October 15, 2014

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop (Open WW)


Welcome to the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop (October 15th - 31st)

It's the season to, well, not be jolly, obviously, but certainly made for staying inside and indulging in some terrifyingly good books. In case you've run out of spine-tingling reading material, fear not *haha* because, one lucky (and hopefully not easily scared) person can win this set of books by the master of horror himself.

The Shining and Doctor Sleep (Stephen King)
Please note: This giveaway is open worldwide, but only for countries TBD offers free shipping to - please check here.


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86 comments:

  1. The scariest movie I've ever seen is probably 'The Darkness'. I was scared of the dark for months after watching it!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  2. It is the season of stormy nights and scary books. The King is always one of my favorite author's to read at this time.

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  3. i think it's better i pass this time as you know i'm a real chicken^^
    but thank you for teh giveaway

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  4. Well for me to judge a movie to say what was the scariest, one that had me on my toes was The Shining. That movie was so scary to me as a child. My mom was a movie buff and a novel head so I guess I picked both hobbies up from her.

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  5. the scariest move i've watched is a nightmare in elm street

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  6. i think the best thriller movie ive seen was Hide and Sick with Robert DeNiro and Dakota Fanning, what a great movie :D

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  7. The scariest movies i've seen it's Let Me In and Oculus.

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  8. the walking dead tv series...the zombies are scary but i keep watching it..
    thx u for the chance :)

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  9. One of the scariest movies I have ever seen is Hostel.

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  10. Scariest movie has to be IT. I hate clowns D: D:

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  11. The scariest books - It by Stephen King and Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist.
    Movie - The Shining
    Thanks for a giveaway! :)

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  12. Hostel is scary! Paranormal Activity was also freaky! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. I would say the scariest movie I've ever seen was one of the Saw movies. The scariest books I read are mystery books.

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  14. The scariest (recent) book I read was The Fall by Bethany Griffin. Some scenes really gave me chills!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  15. The scariest book I read was Don't Breath a Word by Jennifer McMahon.

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  16. I haven't read a real horror in a while, but World War Z really freaked me out. :P

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  17. I read the Pet Sematary and WWZ - they are my scariest books. Well my scariest movie was the Thir13en Ghosts. Old but wow... I cant sleep after this movie :D

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  18. The scariest movie I've ever seen was one of the Saw movies.

    Danielle Papsis
    dpapsis2@gmail.com

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  19. The Saw movies so totally creep me out.

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  20. MISERY by Stephen King was the scariest.

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  21. The scariest book I've ever read was And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. It just terrified me.

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  22. The Exorcist will always be the scariest movie...I don't really find books to be scary - I've read most of Stephen King's stuff, and Joe Hill, etc. But never get spooked by books, don't know why?

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  23. Scariest movie I've seen was based on Christine by Stephen King.

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  24. The scariest movie I've ever seen is the Paranormal Activity!

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  25. The Ring is the scariest movie.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  26. The scariest movie I've ever seen is probably Rose Red. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. The scariest movie I've seen is Deliver us from evil.
    Thanks so much for the giveaway! :]
    Marijana Sitar

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  28. I haven't read enough horror books, unfortunately! I need to fix it.

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  29. First Paranormal Activity scared the hell out of me.

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  30. The movie called The Astronaut. I couldn't sleep for days after watching it as a kid. I wouldn't dare to watch it ever again.
    My rafflecopter name is Arien

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  31. Scariest book? Carrie. I'm not kidding. It always makes me scare XD
    Scariest movie? Paranormal Activity. I never watch it from the first scene until the end XD

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  32. The scariest movie I have seen is It.

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  33. I'm not good with scary movies, but one I saw was I Know What You Did Last Summer

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  34. I read the book Amityville Horror, I wish I never had.

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  35. Stephen King's Cell was pretty creepy. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  36. The Amityville Horror terrified me when I was a teenager (the glowing red eyes!!)

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  37. The first Paranormal Activity movie scared the heck out of me.

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  38. The Conjuring is really scary and really good.

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  39. It by Stephen King is definitely one of the scariest

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  40. the scariest movies THE EXORCIST and IT, book...the shining....
    thanks!!!

