Today’s Bad Moon Rising post deals with historical fiction and witchcraft via a powerful-sounding book by Jean M. Roberts, Weave a Web of Witchcraft. I highly recommend that you check this one out, and then pass it along far and wide. It sounds like a great read, for sure. Thanks, and thanks to Teri for giving us an October filled with spooky, not-to-be-missed books! 🙂
Any witch fans out there? I don’t mean the Hocus Pocus kind (although they’re an undeniably awesome coven). Today’s author brings us a story based on a real married couple from the mid 1600s – and one of them is accused of witchcraft. Nearly forty years before the Salem Witch Trials began! Welcome Jean M. Roberts!
Would you rather sleep in a coffin for one night or spend the night in a haunted house?
I think I’m going to have to go with the coffin, unless I had to sleep with the lid closed. Did you ever see the Vincent Price movie, Pit and the Pendulum, where the girl is buried alive in a casket, hooey, scary. I’m not sure I’d survive a haunted house, depends on the ghosts. What are the odds I’d get Casper?
Has a movie or book scared you so much you couldn’t sleep? Which one?
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