Sunday, 14 September 2014

All Hallow's Read at the Teddy Embassy

Busy times over at the Teddy Embassy over on Twitter & the days are getting shorter & darker & better & better for curling up with a scary book. I was in the library the other day having a wee post- nap think about the All Hallow's Read tradition that the excellent Mr Gaiman started a few years ago.

Neil Gaiman Explains All Hallow's Read:

I was thinking that it might be fun if the Teddy Embassy library joined in this year.

Here's the idea. Think of a book you find good & scary & want to share with folk. Doesn't have to be full of ghosts & ghouls. You might have a squirrel phobia & tremble with happy fear over The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin. DM your suggestion - title, author & a few words of why - to @thisbear on that Twitter. I'll make up a list which I (or my admin assistant) will turn into a blog post that will be released in a great burst of bats & broomsticks from the #teddyembassy library at Halloween.

If you could get your suggestion to me by a week before Halloween, I will love you muchly & not be tempted to turn you into a frog.

Happy spooky thinking!