorts rather than the novellas I thought they were) can count as the fourth.
Locus Focus: Our Lady of Perpetual Reflections (Full Tilt by Neal Shusterman)
Reading Diary: The Witches of Worm by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
There might be no sense in writing "review" posts after the challenge officially closes for this year, but I rarely do things the sensible way, anyway; so I'll be writing about Christine and something else soon and updating this post accordingly.