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  41. Mary DeBorde
    Absolutely the Shining!! I was so creeped out that I've yet to watch it again lol :)

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  42. I was freaked out watching Prometheus!! >_<

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  43. I think the first Saw movie would be the scariest movie I've ever seen.

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  44. The scariest movie i've seen is the paranormal activity (sorry couldn't recall the part no.)

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  45. I can't remember the scariest movie I have ever seen, it was something that was based off a true story and there were several murders, but for the life of me I can't remember the name!

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  46. The Call creeped me out. I have recurring nightmares about being kidnapped, and that movie with the kidnapping and escapes just freaked me out.

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  47. I loved The Ring, it really freaked me out. + my friend called on my home phone every night for a week and said "seven days"

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  48. I think Lockdown by Alexander Gordon Smith was the scariest book I've tried.

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  49. The scariest movie i ever saw was "They"

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  50. I think Misery by Stephen King is the scariest book! He is awesome

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  51. Stephen King's The Shining was the scariest movie. The book I was able to read but in the movie those twin girls was so scary!!!

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  52. I think the scariest movie I ever watched was Sinister and I don't really read many scary books. Thank you for the giveaway, enjoy your day. :)

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    1. Have you read Dreams and Shadows, a book by the creator of this Sinister movie? :3 I translated it into Portuguese (I am a professional translator) and it is kinda creepy, if not that scary heheh It's very good xD

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  53. The Shining was the scariest movies I've seen!

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  54. Thanks for the opportunity I haven't read either!

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  55. Scariest book: A short story book called The Inhuman Condition by Clive Barker. And I am not easily scared... Spookiest movies: Ju-on and Ringu (Japanese) and Angústia(Spanish movie):S

    Thanks so much for the giveaway and the chance to win xD

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  56. Also, I watched The Shining miniseries and the movie... and the miniseries is even scarier imo :3 (as well as approved by S.K. :3)

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  57. The scariest book I've ever read was "Season of Passage" by Christopher Pike :) I read it when I was a kid, so I'm sure it wouldn't be scary now, but it was freaky back then :D

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  58. The first time I saw The Silence of the Lambs it scared the heck out of me.

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  59. It by Stephen King.

    Happy Halloween and thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  60. The Exorcist scared me back then and it still does.
    Tara Woods

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  61. The scariest movie I've watched was probably The Exorcism of Emily Rose. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  62. Misery was pretty freaky. The Hannibal movies were downright sickening as well.

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  63. The Conjuring was the scariest movie I've watched!

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  64. Bag of Bones-the book. I gotta say, Stephen King Rocks!

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  65. I'm huge scardy cat and the scariest movie I've watched was signs. I kept jumping out of my chair.

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  66. The scariest book I ever read was The Shining.

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  67. I absolutely hate House of 1000 Corpses.

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  68. I absolutely love The Shining. -T

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  69. I think the scariest movie I've ever seen is 28 Weeks Later! Ahh!

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  70. Brilliant prize! The scariest short story I've ever read was The Moving Finger by Stephen King.

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  71. IT by stephen king both movie and book

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  72. Easiest question ever. The Ring was the scariest movie I've seen, and I've not watched a scary movie since.

    Thank you so much for the giveaway! I've actually never read a Stephen King book, so fingers crossed. :-)

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  73. Fault in our stars was not a scary book, but the movie scared me a lot. I never realized how dangerous cancer was. I could not sleep for almost three days thinking about cancer. It was really not a pleasant week for me.

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  74. The scariest movie I've ever seen was The Conjuring.
    Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  75. It by Stephen King is both the scariest book and the scariest movie!

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  76. Anything by Stephen King.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Happy Halloween!

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  77. Hands down the scariest book i have ever read was IT by Stephen King

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  78. The Shining was the scariest movies I've seen!

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  79. One movie that still scares me is Christine by Stephen King, and everytime I pass a red convertible I remember that book.

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  80. The Exorcist was pretty rough. Thanks for the chance!

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  81. The scariest book I've ever read is NOS4A2 by Joe Hill. Why? It still bothers me when the winter holiday season rolls around.

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