Many of you may have never heard of Mini Macabre Review Monday, a spooky short story review October-only feature I had on my blog last year, but despite an initial lack of enthusiasm about it last year, I'm reviving it this year because it ended up being one of my most read posts. Also, I liked it.
Although my schedule for this blog occasionally runs errant, this feature means (most likely) I will post in October on Monday, Wednesday, and Sunday. I'm also planning to make a spooky header for the blog, but I may have slightly overestimated the time I have to do that.
For those of you who are curious about Mini Macabre Review Monday, here are last year's posts:
#1: Mini Macabre Review Monday: "The Lottery" and "The Most Dangerous Game" (my favorite Mini Macabre Review Monday)
#2: MMRM: "The Tell-Tale Heart" and "The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe (one of the most popular posts of 2014)
#3: MMRM: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and The Fall of the House of Usher
#4: MMRM: "The Birds" and "The Oval Portrait"
If there is anyone interested in participating on their own blogs, I may start a link-up at the end of the Mini Macabre Review Monday posts. For now, if you'd like to join in, just mention my blog somewhere in your Mini Macabre Review Monday post. You can also steal the header image (as seen on my old posts), or make your own with PicMonkey's Halloween-ish Themes (Witches, Trick or Treat, Demons, Zombies, Vampires, oh my!). I personally love this feature, as it gets me in the mood for Halloween (and also, I love scary/macabre short stories. Edgar Allan Poe is my homeboy.).
Until next time,