Friday, October 21, 2016

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop

Welcome to our stop on the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop, hosted by the awesome Mary at Bookhounds.  It's that time of year when we're selecting nail-biting reads and picking out movies that make us jump!  To celebrate, we're giving away a book of your choice from Amazon ($15 limit). Fill out the Rafflecopter form for your chance to win!

 -one winner will win a book of their choice ($15 limit) from Amazon
 -please see terms and conditions on the Rafflecopter widget
 -giveaway is open to those who can enter and receive books from Amazon
 -must be 18 years of age to enter

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Check out the other participating blogs here.

We'd love to know what scary or suspenseful books you're reading!

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  1. Hi Ladies! I hope you are having a fantastic Friday. Thanks for the chance to win

  2. Thanks for the giveaway. Hope you two ladies have a wonderful weekend. BTW....the tweet box is empty on the giveaway.

    1. You too, Heidi! It seems to be working. Maybe it just glitched for you?

  3. I'm reading the Walking Dead graphic novels, ghosts graphic novel, an e-book called CreepaPasta and finally Asylum by Madeleine Roux.

  4. What a fantastic giveaway! Lucky us! :) Thanks a million!

  5. Hi, Michele & McKenzie!! Hope you're both having a GREAT Saturday!!

    I'm not reading anything creepy, because I don't like the horror genre. I've just finished "Born At Midnight", from the Shadow Falls series by C.C. Hunter. Now I'm in the middle of the second book, "Awake At Dawn". I really like these books!!

    Thanks so much for the TERRIFIC giveaway!! HUGS!!! <3 :)

  6. You guys are my favorite! You know how I feel about the scary Wifey, so I am not reading anything scary. I am reading something to clean my brain after the TWD massacre though lol.

  7. I've been re-reading two of my favorite books from childhood - Alfred Hitchcock's "Stories that Scared Even Me" which my father gave me (it was one of his books as a kid) and "Witches' Brew" a YA collection by Alfred Hitchcock of scary stories. It's been 30 years but those are still my two favoritest scary books!

  8. After my Harry Potter binge reading, I am planning to read a suspense book from Mary Higgins Clark because it's been ages since I've read from her.


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