#BookmarkMonday: Oddities, #ghoststories, #TimBurton and #Pinoyauthors

It’s been too long since the last Bookmark Monday post. I am really happy a few of you kept posting on your blogs and Instagram while I was basically AWOL. Bookmarks will never go out of style ... or function. The problem with me is that function always trumps form. So many times I am scambling to find something to use a bookmark. I DO like to keep postcards on hand and I kept this one sent in by Pinoy author Catherine Torres (loved both her Sula’s Voyage and Mariposa Gang and Other Stories).

Torres, on the postcard, gives an excerpt of ghost stories and Filipino folklore. Zoom on the photo.
To add even a bit more of eeeee, check out my current Tim Burton read The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories. Odd much? I couldn’t hold back a few chuckles when flipping though this!

Do you like creepy reading? Are you joining any scary reading challenges?

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