• The Between by Tananarive Due
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    The Between Readalong: Week 3

    This is our final week of reading and discussing Tananarive Due’s The Between. Thank you so much to everyone who read The Between with us this month! If you missed out on our previous discussions, be sure to check out the week one and week two discussions of our LOHF readalong. The Ladies of Horror Fiction team has come up with some discussion questions, and we’d love to hear your thoughts as well! Discussion 1.Would you shelve The Between as horror? Why or why not? Tracy: I would shelve it as horror – there are enough elements to classify it as such for me Emily: Yes, I would, especially because…

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    The Between Readalong: Week 2

    We have more questions than answers with this week’s section of The Between, but we are loving the story Tananarive Due is crafting. If you are just now joining us, we are up to chapter 23 in our discussion this week. You can click here to see last week’s discussion if you’d like! (If you want to hop in, we are finishing up The Between for a final discussion next Sunday.) The Ladies of Horror Fiction team has come up with some discussion questions, and we’d love to hear your thoughts as well! Discussion 1. What do you think the significance of the children’s names have to what’s happening in…

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    The Between Readalong: Week 1

    We have reached the end of week 1 in our community wide readalong of Tananarive Due’s The Between. We will be reading The Between through February 24 so you still have time to jump in and join us. (Check the full readalong schedule for all of the details.) Please be aware this week’s discussion post will contain spoilers for the first 10 chapters. The Ladies of Horror Fiction team has come up with some discussion questions, and we’d love to hear your thoughts as well! Discussion 1. Why do you think writers so often place ‘do-gooders’ as coming from a traumatic experience? Is there a belief that some people just…