Filed Under (Halloween) by Mike Wilton on 07-22-2010
Tagged Under : Google Book Search, Halloween Books
It’s July, which means for us Halloween nuts its the start of the holiday season, and with that I recently started a massive migration of bookmarks from Mozilla Firefox to my Delicious Halloween bookmarks. With that I found a handful of new Halloween websites including the home haunt and Halloween podcast, Hauntcast. I have been listening to their archive of episodes on a nightly basis and am quickly being reminded of why I love the Halloween holiday so much. This rekindled love has had me searching for more Halloween related material on the net, which lead me to an amazing discovery.
Tonight while doing a search for Halloween goodness I stumbled upon Google’s book search. Being a search geek and internet marketer, I have obviously always known it to be there, but never actually used it. Tonight however I did a search just for shits and giggles and was amazed at the number of Halloween book offerings Google provided.
As a collector of Halloween books I was excited to find this database of books, however it appears that the majority of the publications that turn up in the search are predominantly books published over the last 20 years. Google allows you to preview large portions and even some full versions of books all online.
If you’re a big fan of Halloween definitely go check out the Halloween books on Google