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Sunday, February 18, 2018

10k Twitter Followers Giveaway from Anniek


This week I reached the magic nummber of 10K followers on Twitter, so I'd like to take a minute to say Thank You to all of you.

I can't express what it means to me that so many people follow me and With Love for Books. Not a day goes by that I don't feel blessed and loved and that's because of you!

If you've been following me for a while now it shouldn't come as a suprirse that I'm a big fan of the horror genre. My love for scary stories actually started at the airport. When I was sixteen my mom and I went on a holiday to Spain and the evening before I watched the movie Carrie. I was dead set on getting a book by the master of horror, Stephen King, to read during our holiday, so after we checked in I couldn't get to a bookstore fast enough. While I was looking through the books that were there, Christine caught my eye immediately. I finished this book way before our holiday was over and a new fan was born.

Suze and I work hard to make With Love for Books a positive place for both our readers and the authors we feature. We both have big dreams and we're over the moon every time we reach one of our goals. Spreading the love and passion we feel when we're reading an amazing story is something that puts a smile on our faces every single day. Because of that one very lucky reader of With Love for Books will receive a paperback copy of Christine by Stephen King.

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25 comments:

  1. House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski because there's a sense of dread lingering always...leaking through the pages. There's nothing more fearful than the unknown and the book is full of unknown, unexplained horrors. It's weird layout and endless footnotes make it one of the most atmospheric horror books out there. The book is a maze, a frightening enigma...a dark door to a dreadful world.

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  2. I love all Horror novels. Maybe The Silence of the Lambs, as it's human behaviours and situations that could actually occur, and anything more real than fiction is frightening.

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  3. I have to agree with Claire (above). I read all of Thomas Harris' 'Hannibal' novels over the Christmas break and the work is so scary because we're each only a step away from madness.

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  4. My favourite is the stand by stephen king, as it is such an epic story.

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  5. I love all horror stories. The adrenaline is good.

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  6. I love all the Stephen King books that I've read so far, there's not one I haven't enjoyed. I also wanted to congratulate you on achieving your target of 10K followers on Twitter and on to the next target, what is that 15,000?

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  7. TommyKnockers was a great one.
    jan

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  8. I also love Stephen King stories. I think the Mr. Mercedes trilogy is one of my favorite stories of his. I know it's 3 books but the whole story is fascinating (to me, lol) I also loved, loved Misery, and because of Kathy Bates portrayal in the movies, Delores Claiborne. :)

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  9. My favorite horror story is Leave the children of John Saul, because it surprises you and has one of the best endings I've read. It is also very creepy.

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  10. Stephen King's IT has always been one of the best!

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  11. i like read Stephen king - carry

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  12. faerie tale raymond e feist combines my love of fantasy & horror/thriller

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  13. Everything by Stephen King, especially Christine, Bag of Bones, The Shining, Thinner and The Stand....especially The Stand because I believe it could really happen.

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  14. My favorite scary story is It by Stephen King because it is just plain awesome!!

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  15. I have to say It. It's creepy as heck and I suffer from Coulrophobia. Makes it scary for me even more.

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  16. Stephen King's Pet Sematary. That kid was so creepy.

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  17. I have to confess that I'm attempting to win this book for my daughter as she is a big Stephen King fan. She loves Pet Sematary and I think she would say that is the scariest.

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  18. stephen kings IT. i love the friendship between the kids in the losers club and the clown in terrifying

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  19. I love The Passage by Justin Cronin - the vampires are just so scary & the story is so well written!

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  20. I'd be interested in reading It, because the original TV adaptation scared the bejeezus out of me.

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  21. Michelle Paver's Dark Matter because it builds the tension.

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  22. I think maybe The Shining. Its just so strange and draws you in.

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  23. OK, it's not quite a horror story. But One By One written by Chris Carter is quite scary and definitely gory. If you are talking "horror" Carrie written by Stephen King has to be my favourite. Love horror books as you never know what's going to happen, when it's going to happen and who it's going to happen to.

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  24. Probably my favorite scary story is The Stand by Stephen King.

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