Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop


Welcome to the fifth annual Spooktacular Giveaway Hop hosted by Kathy of I Am A Reader, Not A Writer. Halloween is such a fun holiday and preparing for it is even better. Decorations, apple picking, eating candy corn, shopping for costumes and picking out treats to hand out on the special night are all part of getting ready. Seeing all of the cool costumes is always fun too. I'm giving one winner a $10 Amazon gift card and an eBook copy of Lacing Shadows (winner's choice of an epub/mobi/pdf).

My giveaway is open to US only. Enter below. There are over 200 blogs participating in this hop so be sure to keep going down the list to find out what everybody else is offering. Good luck!



Lose yourself in the Shadows.
Five young women each encounter a different supernatural force: seductive werewolves, shadowy vampires, dangerous fae, mysterious ghosts, and nightmare creatures.

Lace yourself in scintillating tales of fated meetings, undying love, and eternal life...

Lacing Shadows features New Adult paranormal tales from five talented authors.

Spirit of the Wolf
Asia, a young college student, struggles between two seductive temptations—her boyfriend, Jesse, and a new friend, Nati. Meanwhile, hidden forces strive to draw out the wolf spirit inside her. Will she embrace her nature…or have it driven out against her will? In the end, the spirit of the wolf may be the only thing that can save her and those she holds dear.

Eternal Guard
Farren is desperate to escape her heart-wrenching grief, attempting to end her life when fate suddenly intervenes...
Rescued by Joe, she finds herself an unwilling pawn in a vampire tug-of-war over her life.
In a world where she can choose if her death will be final or eternal, why would she fight to live?

Into The Dark
College freshman Holly Barclay finds herself home alone on winter break with plans to do some soul-searching.
Being a Good Samaritan to a handsome wounded stranger, this human girl has not only endangered her heart but quite possibly her life.
The holidays suddenly got a lot more exciting.

The Unspoken Truth
Lena has always been aware of a world beyond our own. She is happily married and employed by the police to uncover the secrets of the dead, helping to solve cold cases. But when she meets Jessica Clayton, the abused wife of a rich industrialist who died in the 1800's, the parallels between them change her life completely. Is she ready to learn The Unspoken Truth?

Spinning Scars
Some believe in legends, Others don’t want them to exist….
Immortality can have its downfalls, especially when you’re a creature made of nightmares constantly on the run. Enrolling in college, Matthias meets Ruby. When he discovers who she really is they are both in mortal danger, but for reasons Matthias has all wrong.
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80 comments:

  1. I loved Anna Dressed in Blood! It had an interesting killer ghost that became a love interest! LOL I also loved The 5th Wave and The Forest of Hands and Teeth because they were chilling in the way that what if something like that really happened! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. The Shining because it is ghostly.

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  3. The Demonata Series by Darren Shan! This series will keep you on your toes and give you nightmares. I could not sleep for days! Plus he is a spectacular author!

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  4. What's your favorite 'spooky' book and why?

    selems lot stephen king

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  5. My favorite spooky book is Pet Cemetary by Stephen King.

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  6. I always dig out my copy of the Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe this time of year. Deliciously spooky. :)

    Thank you for the giveaway! You can enter my Spooktacular Giveaway at From the Shadows. Happy Halloween! :)

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  7. I like Rhys Ford's Hellsinger series (FISH AND GHOSTS and DUCK DUCK GHOST), because m/m urban fantasy is so hard to do well!

    Trix, vitajex(at)Aol(Dot)com

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  8. I liked "The Birds" by Poe because it is such a classic.

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  9. I'd pick Skulduggery Pleasant, because it's a middle grade book it's not too scary for me. I'm a bit of a horror wimp.

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  10. The Witches by Roald Dahl- it's so creative!

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  11. Stephen King's The Stand, very scary!

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  12. I love Dia of the Dead by Brit Brinson. Zombies need I say more.....nom nom nom....

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  13. The Shining by Stephen King and the reason I like this story is that Stephen King's novels always have some sort of unexpected twist in them :)

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  14. I love Pet Sematary by Stephen King because every time I read it it gives me nightmares.

    jmesparza821 at gmail dot com

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  15. The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson: It's the first spooky book I remember reading as an adult... very atmospheric.

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  16. I don't have a favorite specifically, but I love anything with ghosts...that usually gets the hairs raised on my arms, lol!

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  17. My all-time favorite horror story is "The Haunting of Hill House" by Shirley Jackson

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  18. My favorite scary book is The Shining by Stephen King. The scariest I have ever read.
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  19. I really dont have a favorite but I so like anything by Stephen king

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  20. Don't have a favorite but I like some of the older Stephen King books. :)

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  21. I don't read a ton of scary books, but I remember reading the book Spook when I was a kid. I don't know who wrote it, but I believe it was one of my moms books from when she was young. I LOVED it! It was a sweet story with a scary witch undertone. But it was a happy ever after story so I read it over and over again!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  22. My favorite spooky story is The Hound of the Baskervilles because it's not straight up horror (which I don't read), but it's a classic mystery with a really spooky tone to it.

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  23. Misery by Stephen King is my favorite spooky book.

