Friday, May 26, 2017

With Love for Horror Books: Sterling Silver Raven Necklace & Horror Books of Choice Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a stunning sterling silver raven necklace and $25 to spend on horror books of your choice. Good luck!
 


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37 comments:

  1. I love the thrill of them and being a little scared :)

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  2. It tickles certain fight or flight responses that are entertaining, the release of tension, over and over until a hopefully cathartic ending. So, just for a short span of time, I am willing to endure the terror in order to enjoy a euphoric sense of relief at the end. I seem to enjoy the adrenaline rush of being scared while being safe.

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  3. It's got to be the adrenaline rush of survival, of good conquering over evil, and the connection to all those who have told or listened to/read scary stories since time immemorial.

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  4. I enjoy the thrill of creepy stories and the satisfaction of good overcoming evil.

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  5. The anticipation of what's going to happen next

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  6. i'm not fan of dark horror, but just a little dark is good makes me angsty a little

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  7. I love the thrilling suspense that makes my heart beat faster, almost like a good romance just scarier. ;-)

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  8. What I like about creepy stories is the suspense and on-edge feeling it gives me!

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  9. I'm not sure why, but I enjoy them. I just can't handle scarey movies.

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  10. I really love them. Being scared is fun lol - although takes a lot to scare me. I do like the ones which are more "what might happen" than "what does happen", but being a huge fan of scary books and movies since I can't remember.

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  11. I love the rice, anticipation and adrenaline about creepy stories.

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  12. I like a good scare and not knowing what will happen and who will survive.

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  13. The trill and went the story keeps me on the hedge.

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  14. The way you face horrors from the safety of your own home.

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  15. I like the excitement, anticipation and imagination of creepy stories.

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  16. I like that things get intense without having to leave your house. I also like that you can put the book down and come back later if things get too intense :)

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  17. I like horror books and movie! I like getting scared but it takes a lot to scare me!

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  18. I like the suspense that they create and that they are page turners. It scares you but at the same time it is exciting.

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  19. How they scare you!

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  20. I like the creep factor about scary stories!

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  21. I think I like the adrenalin rush of creepy stories. Reading them adds a bit of excitement to life!

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  22. Well, I'm not sure that I enjoy it as much as others, but I like to see what the outcome will be and whether or not I can brave the rest of the book!

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  23. They bring ot the fear so it doesn't manifest elsewhere!

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  24. I love being taken out of the ordinary and shocked. Hard to do to me since I've loved scary movies and books for most of my life.

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  25. very interesting if the plot is new.

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  26. They give the chills and the thrills.

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  27. I like how creepy stories make you feel all goosebumpy and on the edge of your seat.

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  28. I enjoy being a little scared and grossed out!

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  29. I think that a little creep is good for your heart hhhhh

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  30. What I like best is reading at night then going to sleep and having the story carrying over into my dreams. Scary story, scary dreams!

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  31. I like to be scared, but still know that it's not real.

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  32. Tha darkside of people or life I guess.

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  33. I like the thriller aspect of them

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