Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Welcome to the 2014 Spooktacular Giveaway Hop


Hello Muses and Fallen Friends,

I know it has been a while since I've participated in a blog hop style giveaway! But guess what? This is Halloween and it's one of my most favorite times of the year. 

To celebrate the upcoming release of Torn Seraphine, the conclusion of the Seraphine Trilogy, I'll be giving away an eARC of all three books in the trilogy and a $5.00 Amazon gift card so you can choose yet another great spooky read to go along with them. 

I'm super excited to finally be bringing you the last installment of Caleb and Gia's fascinating story of the events that lead up to the Great War in the Lost Immortals Saga.


The Prizes:


Dark Seraphine: Book One of the Seraphine Trilogy


Lost Seraphine:  Book Two of the Seraphine Trilogy
Torn Seraphine:  Book Three of the Seraphine Trilogy (Yep! You get to be one of the first folks to read the exciting conclusion to the series!)



$5.00 Amazon Gift Card

Good Luck!



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Be sure to visit all the other participating blogs for a chance to win even more fabulous prizes! Just head on over to: http://www.iamareader.com/2014/08/5th-annual-spooktacular-giveaway-hop-sign-ups.html and check them all out!

Have fun!

34 comments:

Natalie said...

I have always been scared reading Stephen King's It book

Renald said...

As a kid, I liked Edger Allen Poe, short stories.Deb P

Mary Kirkland said...

Silence of the Lambs was the scary one for me.

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

My favorite scary book is The Shining by Stephen King.
Jennifer Rote

Lauren Mackesy said...

I think it would have to be Don't Breathe a Word by Jennifer McMahon.

Stephanie said...

Pretty much anything by Stephen King, but It and The Shining are way up there

Danie Romrell said...

I don't read too many creepy books so I would have to say Daddy's Little Girl by Mary Higgins Clark.

melissa crisp said...

I don't remember the name of the book but it was about the early insane asylum and the mentally insane. I think what made it so creepy was the fact that it was all true.

hhkaufman78 said...

IT by Stephen King scared me!!

Cheryl R said...

Amyityville Horror scared me witless long ago!

Lori Franklin Hopkins said...

I am not bs-ing you, but the book that did that for me, I cannot remember the name or the author. It was a "true story" about a nurse that moved into a haunted house in NY state. That book had me looking over my shoulder and listening for creaks in the house. I have the book but it is storage, because I had no room for it in the house. Most books don't freak me out, but that one DID, and I love spooky books.

amy bowens said...

I would say Stephen King, Carrie, It, The Shinning, Cat's Eye

Ashfa said...

The Shining by Stephen King!

M.A.D. said...

Mary DeBorde
Omg, for me it was IT by Stephen King and I couldn't even finish it - I'm such a wuss lol

smiles said...

The Night I Disappeared by Julie Reece Deaver. In the story, a girl has this friend she does everything with, but no one else is met. He's imaginary and was created as a defense mechanism. It just creeped me out thinking that what I think is real could possibly just be in my head. The typical scary stories don't bother me, but playing off of psychology tends to.

AimeeKay said...

It by Stephen King

Holly Letson said...

Probably some of R.L. Stine's books, when I was a teenager.

Ally Swanson said...

Anything I read by Stephen King keeps me up scared at night!

Elizabeth said...

I don't read horror or much paranormal, but The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle kept me awake at night.

Cattsy Goldfinch said...

I've never read many stories that are truly scary to me. There have been some things that are truly creepy, though, like murder mysteries.

Anastasia Falling said...

One of the scariest books I've read was "Seasons of Passage" by Christopher Pike. I read a lot of his scary books when I was a kid, but this one really stuck with me :) It might not be scary NOW, but nothing is as scary when your an adult, it seems :)

Iriel said...

The first story I read by Stephen King; The Moving Finger! Eeewww, it was disgusting and spooky.

Lindsey V. said...

I don't read too many creepy books, but I thought Evie's Knight by Kimberly Krey was pretty creepy. If we're talking movies, though, I'd definitely have to say The Ring. Yikes.

Thank you so much for the giveaway! Fingers crossed. :-)

Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

I loved First Days by R. Frater.

Janice Crespo said...

I read Stephen King's It while I was working night shift at a nursing home. One resident never had any visitors yet that night - her room was full of balloons - scared the daylights out of me - LOL

Sheila Ryals said...

I do not have one! i do not like scary books or movies! i'll stick to my parnanorml, fantasy and YA books!

Natasha D said...

Anything by Stephen King.
Thanks for the chance to win!

SiNn said...

Stephen Kings books keep me up at night after i read them which is what i love the one that lasted the longest for me where i had to leave the lights on was when i read IT that book to this day still creeps me out yet its one of my favorites

Robyn Donnelly said...

I think the book that kept me up is IT by Stephen King. He writes some scary stuff especially when your young reading it.

Naomi Jacobs said...

The cask of Amatialldo (sp?) Edgar Allen Poe always freaked me out.

Erika said...

I'd definitely have to go with It by Stephen King! So creepy and it really sticks with you!

Lee Todd said...

Watchers by Dean Koontz

Gaby Il. said...

One book called the HItchker it gave me the creeps! Couldn't finish it

Makaela T said...

I think the spookiest book I've ever read is A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray. It's not even that scary!

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