Last year I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Amador Lockdown by Coral Russell and it’s a one of those reads that’s perfect for Halloween. It reminds me a lot of Ghost Hunters. You can check out the review here.
It’s October! It’s my favorite season of the year! I know, I know it starts in September but October is when things kick into high gear.
When I was a teenager and too old to go trick or treatin’ I stayed home and had fun passing out candy (still do) and worked to scare myself by reading horror books and watching scary movies. I haven’t grown up yet. My family has a big collection of Halloween decorations to the point where it’s a bit too much work to put everything up each year.
I go on a horror movie binge and share quotes. I have my favorites that I watch every year and new ones people suggest. I’ve expanded to foreign movies to get my fix (A Tale of Two Sisters, [REC], Ju-on, Hood of Horror). And don’t kid yourself, they’re some of the scariest. I still pick a couple of horror books to read or start reading as well. This year I have Kingdom and Dark is the Day, Dead is the Night. Think you can scare me? Please suggest your favorite horror movie in the comments.
Are you a horror junkie during October? Well, I’m here to add to your fix. Fictitious Musings was gracious enough to let me do a giveaway of four eBooks. Two of Amador Lockdown and two of Playing with Fire in whatever format you prefer. I hope they scare you, just a little! o.~
“You always save the best lies for yourself.” – Amador Lockdown
Something has moved into the Amador Hotel. Hector, Marcos, Bev, and Tony of the Paranormal Posse are called in to either debunk the haunting or get rid of whatever is causing the problems. With the surprise arrival of Hector’s son, he tries to keep his professional and personal lives separate, but whatever is haunting the Amador Hotel has other plans.
These seven authors’ imaginations are fired up by the scariness of the unknown.
Find a comfy spot, sit back and enjoy nine tales to tickle your taste for terror.
Up for grabs — 2 eBooks of Amador Lockdown & 2 eBooks of Playing With Fire
As Coral said there will be 4 lucky winners in this hauntingly awesome giveaway.
Leave a comment telling Coral what your favorite scary movie is.
Don’t forget to leave your email addy or Twitter handle in case you get lucky.
International – Ends 10/31/12 @ midnight.
About the Author
Coral Russell runs the blog, Alchemy of Scrawl where she reviews Indie books/authors. “By the end of 2013, I will have read close to 300 Indie titles. I can vouch that the quality and diversity of Indie authors is worth investing in.”
The Indie Exchange with co-founder Donna Brown (http://indieexchange.com) is a group of authors, readers, and book bloggers who post reviews, articles, and giveaways. Listen in Fridays to our radio show at http://blogtalkradio.com/alchemyofscrawl
Ms. Russell won the 2003 McCaleb Peace Initiative which produced the non-fiction articles Peace on the Peninsula. All profit from the sale of that eBook go to rebuilding Joplin, MO.
Titles available: Amador Lockdown, Playing with Fire, Peace on the Peninsula, The DIY Guide to Social Media Marketing and eBook Publishing, and Twelve Worlds (profit goes to Reading is Fundamental).
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