FreeebooksDaily.org Celebrates Halloween by Featuring Horror Kindle™ Books Everyday until October 31, Honors “The Virago Book of Witches”

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Online Kindle Book deals website Freeebooksdaily.org is celebrating Halloween by featuring deeply discounted Horror eBooks on Kindle™ on its website every day from October 15th to October 31st, just in time for the chilling holiday. It has also created a special “Halloween/ Horror” section on its website that is visited daily by thousands of readers.

There are plenty of great Kindle eBooks out there that will send chills down your spine, Our editorial team is painstakingly sifting through thousands of such books and brings the best ones that are being offered at prices ranging from $0.00 to $2.99.

San Francisco bay area based Freeebooksdaily.org is featuring Kindle™ ebook deals in the horror genre on its website every day until the end of October. This is in addition to featuring select Kindle books that are temporarily discounted or are being offered at no cost in other genres. It has also created a special “Halloween/ Horror” section on its website.

“People love to get into the holiday spirit and Christmas and Halloween are two of the biggest holidays celebrated,” says Ann Phipps, the Spokeswoman for Freeebooksdaily.org. “Halloween isn’t just about trick-or-treating, dressing up in costumes, or carving pumpkins- it’s also about facing our worst fears by reading scary stories. There are plenty of great Kindle eBooks out there that will send chills down your spine and keep you up at night, and many of those are being offered at a discounted price of$0.00 to $2.99. Our editorial team is painstakingly sifting through thousands of discounted Kindle books to feature the scariest books that will keep our subscribers glued to their eBook readers, although they might be hiding under the covers with it.”

Freeebooksdaily.org features bargain priced eBooks and alerts the website’s subscribers every day. The editorial staff sifts through thousands of Kindle™ books that are being temporarily discounted or offered for free, looking for the best reads for its 100,000 subscribers, fans and twitter followers. Subscribing to the email newsletter that is offered at no cost makes it easy for eBook readers to be alerted of new high-quality books and authors. Readers can grow their library without breaking their budget and be kept up-to-date on the latest popular books that are being offered at discounted prices with the help of Freeebooksdaily.org.

Freeebooksdaily.org is also honoring The Virago Book of Witches as the Book of the Month for October. Witches have a strong historic connection with Halloween. The tradition of lighting a candle inside pumpkins carved as Jack-o-lanterns is done to protect people and livestock from the effect of witches, who were believed to accompany the malignant spirits as they traveled the earth on Halloween night. The flames are deemed to have protective powers. What is now called Halloween was celebrated in Celtic cultures as Samhain - the transition between summer and winter. It is one of the Greater Sabbats, or High Holidays, in witchcraft and in modern times, it is celebrated as a day to remember and honor the dead.

"Witches are such varied and wonderful creatures - the outright terrifying to helpful ones but often mysterious,” says Shakrukh Husain, author of The Virago Book of Witches. “I have loved them and been scared, intrigued and enchanted by them since my childhood. They cater for every taste and age. The stories in this book are in different voices: rustic, funny, sophisticated and menacing. Enjoy them!"

Readers can check out the daily Halloween Horror selections through October and sign up for the Daily Deal Alert at http://freeebooksdaily.org/horrorhalloween/

Authors can submit their books for consideration for inclusion at http://freeebooksdaily.org/books-submission-2/

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