Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Horror for Halloween Giveaway

I think I'm pretty well stocked up on horror for the TBR this month. I've just ordered a couple of UK titles: Neil Spring's debut, The Ghost Hunters, and Alison Littlewood's second release, Path of Needles (not sure if this one is horror or just a thriller, we'll see). I've got some e stuff as well, Open Road Media's new rerelease of Thomas Tryon's Lady and Gary McMahon's Nightsiders. John Ajvide Lindqvist's Let the Old Dreams Die is at the top of my review list as we speak along with teen zombie books Undead and Unfed by Kirsty McKay and I'm currently wrapping up reading Jamie McGuire's Red Hill. So yeah, I'm covered for a while :)

I've got some stuff to give away, though, if you're feigning for some good horror this season and need to bump up your own TBR. I'll do these as three separate giveaways but you can most certainly enter all three if you like.

First up is the newly released paperback of Joe Hill's NOS4A2 (you can read my review here).

And I've got two paperbacks from John Ajvide Lindqvist up for grabs as well, Harbor and Little Star.

To enter, just fill out the rafflecopters below before Monday, October 28. US only please. Note - if you're entering more than one of the giveaways and opt for the comment option, you only need to leave one comment on this post :)

Good luck!

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Anonymous said...

Oh I love a good horror book! I've been so busy lately, I barely have time to hunt for new ones! Thanks for this fun giveaway!

traveler said...

thanks for this great giveaway. I am reading The Abbey by Chris Culver. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Tabitha (Pabkins) said...

Hey Becky! You haven't claimed your blog on bloglovin yet? It seems to be the popular way to follow now because GFC while it still exists no longer does anything for bloggers because it doesn't feed into a RSS reader of any sort so essentially it is a pointless widget to have. I found your blog - you should claim it!


Joseph Hawkshaw said...

Wheel Wolf Victoria Valentine

Anne said...

Nothing definitely Halloween themed or in the horror genre. I finished Murder by the Seaside this morning so I'm between books. I have Dexter's Final Cut (I guess some might call that horrorish) in my TBR pile

KAS said...

I have been dying to read a good thriller or horror novel, and more than anything in those genres I'm most eager--just dying, if you will--to read a Jo Nesbo book. I think I'm likely to become a fan. Right now, I'm reading some memoirs and miscellaneous fiction. The best thing I read this month was The Lumineers<, which is a must-read masterpiece, IMHO. Thanks for giving away books; it's a wonderful, wonderful thing you do for folks like me who love to read and write about books but are pretty broke!

bn100 said...

nothing special