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  24. Honestly? Books like Gone Girl absolutely terrify me. There was another one I read called Before I Go To Sleep that was just traumatic. I'm more of a psychological thriller kind of reader. Things that could ACTUALLY happen and show the more sinister side of normal, every day people... those are truly spooky!

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  25. Loved Anna Dressed in Blood. Love all of her books!

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  26. Twilight...cause sparkling vampires are creepy!!

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  27. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow--it was my first scary book as a child.

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  28. I don't read many scary stories, but The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is really good. -Tori

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  29. I like anything by Stephen King. He has to be a twisted person to write his kind of stories.

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  30. Night Shift, a collection of short stories by Stephen King, is very creepy which is why I love it :)

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  31. Stephen King's The Shining
    jwisley8@me.com

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  32. I've always loved Stephen Kings Carrie

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  33. Julie Reece Deaver's The Night I Disappeared, because it made me wonder if my reality is just in my head, from my imagination.

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  34. I love any of Gena Showalters books! Thanks!

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  35. I really liked The House of Dark Shadows series. The mystery was intriguing!
    Dede

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  36. I don't really have one. I'd rather read nonfiction or more dramatic real-life style books.

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  37. The Harry Potter series, because it is so well written.

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  38. My favorite spooky book is Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury because of the struggle between good and evil.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

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  39. no fav; don't really read them

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  40. Favorite is Stephen King's The Shining-it was really scary and the little girls freaked me out!!

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  41. I don't really read scary books outside of vampire books. The Mayfair Witches by Anne Rice though was a bit scary because the "main" character was for the most part an unknown entity harassing the witches. I can's say much without giving away plot.

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  42. I don't know if I could narrow down one favorite, but Salem's Lot was the first "scary" book that I'd read outside of reading the Goosebumps series as a kid. I loved it then, and love it now.

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  43. I don't have a single favorite book, but there are series that I really love that have spooky involved including The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher and the Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs. Thank you for participating in this fun hop.

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  44. My favorite is anna dressed in blood by kendare blake because Anna bring chills when I read about her but still I feels bad for her

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  45. The Tell tale Heart by Poe because I remember my dad reading it to me as a kid.

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  46. Mary DeBorde
    Probably The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson because of its incredible gothic atmosphere and the use of building tension! :)

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  47. I love Agatha Christie's AND THEN THERE WERE NONE. Ten strangers being murdered on an island? Deliciously creepy. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. I do not have a favorite. I love all types of paranormal except gory super scary ones.

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  49. Love Stephan King's books, those books will give you nightmares for days!

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  50. Just One Look by Harlan Coben. My mom, aunt, grandma, and I all read it around the same time by chance and were all so freaked out!

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  51. I enjoyed The Winter Witch by Paula Brackston. I'd not read too many books about witches, but I did enjoy that one.

    Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  52. The Shining by Stephen King because it keeps me interested.

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  53. I LOVE the Black Jewels series by Anne Bishop...it's fantastic, dark and disturbing.

    Happy Halloween and thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  54. I have honestly never read a spooky book, aside from some of the Goosebumps series when I was younger. I'm not sure if I would like it, but perhaps I ought to give it a fair chance.

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  55. My favorite spooky book is The Shining by Stephen King. The scary atmosphere is so creepy.

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  56. I loved First Days by R. Frater. It has zombies and the scene starts with a mom trying to protect her 2 sons from the father who turned.

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  57. I like all of Stephen King's books because they are always scary and original! Thanks for this amazing giveaway - I would love to win!

    Suz Reads

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  58. I think the IT by Stephen King and The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe because both are haunting. I love stuff like that.

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  59. I've only read a few of H.P. Lovecraft's stories, but they're creepy as can be.

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  60. anything By King especially IT his books just visually in my head scare the crap out of me

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  61. I've never read a scary book, but Harry Potter is a great read every fall. =) It really goes with the mood of the holiday season.

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  62. The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey, because I'm not a huge fan of scary books but this one was well written and creepy in a way I ended up enjoying so much I'm hooked on the series!

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  63. I love Stephen King because his books are just so terrifying!

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  64. My favorite 'spooky' book was one that I read as a kid, "In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories" by Alvin Schwartz. It is my favorite because it was suspenseful and even scared me.

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  65. As I now have to get up in the mornings I really try to avoid horror, but I have always loved Sleepy Hollow!

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  66. Anything by R.L. Stine because I have been reading his books since I was a child.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  67. There are several Stephen King books that work. The Shining, Bag of Bones, etc are spooky! To me Spooky needs a bit of unknown mystery and ghost element which King does so well.

    -Jamie

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  68. "Scary stories to read in the dark" loved it as a kid

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  69. I actually don't really like spooky books because I get bad dreams.

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  70. I love anything by Stephen King because all of his books are scary.

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  71. don't really have a fav spooky book, haven't read horror in ages - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  72. Right now I'm reading The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell and it's freaking me out!

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  73. It or The Shining by Stephen King.

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  74. I don't have a favorite spooky book. I gave them up a few years ago after having nightmares after reading them.

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