Book Fetish: Volume 227, Halloween Edition

This week’s Book Fetish is sponsored by Nemesis by Anna Banks.

Princess Sepora is the last Forger in all the five kingdoms. The spectorium she creates provides energy for all, but her father has found a way to weaponize it, forcing her to flee his grasp. Sepora is captured in the kingdom of Theoria and placed in the young king’s servitude.

Tarik has just taken over rulership of Theoria, and is facing a new plague sweeping through his kingdom and killing his citizens. When the two Sepora and Tarik finally meet face to face, they form an unlikely bond. Her gift may be able save his kingdom.But should she risk exposing herself and her growing feelings for her nemesis?


Poe-Inspired DIY Wreath: Like your Halloween decorations to be a little more high-minded? This DIY project is perfect for your front door all season long.

Weird Sisters Play Dress: Using the recipe from Macbeth’s witches as inspiration, this wicked dress will inspire every little girl to get ghoulish.

Haunted Typewriter: Create the impression that ghosts of dead writers haunt your abode. Add a few spooky stories to appease the publishing spirits too.

Frankenstein Knitted Hat: Keep your own little monster warm during trick-or-treating with an iconic knitted cap.

Creepy Book Dust Jackets: Turn your own library into a spooky library with costumes for the books you already own.

Something Wicked Print: Want more Macbeth witchy goodness, this time for your walls? (Bonus: also comes as a printable for easy and fast decorating).

Book Riot is sponsored by Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners by Gretchen Anthony. Full of humor, emotion and surprises at every turn, Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners brings to life a remarkable  story of a family falling to pieces—and the unexpected way they put it all back together. Go here to learn more, or just click the image below:
Rachel Manwill: Rachel Manwill is an editor, writer, and professional nomad. Twice a year, she runs the #24in48 readathon, during which she does almost no reading. She's always looking for an excuse to recommend a book, whether you ask her for one or not. When she's not ranting about comma usage for her day job as a corporate editor, she's usually got an audiobook in her ears and a puppy in her lap. Blog: A Home Between Pages Twitter: @rachelmanwill