Project Gutenberg is the volunteer organization that has been working for many years to digitize and provide free access to as many written works as possible. They currently have over 42,000 titles in their collection, and the e-books can be downloaded and used for free by anyone. They also have things organized by category in library-style, so if you go to the site you can peruse the horror section and find works by the authors below.
Other books on ghosts and demons may be found in other related sections. Here is a link to the main site: http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page
This is just to get you started. Happy Halloween browsing!
Links to various Booklikes tutorials around the site. Thanks to all the hardworking BL members and team who contributed. This is a work in progress. More links will be added as I find them.
Official Booklikes stuff:
http://blog.booklikes.com/post/551754/post (exclusive status for your books)
The Booklikes blog (new features added every week):
The Goodreads Booklikes group:
Tutorials created by Booklike members:
Easy tips for customising your Booklikes blog:
How to customise your BL blog:
Customising Booklikes Tutorials - parts 1 - 6:
Excellent blogpost about resources on the net for customizing your blog. Includes great links for wallpapers, fonts, colours, add-ons, special effects and other great info:
How to add a new line/paragraph in your comments box:
'Reactive' links (round links on a 'shelf' page)
Adding the Booklikes Reading Challenge to your blog:
How to change colour of text on your banner :
Added pages - I can't read it! My background is dark and font is black! And I want to have a comment section!
How to make your comments icons a link:
Customising shelf sort order:
Changing appearance of followers/following counters and repositioning them:
Where are my Draft blog entries after I hit Save As Draft?:
Can I just read everyone's book reviews and skip the rest?
Setting up Google Analytics:
Adding blockquotes to your posts:
Making reactive links in your blogposts:
Making a see-through background for comments section:
Adding a scrolling quotes marquee to your blog:
How to block followers on Booklikes:
Setting up google analytics on your BL blog:
Changing font colour (text, links, comment section):
How to easily embed a font:
A simple tip - everything is too big - zoom out:
Background for a search bar (what to do when it's invisible on a dark background):
Let's clean our designated comments pages regularly - no more notification floods:
Reading Challenge - how to post it on your site and a few simple customization options:
Your book counter - make it fun and pretty:
How to avoid losing the original source of a post:
Anonymouse.org, despite its claims, doesn't work. I have been playing with an IP tracker tool on my new blog, and I experimented this morning by hitting my site using a few popular web proxies to see how well they hid my informaiton.
I was shocked to find out that Anonymouse.org doesn't even work! However, Zfreez.com worked as advertised.
did not hide my information at all. In fact, it announced that I was using 'anonymouse.org' as a web proxy. A complete fail.