Creepy Freebies “Of the Night” Giveaway

CreepyFreebies - badgeFor the month of October, as part of Milo James Fowler’s Creepy Freebies, I’m holding another giveaway for a signed copy of my book, “Of the Night,” and more…

All you have to do is comment on a favorite horror/thriller book and a brief explanation why it scared you/why it is one of your favorites.

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Each entry will be put into a drawing, and two winners will be announced on Thursday, October 31st.  Not only do you get a chance to win a signed copy of my horror collection, “Of the Night,” but maybe, just maybe I’ll throw in some bonus material from some of the greats of horror!

Happy Scare Days.

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5 thoughts on “Creepy Freebies “Of the Night” Giveaway

  1. The Harbour, by John Ajvide Lindqvist.
    While many people thought this book was too long and dragged out in some places (I agree that some of it could have been cut out), I found some parts of it to be very creepy, in fact there were two scenes I still can’t shake, when two ghosts come back from the dead to get revenge. Some of the scariest writing ever.

    LIndqvist’s other novels, Let The Right One In, and Handling the Undead are other great reads for thriller/horror lovers. Lindqvist is one of the masters at suspense and make the perfect creepy reads for Halloween.

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  2. Hi, Erin! *waves* It’s been far too long. Hope things are well with you.
    I’m firmly on record as saying “The Exorcist” is the only film that stays with me for days after the viewing. The only book that has managed to elicit that sort of response from me has been Jay Anson’s “The Amityville Horror.” Whether fact or fiction – a discussion for another time perhaps – I dare anyone to read it alone in the middle of the night. You’ll notice every sound and even ones that aren’t there!
    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. I’d love to be included!
    Take care.

    -Jimmy

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  3. I enjoyed reading THE SHINING — much better than the movie. Reading Jack’s POV as he unravels was enough to make me question my own sanity. Well done, Mr. King.

    I keep meaning to read the novel, but I enjoyed both film versions of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN.

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    1. I think you’re in good company with the book “Shining” being better than the movie. It will always be a favorite. I haven’t seen the movie, “Let the Right One In,” but I heard it was pretty good. Thanks for your suggestions.

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