Top Ten Tuesday: Past Halloween Freebie Posts

Posted October 25, 2022 by meezcarrie in Christian, cozy mystery, mystery/suspense, Top Ten Tuesday / 17 Comments

Happy Tuesday! This week’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday is a Halloween freebie and, to be honest, I didn’t have any new ideas to use for it. So I decided to do a round-up of my past Halloween freebie posts, with a few updates along the way! Even though Halloween is one of my personal least favorite holidays, I’ve always had fun putting themed posts together this time of year. Because I love mysteries & suspense… and Halloween is the perfect time to read both!

click on the banners to go each past post…
and please don’t judge my old blog post graphics haha

halloween 2021

UPDATE: If I did this list today, I would also add:

  The Lost Boys of Barlowe Theater by Jaime Jo Wright 

halloween 2020

UPDATE: If I did this list today, I would also add:


halloween 2019

UPDATE: If I did this list today, I would also add:


halloween 2018

UPDATE: If I did this list today, I would also add:


halloween 2016

There are too many new series since then to add an update here
I’ll just have to do a new post on this soon!

halloween 2015

I wasn’t doing post title graphics then so I don’t have one to post but here’s one of the miscellaneous heading graphics for ‘Trick or Treat’:

What about you? Do you have titles to add to any of my past Halloween freebie posts? Which of these freebies was your favorite? Which one would you like me to do a current update for?

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17 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Past Halloween Freebie Posts

  1. Janice Moore

    I really enjoyed this review and spent time locating some of the books that sounded great but haven’t read yet! Thank you for such a wonderful review!

  2. So many fun past posts! You’ve done a lot of Halloween themed lists; I love it. And thanks for commenting on my blog earlier. 😀

  3. Now that’s clever! And gives all us followers SO many books! I haven’t been blogging long enough to go back that many years, so I’ll have to save this idea for a couple more years. 🙂
    Thanks for the visit.
    Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys

  4. I’ve read a few good spooky Christian fiction tales. Brandilyn Collins did a stalker type YA series – The Rayne Tour series which I loved and enjoy Nancy Mehl’s Kaley Quinn Profiler series and Colleen Coble’s Pelican Harbour series.

  5. Thanks for stopping by and commenting today. Enjoyed looking at your past year’s posts, and selections that seem perfect for Halloween.

  6. Jaime’s covers are always mysterious and perfectly spooky! Also… I do love a good cozy mystery this time of year even if not horror or “too” spooky. So that’s where my genre vibe is at. 🙂 Thanks so much for visiting my website this week. Really appreciate this.

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