Little Cook Hallowe’en Decor – October 2021 – Athens

This is another month when I haven’t written a post of my own as I was away from base. The task posed by Rhobin was:

Share a childhood Halloween memory or what was your scariest Halloween?

Below is a list of the group who have risen to the challenge and I’m sure there’ll be some hair-raising stuff therein.

Skye Taylor http://www.skye-writer.com/blogging_by_the_sea

Victoria Chatham http://www.victoriachatham.com

Marci Baun http://www.marcibaun.com/blog/

Connie Vines http://mizging.blogspot.com/

Dr. Bob Rich https://wp.me/p3Xihq-2sc

Rhobin L Courtright http://www.rhobincourtright.com

Last year, Capital Writers produced a small volume of Spooky Stories and it’s available to buy here: DARK STORIES

Anjana C described my own contribution as:

The Cemetery House by Anne Stenhouse is a deliciously gothic ghost story with a criminal bent, in her Five Star review – thank you , Anjana C


10 thoughts on “HALLOWE’EN ROUND ROBIN

  1. Love that Athen’s photo. I visited a friend earlier this week and her house was decorated inside and out – -put me to shame, as she’s nursing a very sick husband and trying to earn a living and I had NOTHING out. I’ve since gotten a pumpkin out there to hint at the season and maybe I’ll get around to carving it before the 31st

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    • Hi Skye, the shops here are full of pumpkins but the UK desn’t ‘do’ Hallowe’en with the intensity you do in the US. It was turnips when I was a wee girl. I don’t know how my mum managed to scrape them out! Anne

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