I live somewhere where we don't really have the seasons...and falls my favorite, so it's a bit of a bummer.
This doesn't mean I can't get into the Halloween spirit by reading some spooky reads, though!
Before Halloween my goal is to read the following (at least):
The Monstrumologist by Rick Vancey
This has been on my TBR for quite a while. I have heard very good things about this book, and most especially how perfect it is for October and Halloween. I found it a few months ago at a thrift shop but just haven't had the time to read it. This month, I'm making the time!...and I'll probably end up sleeping with my lights on
Frankentstein by Mary Shelley
This is a classic that I have never had the chance to read. Again, found it at a thrift shop (LOVE finding bargain book deals) and wanted it for my collection. I just remembered that I had it the other day so dug it out and am now for sure reading it this month.
I also wanted to read it to get the original story in my head so that I could get into This Dark Endevour by Kenneth Oppel that is about the apprenticeship of Franenstein and is really quite good (and the covers are so inviting...in a dark way!)
How about you?