Monday, October 14, 2013

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop

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Halloween is Upon us in just a few weeks!  So to speed things up until the big day, I am participating in a few Hops this month.  This being one of them.  

For this Giveaway, I have quite a few prizes.  There will be 7 winners here for this Hop stop!!!  Open Internationally.

I have 6 Ebooks for Kindle users that I am offering up.  6 winners will each get 1 book and a 7th winner will get copies of all 6 books!  So 1 grand prize with smaller prizes as well.

The books?   Well, we have ghosts, vampires, zombies, horror, other paranormal and just plain amusing titles that seem to fit the month. Here they are:  
Taking on the Dead (The Famished Trilogy, #1)  13 British Horror Stories  The Rift (Vessel of Souls, #1)
A Shade of Vampire (A Shade of Vampire, #1) The Cult of Me  Selected Short Stories Featuring New Corpse Smell 
Click on the cover to go to Goodreads to learn more about them.

So, how this will work-
the first name I draw gets copies of all these books.  The next name gets their pick.  Third person picks from the remaining 5, and so forth.  Again, these are all books meant for Kindle (mobi).  Sorry if that is not your device :(  

The Rules:
No cheating!  I always check entries.  False entries=disqualification.

You have 24 hours to respond to my email if you win.  I will have a lot of people to contact and it is not fair that Later winners are held up for a long time.  

Have Fun!!!

*Also, I recommend checking out my other giveaways (see top of the right column for full link list)!  Lots going on this month and many entries (such as comment on a review) can be used on more than 1 giveaway... *
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Be sure to check out the other participants!  This is a HUGE Hop!!

65 comments:

  1. I must say, the last book on this list doesn't appear to be in the same category as the others. If I hadn't known these were all in the same genre, I would have thought it was a quirky contemporary!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Jenni
    bookandbabes.blogspot.com

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    1. technically the last one isn't quite in the same genre. Some of the stories fit but it was thrown in for the title for amusement

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  2. Oh, apparently I should have clicked 'I commented' before commenting to see what the question was, huh? I'd have to say The Shining by Stephen Kin was one of the freakiest/scariest for me.

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  3. Definitely Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill.

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  4. Stephen King's The Shining or IT! I love Stephen King, but he writes some scary stuff...

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  5. Seize the Night by Dean Koontz. I hate bugs so much....

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  6. I am so thrilled to be a part of this book giveaway
    extravaganza! Find me at http://wp.me/p3GCnv-1MC

    Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution

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  7. I think the spookiest was Midnight by Dean Koontz :)

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  8. Dracula by Bram Stoker still freaks me out

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  9. "It" by Stephen King :) Part of the reason I found it so creepy is because I was of an age with the kids in the book when I read it :)

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  10. Can't think of any because don't read scary stories

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  11. The Stand by Stephen King. It's a huge book with lots of scare. :)

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  12. Gerald's Game by Stephen King really scared me and so did The Long Walk by Richard Bachman. I know I know, same dude but that's what's written on the book

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  13. It by Stephen King or anything by H.P. Lovecraft.

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  14. Always thought Carrie was scary. Thanks for the great giveaway hop.. loads of fun
    valshemi at gmail dot com

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  15. The Shining by Stephen King is the scariest book I have ever read, thank you.

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  16. Thinner by Stephen King.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. Probably not the scariest, but it's my favorite...the Experiment in Terror series by Karina Halle.

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  18. It by Stephen King :D
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. The Cell by Stephen King was scary because it was so realistic!

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  20. Bag of Bones by Stephen King.

    Thanks for this giveaway :)

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  21. Spooky for me was Stake you by Claire Farrell. Thanks.

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  22. I don't really read scary books but I the scariest I have read is The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  23. I hunt killers by Barry Lyga!It's about a 17 year old guy who was raised yo enjoy the thought of murdering women.It was so spooky it gave me nightmares!

    Seems like an amazing giveaway!If you have time, check mine out too!I'm giving away some amazing books as well! Libertad & Guinevere @ Twinja Book Reviews

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  24. I was twelve and a girl that I shared my room with read Carrie by Stephen King to me every night. Still the scariest book I've ever read!

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  25. Hunted Past Reason by Richard Matheson is pretty horrifying although not in the way you might expect :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. I am currently reading In The After by Demitria Lunetta and it's kinda scary.

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  27. It would have to be IT by Stephen King

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  28. Stephen King's Pet Semetary!

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  29. Has to be Carrie by Stephen King. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. It would have to be Cryer's Cross. I don't remember the author though.

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  31. While not my normal genre, The Diviners by Libba Bray is very scary.

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  32. I really love all of the stories from Edgar Allan Poe equally, but to name one I'll say The Premature Burial.

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  33. The Shining by Stephen King! Thanks for the giveaway!
    -Jayne

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  34. Carrie.. would be my fav. Such a great giveaway hop.. thanks for being part of it!

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  35. don't read much horror, did read the shining by stephen king - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  36. Edgar Allan Poe never fails to creep me out. I especially love The Tell-Tale Heart.

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  37. Anything Stephen King.. ;) erikalrhodes at gmail dot com

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  38. Stephen King's 'It', I hate clowns because of it.

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  39. Thinner by Stephen King has always creeped me out and I remember scenes from that book to this day.

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  40. It by Stephen King. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  41. It by Stephen King. Seems to be a popular selection too lol

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I love to know what you think!