Tales Post – Red Eye Read Along October 2015
So with those dark nights approaching and Halloween just around the corner myself and the lovely Heather ( heatherreviews.wordpress.com ) thought we would team up and do a read along with some spooky reads!
We have both been enjoying the Red Eye series published by Stripes Publishing this year so thought these would be ideal for a spooky read along!
Everyone is welcome to join in!
We have a hash tag on twitter where you can keep up to date on our progress and tweet out yours – #RedEyeReadAlong
We also have a Goodreads Group set up for the occasion for even more discussion and to comfort each other when we get scared – you can find the group here
We also have some special treats and prizes to be won!
Introduction of book and author for the week
A spooky Q&A with this weeks author over on heatherreviews.wordpress.com
A spooky fun weekly challenge is set!
A spooky guest post from this weeks author over on talesofyesterday.co.uk
12pm cut off for weekly challenge and winner announced at around 7pm!
31st October 2015
This is to be confirmed later in the month if it is to go ahead, but we may have a twitter chat on Halloween with some of the Red Eye authors!
Every week a new weekly challenge will be set (normally on a Wednesday) where you could win a Red Eye bundle of books!
The lovely people at Stripes Publishing have kindly given us 5 complete sets (5 books) of all of the currently published Red Eye Books which means one set can be won each week (UK and Ire Only).
Thank you Stripes!
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning the weekly set of books is complete the weekly challenge!
Remember we only have one set of books to give away each week so there can only be one winner each week! The winner will be announced on Sunday evening at around 7pm on twitter and in the Goodreads Group!
28th September 2015 – 4th October 2015
Dunvegan School for Girls has been closed for many years. Converted into a family home, the teachers and students are long gone. But they left something behind…Sophie arrives at the old schoolhouse to spend the summer with her cousins. Brooding Cameron with his scarred hand, strange Lillias with a fear of bones and Piper, who seems just a bit too good to be true. And then there’s her other cousin. The girl with a room full of antique dolls. The girl that shouldn’t be there. The girl that died. Alex Bell’s chilling novel is part of the Red Eye series, perfect for fans of James Dawson’s Say Her Name and Kendare Blake’s Anna Dressed in Blood.
Check out the Frozen Charlotte Read Along Week here
Or check out this spooky video by @hlwrites0490 !
Check out my review of Frozen Charlotte here
Or a previous creepy Q&A with Alex Bell here
#RedEyeReadAlong Q&A with Alex Bell here
#RedEyeReadAlong Guest Post from Alex Bell here
Or a Guest Post about Point Horror and Haunted Houses here
5th October 2015 – 11th October 2015
Young, rich and good-looking, Izzy and her friends lead seemingly perfect lives. But exams are looming – and at a school like Clerkenwell, failure is not an option. Luckily, Tigs has a solution. A small pill that will make revision a breeze and help them get the results they need. Desperate to succeed, the friends begin taking the study drug. But as the side effects take hold they realize there are far worse things than failing a few exams. “…creepy, claustrophobic and pant-wettingly scary…” Kim Curran, author of Shift. Lou Morgan’s terrifying novel is part of the Red Eye series, perfect for fans of James Dawson’s Say Her Name and Kendare Blake’s Anna Dressed in Blood.
Check out the Sleepless Read Along Week here
Or check out Heathers fab video announcement!
Check out a previous Point Horror related guest post from Lou Morgan here
Check out a #RedEyeReadAlong Q&A with Lou Morgan here
Or a #RedEyeReadAlong guest post by Lou here
12th October 2015 – 18th October 2015
I must record the facts that have led me to where I am now. So that, when someone reads this, they understand. Sam Hunter’s neighbours are pillars of the community, the most influential people in town. But they’re liars too. The Greenhills are hiding something and Sam’s determined to find out what it is. As his investigation unfolds, he realizes the lies reach further than he ever imagined – is there anyone he can trust? Uncovering the horror is one thing …escaping is another. Simon Cheshire’s chilling novel is part of the Red Eye series.
Check out the Flesh & Blood Read Along Week here
Or Heathers fab video announcement below!
Check out my review of Flesh and Blood here
Or a previous guest post from Simon Cheshire with his top 5 scares here
Check out a #RedEyeReadAlong Q&A with Simon Cheshire here
Or a #RedEyeReadAlong Guest Post with Simon Cheshire here
Or a moment to chill the blood guest post by Simon Cheshire here
19th October 2015 – 25th October 2015
Gabe is feeling the pressure. His family has money troubles, he’s hardly talking to his dad, plus lowlife Benny is on his case. Needing some space to think, he heads off into the hills surrounding LA. And he suddenly stumbles across a secret that will change everything. A shallow grave. Gabe doesn’t think twice about taking the gold bracelet he finds buried there. Even from the clutches of skeletal hands. But he has no idea what he’s awakening…Graham Mark’s chilling novel is part of the Red Eye series, perfect for fans of James Dawson’s Say Her Name.
Check out the Bad Bones Read Along Week here
Check out my review of Bad Bones here
Or a previous Q&A with Graham Marks here
A #RedEyeReadAlong Q&A with Graham Marks here
A #RedEyeReadAlong Guest Post from Graham Marks here
26th October 2015 – 31st October 2015
The camera never lies…Darla and her dad are looking for a fresh start. But when they wind up in affluent Saffron Hills, Darla stands no chance of fitting in with the beautiful, selfie-obsessed teens at her new school. Just when she thinks things can’t get any worse, she starts having visions. The gruesome snapshots flashing into Darla’s mind seem to suggest she’s going crazy…until she realizes they’re actually a horrifying glimpse into the future. With a killer on the loose, can she make sense of what she’s seeing before it’s too late?
Check out the Dark Room Read Along week here
Check out a previous Q&A with Tom Becker here
Check out the #RedEyeReadAlong Q&A with Tom Becker here
Check out the #RedEyeReadAlong Guest Post by Tom Becker here
So there you have it!
Do join in using the has tag on twitter #RedEyeReadAlong and why not join the Goodreads Group here