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Oct 29, 2022

how to avoid the holiday hangover
why is a librarian visiting so many cemetaries?
game: pyramid
how many of your family members would you choose to be friends with?
is your kid's halloween costume safe?
game: movie password
do you prefer talk or text
things that don't sink in until you're at least 25 years old
what do you wish you could write off on your taxes?
are you dressing up as person from history or an animal or an object for halloween?
goodbye/fun facts....National Frankenstein Friday, on the last Friday in October, recognizes author Mary Shelly, the novel Frankenstein..In a little competition to see who could write the most epic horror story, Mary Shelley, her husband, Percy, and other creative friends such as the famous poet, Lord Byron, created some stories. And Mary Shelley’s story about Frankenstein’s monster was the most captivating.  First published anonymously in 1818, it wasn’t until the second edition in 1823 that Mary Shelley’s name appeared on this gothic work.  While many people have seen the Frankenstein films, it might be time to read (or re-read) this famous gothic novel written by Mary Shelley.