October 26, 2015 • Fiction: Horror & Paranormal
Halloween always puts Quirk HQ in a more ghoulish mood that usual. Perhaps that's why we've taken it upon ourselves to reimagine some classic novels in a horror-ific fashion. Hit us up with any of your own contributions on Twitter, and you might just see it illustrated!
October 16, 2015 • Crafting, Fiction: Horror & Paranormal, Kits
October is the month of pumpkin flavored everything, chocolate bars in the perfect bite size, reading horror books, watching scary movies, and most importantly, thinking hard about our Halloween costumes!
This may come as a shock, but we have an affinity for bookish Halloween costumes—you just can’t go wrong! So here are some of our all time favorite Halloween costumes inspired by literature that we’d give ALL the candy to. Well, all the candy we haven’t already eaten.
October 9, 2015 • Fiction: Horror & Paranormal
In October's batch of Kindle Quirk Perks, we're all treats and no tricks. Each of these spooktastic reads are only $3.99 each on your Kindle! Click below for the links or scroll down to learn more about each cookbook!
September 21, 2015 • Fiction: Horror & Paranormal
Today is the birthday of one of the greatest horror fiction writers of all time. The master of the macabre, Stephen King, burst onto the scene with his 1974 novel Carrie. Since then, King has become one of the most recognized authors in the world. His novels have completely changed a genre and his work has saturated the pop culture zeitgeist. Over the decades, many of King’s works have been spoofed or referenced in a plethora of movies, television shows, songs, and a variety of other media. In celebration of King’s birth, here is a look at some of the best homages to his body of work.
September 21, 2015 • Cookbook: Baking, Fiction: Horror & Paranormal
Today is Stephen King’s birthday and since scaring the bejesus out of him, like so many of his books have done to us, would
probablycertainly land us in jail we’ve decided the best way to celebrate the King (literally and figuratively) of horror is with cake. Stephen King inspired cake that is because we like to think he’d approve of us eating desserts inspired by his creations—gore frosted and all—to celebrate his birth.