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They always say that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but for a lot of folks, Halloween is far more wonderful. After all, it’s a time to celebrate the grim, the macabre, and the taboo. You can be anything or anyone you want to be on this magical night, which usually takes a great deal of planning. We know this post might seem a bit premature (it’s still September after all), but if you’re like most Halloween enthusiasts, you’ll want to get a head start on your costume planning. For all the bookish trick or treaters out there, here are a few easy and cheap literary Halloween costume ideas. Enjoy!
Critical Era is a free online contemporary fiction book club that meets with up and coming authors on a monthly basis to discuss their work.
We’re pleased to announce that our October 2013 read will be author Eric Lundgren’s debut novel The Facades:
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