I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
A few of us were talking on Moonlight Murder's post, Ghost Stories and Haunted Houses, and we thought it would be fun to do a buddy read of Ammie, Come Home, a classic ghost story (that my mom's been raving about for decades). Not-so-coincidentally, a ghostly voice has hinted that this book would likely fill at least one of the squares in the upcoming Halloween Bingo.
We thought we'd begin on September 1st and wanted to extend the invite out to everyone interested to join us.
UPDATE: It appears the kindle edition is US Only. If you're outside the US and wish to participate and would like the ebook, it looks like it can be bought directly from the publisher's US website: http://www.harpercollins.com/. (This has not been verified yet, though.)
For the guests at Ruth Bennet's fashionable Georgetwon home, the seance was just a playful diversion . . . until Ruth's niece Sara spoke in a deep guttural voice not her own . . . and the game became frighteningly real..
Those who have indicated they're participating so far:
Person of Interest (she gets credit for suggesting the BR)
If I missed anyone, let me know. If you'd like to participate, please join us and let us know in the comments.