Halloween: Must Reads: Walking After Midnight: Tales For Halloween by Evan Camby


Walking After Midnight: Tales for Halloween by Evan Camby


Published: 2014

Named one of Suspense Magazine’s Best Books of 2014, “Walking After Midnight: Tales for Halloween” is a collection of six short horror stories guaranteed to send chills up your spine. Read them by a bonfire on a chilly autumn night, or under a blanket by candle light.

Whatever you do, don’t look behind you.


The Schultz family’s outing to an apple orchard goes terribly awry on the hayride from Hell.

Hat Man

Graduate student Bernice is plagued by night terrors. As they begin to invade her waking hours as well, she fights for her sanity…and her safety.

A Good Samaritan

Newlyweds Jake and Rita Wechsler take a journey down winding country roads in the Hudson River Valley, where danger lurks at every turn.

Into the Abyss

Four friends play with a Ouija board and discover that it might be more than just a board game.

Walking After Midnight

When childhood friends Teddy and Joseph decide to revisit one of their old childhood haunts, the pair must rely on each other to survive.

Trick & Treat

Halloween enthusiast Shelley decorates and buys candy for the big night, hoping for lots of Trick-or-Treaters, but quickly learns the meaning of the phrase “Be careful what you wish for.”

If you miss the days when Halloween was truly scary and shadows came to life at night, then this collection of stories is for you.

About Maison Moonchild

A Canadian gal that firmly believes words can change the world. An avid reader, writer and Halloween enthusiast. She has a special interest in communications and writes for pleasure and profession. She moonlights as a metaphysical maven with a knack for creating magical crystal jewelry and holiday accessories.
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