Halloween is by far my favorite holiday. It's been that way since I was a kid. I have fond memories of dressing up in spooky costumes, and trick-or-treating with my family, and later on with my friends as I grew into my teen years. I actually went trick-or-treating up until I was about 18 or so, which some people considered too old. Maybe for them, but not for me. Halloween traditions should be for all ages, whether it's trick-or-treating, telling scary stories, watching horror movies, carving jack-o'-lanterns, or visiting haunted houses. You're never too old for some spooky fun. Anyway, that leads me to my new Halloween tradition. Starting this year, I'll be releasing a new short horror story for free every Halloween. This October, the tale is "Horror on Interstate 89". See you on 10-31!