Thursday, October 20, 2016

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a spooky book of your choice worth $12.


The winner will also receive a glow in the dark (nickel free) bookmark made by Kawaii Craft Cottage.

Good luck!
 
 
The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. Please add withloveforbooks@gmail.com to your list of approved email addresses. All of our giveaways are international.
 
 

64 comments:

  1. My favorite spooky reads are anything by Stephen King because they are sooooo scary.

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  2. One of my fave spooky reads last year was "Bird Box" which is a subtle kind of horror novel where you don't actually see the monsters though they are always near - I love how this kept me on the edge of my seat.

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  3. Cujo by Stephen King because it keeps you on the edge.

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  4. My first and last Horror read was The Shining by Stephen King. I can't read them because then I have nightmares. :)
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  5. My first and last Horror read was The Shining by Stephen King. I can't read them because then I have nightmares. :)
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  6. My first and last Horror read was The Shining by Stephen King. I can't read them because then I have nightmares. :)
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. I'm a big fan of zombie stories, but I don't have a particular favorite.

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  8. Iain Banks' 'The Wasp Factory' is one of the strangest, most terrifying books I've ever read and I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who likes the genre.

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  9. Salem's Lot by Stephen King. I liked the book a whole lot more than the movie because the vampire in the book could pass for a normal person. I found that terrifying!

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  10. "Survive The Night" by Danielle Vega is my favorite, it's such a creepy and fantastic book!

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  11. "House of Dark Shadows" -- it's spooky but not horror.
    Dianna

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  12. I don't read horror stories. I've tried them but they just weren't for me.

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  13. 'IT' by Stephen King. It is the first scary book I read and Ikeep going back to it.

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  14. And The Trees Crept In was a really spooky read.

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  15. I love Stephan King's The Shining

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  16. The October Country by Ray Bradbury...I love his imagination.

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  17. I remember I used to read these books when I was younger, I think they were called Scary Stories and they had pictures for every story, it was just spooky to read and look at.

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  18. The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. I still think of that terrifying moment in the middle of the night when the lights come back on in the bedroom and Eleanor flings herself from the bed and says, terrified, 'God, God, whose hand was I holding?'

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  19. My favorite spooky read is Misery by Stephen King!

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  20. I don't read "spooky" books, though there is sometimes something spooky going on in the book, since I read PNR and urban fantasy. I can't really think of a specific favorite one that fits that category.

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  21. I have quite a few , all by Stephen King like Bag of Bones and It but my ultimate favourite is The Stand.

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  22. It by Stephen King is a favourite.

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  23. I heard my friends talking about a creepy e-book they found on Kindle. I was interested so I got and read it and was so creeper out over the stories. It's really good. It's called CreepaPasta.

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  24. My favorite spooky read is Needful Things by Stephen King. It really draws you and makes you want to keep reading to see what happens next.

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  25. Thanks for the giveaway; I like Patricia Briggs' Mercy books because I love werewolves. :)

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  26. Dracula is one of my favorite spooky reads! Or anything with vampires or witches!

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  27. The Devouring series because the thrills and chills just don't stop all throughout the series!

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  28. Anything by stephen king scares me.

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  29. I don't remember read something scary for some time.. but I am looking forward to read Vassa in the Night :)

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  30. I love reading thrillers. When I was a child I loved Matilda :)

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  31. I loved Bag of Bones by Stephen King. It scared me and I still remember the story. Read the book, don't watch the movie, the movie does not do the book justice.

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  32. I love Miss peregrine's home for peculiar children. Because of the pictures!

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  33. Stephen King's The Tommyknockers - it was really scary!!!

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  34. I love reading Stephen King's novellas and short stories. Quick, spooky, scary, weird. I love each and every one that I have read. :D

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  35. I love Origin by Jessica Khoury. It's technically fantasy/sci-fi, not horror, but it's absolutely haunting.

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  36. I liked Ascenders by C. L. Gaber. It's mostly paranormal, but it is haunting :)

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  37. I don't like horror or scary books, but I do like paranormal and urban fantasy, and also ghost stories that aren't creepy. I like the Jane Yellowrock series.

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  38. Loved The Shining by Stephen King!! It was super spooky

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  39. Misery by Stephen King because it was effective, it takes a lot to make me feel uncomfortable while reading.

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  40. Dracula is one of my favorite spooky reads because the vampire myth is so fascinating.

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  41. I like YA and Children's "Spooky" reads because I get too "spooked" otherwise.

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  42. I really liked “The Shining” or pretty much anything by Stephen King.

    Thanks for giving.

    Besos Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  43. Thank you for the giveaway, girls! ;)
    My favorite scary or spooky read is Don't Forget Me by R.L.Stine. It's probably my sentimentality, but that is one of my all-time favorite books.

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  44. I really liked The Girl From The Well. So creepy!

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  45. Stephen King's Pet Cemetery. Nothing creepier than a kid coming back to life & trying to kill you. Thanks for the chance.

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  46. I haven't read many spooky books, but I have my eye on Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier - I've heard it's a great read for this time of year :) Thank you for the giveaway xo

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  47. The Shining because it's really spooky. I'm scared of old hotels now. lol

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  48. The Shining by Stephen King definitely! To quote Joey Tribbiani: "What's not great about The Shining? NOTHING!"

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  49. I love The Stand because it is something that has the potential to happen to a degree.

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  50. I liked Carrie by Stephen King because of a plucky heroine.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  51. I only entered your Spooktacular Giveaway.
    It would be great to win a
    Spooky book of my choice worth $12
    and a glow in the dark bookmark.
    In response to your question of
    What is your favourite spooky read?
    I like Pet Sematary by Stephen King because i thought it
    was well written and suspenseful
    and the idea of someone you love coming back from the dead
    as a zombie freaks me out.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

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  52. Mary Hughes' BITING NIXIE is very funny, and Tara Lain's SPELL CAT series has lovable m/m characters!

    --Trix

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  53. I am all about Anne Rice's Vampire novels- there really hasn't been an amazing adult fiction series since (that I know of) ....

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  54. THE STAND..........both the original & the one where Stephen King put back in the several hundred pages his editor told him to take out(he was new when the first edition was released) and updated all the history of the world that was in the book by almost 10 years.

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  55. I like the works of Edgar Allan Poe, they are dark and mysterious.

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