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Monday, October 22, 2012

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop


The Spooktacular Giveaway Hop is hosted by

Hey Spooktacular Cupcakes! 
I'm excited to participate in this hop and give away some awesome books.
AND since I love Halloween and October, and because today is my birthday and I'm feeling all generous and stuff, I'm going to give away three books to one winner!!!

The very fabulous folks at Harper Collins sent me two finished copies of The Peculiar by Stefan Bachmann, so I'm giving one copy away today.
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I really loved The Peculiar; it's a fun, dark whimsical tale. You can read my review here.

AND the winner can also choose two (2) of the following spooktastic ARCs:
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So, one winner will win a hardcover copy of The Peculiar and their choice of two of the ARCs pictured above!

DETAILS
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-Will run from 10/24 - 10/31
-One main entry per person, Must be 13+
-Winner will be emailed and must claim prize within 48 hours
-I am NOT responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged prizes
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48 comments:

Kassandra L. said...

Nevermore by Kelly Creagh

Marmaladelibby (aka Ange) said...

The Nothing!

aLilLacey said...

Jack Skellington - The Pumpkin King!!

Randi M said...

I've always felt sorry for Frankenstein's monster, so I'll say Mary Shelley's Frankenstein monster. :)

PuttPutt1198Eve said...

Another vote for Frankenstein!

Danielle Nguyen said...

Dracula, of course :)
He's the original!

Jenn Renee said...

I like cute monsters... like Sully on Monsters Inc.

Kelly said...

Randall Flagg of The Stand by Stephen King is a horribly spooky supernatural guy.

Sarah S said...

Jack Skellington is my favorite! ~.~

Christina Fiorelli said...

Christina K. in the rafflecopter

Frankenstein!! He's a monster physically but not emotionally. He's a victim, and that makes him complex.

Diana said...

Well, I wouldnt say favorite, but memorable--the Red Cap elemental from a supernatural reference book I used to read as a kid. It has a "red cap" because it would kill people in the woods around old castles and then decorate the top of its head with their blood.

Fizzingwhizbee said...

I'm more into the cutesy monsters than the scary ones, so I'd say Mike and Sully from Monsters Inc :)

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Holly said...

I have to say scary book would be either Nevermore by Kelly Creagh or The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

TayteH said...

The Devouring by Simon Holt. Now that's a scary book. :D

evrythngzen said...

Vampires...I love Vampires...favorite series about them Black Dagger Brotherhood but those aren't scary, scary ones, I always loved Dean Koontz and Stephen King!

Lauren M. said...

Hmm, I have to say Frankenstein too. He's the original monster.

Jillyn said...

Dracula, of course.

Thanks for the giveaway!

koddabear said...

Mine isn't so much the monster but the old black and white Edgar Allan Poe Movies. THe Pit and the Pendlum and The house of Ushers. I still have nightmares about being barried alive!!

alicia marie said...

Oooh I love Jack Skellington too!!

Krista said...

Voldemort!

Sayomay said...

Snap, Voldemort, Slender Man and Headless Horseman!

bookbitereviews said...

My favorite movie monster would be Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas.

Thanks for the giveaway =D
-Becky Paulk

Jennifer said...

My favorite movie monster is Pennywise the clown. He's not technically a monster but he freaks me out.

Bigmak207 said...

I loved the movie The Birds and Halloweentown from Disney.

Susan @ The Book Bag said...

It would have to be the clown in the movie It. Scary!!

BookmarkBelles said...

I love halloweentown i watch it every yr and american horror story is amazing

Liese2 said...

My favorite spooky book/movie is The Woman In Black.
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booksntea said...

I'm not afraid of movie or book monsters. I'm afraid of the monsters that lurked in my closet and under my bed. The one's my mom convinced me were real when I was a kid. What a cruel parent, amiright? Thin Man is the creeper who scares me the most. He lives in the closet, and he slips out at night if I don't have the closet door closed all the way.

- Jackie

SacredmOOn said...

Well, I absolutely love Jack the Pumpkin King in The Nightmare Before Christmas!
DeAnna Schultz

Brenna said...

Movie monster? Hmmm, probably the gremlins or Jack from The Nightmare Before Christmas. (:

Erika said...

Sully from Monsters, Inc:) Love that movie!

Joy said...

Love vampires. Thanks.
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Jennifer Haile said...

Dracula!

-Jen Haile

jaime radalyac said...

Way too many! Bellatrix is my fave right now though!!!

DeeDee Griffin said...

I've always loved werewolves the most, but not any one in particular. I do have a favorite vampire though - Damon Salvatore!

Brooke DelVecchio said...

Goonies!

Lynne said...

one of my favorite "scary" movies is The Corpse Bride :)

LOVE your blog design - SO CUTE! Thanks for this giveaway opportunity too.

Caitlin said...

In books, I love werewolves!

wwe11 said...

My favorite spooky book/movie is The Exorcist.
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Janiera said...

Godzilla. lol

Adriane said...

Voldemort

Misha said...

Jack the Pumpkin King! Because Nightmare Before Christmas is my favorite Halloween movie~ it has to have my favorite spook!

Aimee Nelson said...

I love Monster Inc! Its my favorite monster movie!!! Its so funny! lol

Sarah Kalaitzidis said...

my fave scary movie is Jeepers Creepers though it doesn't scare me no more! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Nikki said...

Hocus Pocus! Family tradition!!

Nikki @ Books Most Wanted

Kaci Verdun said...

I love The Shining!

Steph said...

I love Hocus Pocus! I watch it every year!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Cryscringle said...

Um... well, I really like Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas, haha. :)