The 2020 R.I.P. XV Challenge: I Am Here for It


It’s almost time for the Readers Imbibing Peril Challenge (#RIPXV, #PERILREADERS) ! This year, it could not be any easier to join in. All you have to do is find some spooky reads or movies, or both, and then post about them using the hashtags above. We ALL need this to get through this year and I am so excited! Go follow @PERILREADERS on Instagram and Twitter!

Here is what I plan to read:

RIP Challenge

Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill
The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James
Lisey’s Story by Stephen King
The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

I’ll also be watching Ratched when it comes out 9/18.

Nurse Ratched on Netflix

Will you join us? The challenge runs from September 1 – Halloween! It’s fun since there are no requirements really. Read one book or ten. Up to you!

18 thoughts on “The 2020 R.I.P. XV Challenge: I Am Here for It”

  1. SO happy – I looked for this challenge earlier today and did not find it?? So happy you posted. I LOVED The Sun Down Motel.

  2. Sure Ti, I’ll join in RIP …. I might only read 2 -3 spooky ones but we have till Halloween …. so why not?! I have a Shirley Jackson I need to read

    1. Yay!! Yes, I love this challenge because it’s so easy. Even one book or movie counts and really gets you in the spirit for Halloween, which was just cancelled in LA County.

  3. This always sneaks up on me – I’m still in summer mode! I’ll get to it in October, though. Looks like you’re all set!

    1. You know, it’s a strange year. I was watching the Laker game last night and the virtual fans reminded me of the TV Parlor in Fahrenheit 451. All of the horror we are reading for this challenge is seeping into real life! Heart-Shaped Box was recommended to me years ago because I am such a King fan. I don’t think Hill writes like his dad but he is a special kind of twisted as evidenced in this book.

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