Welcome to the midway check-in for the
Father & Son Month of Frights!
For those who have missed it, let me share a quick overview of the event:
Father & Son Month of Frights is an event focused on the books of Stephen King (the father) and Joe Hill (his son) from October 15-November 15, 2015. For more information, you can find the original announcement post here.
Now, time for the check-in . . .
I have primarily been focusing on Stephen King works thanks to audiobooks. I have not had much time to read physical books these last couple of weeks with a graduate class and house renovations, so thankfully I have had audiobooks to keep me company. At this time, I have completed Misery and am about halfway through Christine. I was quite impressed with the former and am enjoying the latter, but not quite as much.
I hope to get to both Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill as well as his 20th Century Ghosts before the conclusion of this event on November 15. If I have time to listen to one more audio, then I will likely try Tommyknockers by King. It is one of the few earlier novels that I have not yet read.
Don't forget, you can find additional updates on Twitter and Instagram by using the hashtag #fathersonfright. I anticipate additional chatter on my end during this second half as my life will hopefully be less hectic.
You're turn: What books have you been reading? What have you thought so far? Any specific recommendations for fellow participants during the second half of the event?