Nine writers from Eden, Utah, decided to challenge themselves by writing scary short stories. None of them had written this genre before, and wondered if they'd be able to pull it off. When they were finished, they decided to compile the stories into a book, and thus Tales from Huntsville, Eden, Liberty, and Beyond was born.
Each of the stories is definitely creepy, but I wasn't so terrified that I couldn't go to sleep afterwards - and that was a good thing for me. I like things to be a little creepy but not terrifying. I don't do the whole blood-n-guts, chainsaw massacre kind of thing. Each of these stories are more based on the unexplained or things that are perceived to be unexplained, without serial killers stalking someone through the darkness with bloody knives and all that.
If you'd like to extend your Halloween just a bit longer, check out this book. A quick read at less than 170 pages, it's the perfect size to keep next to your bed or tuck into your purse for whenever you want a little something to make you wonder ...
FTC: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my review and was not compensated in any other way, nor was I haunted by ghosts into reviewing it.