QUIZ: Which creepy queer book should you read in October?


Happy Spooktober, the season of spooky reads! Of course, you don’t want to read anything scary in October; you want one weird scary book. This is where a lesbian, aka me, comes in. Take this quiz and I’ll give you some suitable Halloween reading this month. Fear not – there are spooky book options for all types of readers, whether you want to be afraid of a haunted house story, be bothered by body horror, feel hot and confused about falling witches. lovers or feminist vicarious revenge by reading about werewolves eating slimy men. Let’s get started!

Which spooky queer book should you read in October?

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Known in some internet circles as Casey the Canadian Lesbian, Casey Stepaniuk is a writer and librarian with an MA in English Literature. She writes regularly for Book Riot and Inside Vancouver on LGBTQ2IA + and / or book topics as well as a monthly queer book column at Autostraddle titled Ask Your Friendly Neighborhood Lesbrarian. Topics and activities close to her heart include cats, bisexuality, libraries, queer (Canadian) literature, running, and tea drinking. She runs the Casey the Canadian Lesbrarian website, where you can find queer Canadian book reviews, the Ask Your Friendly Neighborhood Lesbrarian archive, and other queer book stuff. Find it on Twitter, Goodreads, Facebook and Tumblr.

Casey wrote 75 articles for us.

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