Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop


Welcome Hoppers! 
If we haven't met, I write paranormal romances about otherworldly men…all of them bad-to-the bone guys who will protect their women to the ends of the earth. They can be superheroes, although most must be dragged kicking and screaming into a save-the-world role. Give him some preternatural powers, and now he’s all that, plus he’s an alpha take-charge kind of guy. Swoon.



Looking for some a great Halloween paranormal romance reads at the right price?  Entangled's Covet line of PNRs are all on sale for 99c through October 18: 
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Tell me if you've you found a great paranormal recently? 





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THANKS FOR STOPPING BY. HAPPY HALLOWEEN.

32 comments:

  1. The best movie to watch on Halloween is The Haunting (from 1963, accept no substitutes).

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  2. I recommend the Vampire academy by R. Mead! :)

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  3. Hocus Pocus is my all time favorite Halloween movie!!! It's a classic!

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  4. Favorite Halloween movie is hocus pocus, I've watch every year since I was a kid. :)

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  5. Favorite paranormal is the Twilight series :)

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  6. Thanks for the giveaway! Anything by Patricia Briggs is a great paranormal read. :)

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  7. I love Darynda Jones' Charley Davidson series.

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  8. The Halloween Movies are always good.

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  9. You can never go wrong with The Nightmare Before Christmas (which, fun fact, to the creators 3 years to make!). Thanks for the giveaway! Fingers crossed...

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  10. I love Stephen King's movies: The Shining, Pet Sematary, It.

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  11. I haven't read any paranormal books lately, but the movie that scared me the most was The Exorcist. I started watching it, but I couldn't finish it. Even to this day I haven't tried to finish it.

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  12. I've been reading Miss Peregrine's series but it's not romance. Halloween movie... Poltergeist is one of the classics. For a little less scary.. Hocus Pocus :)

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  13. I haven't read anything paranormal but I like the classic scary movies like Halloween.

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  14. Jaguar at the Portal by Aimee Easterling and I absolutely love Hocus Pocus and Hallweentown movies they are a must see for me around Halloween!

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  15. Highly recommend the Mercedes Thompson series that starts with Moon Called, by Patricia Briggs.

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  16. Any Stephen King movie is great for Halloween, Pet Semetary is one of my favorites.

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  17. Siren's Call (Rainshadow series) by Jayne Castle
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  18. Any of Michelle Fox's romances are great. Thanks.

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  19. Jaxson by Alisa Woods was the last paranormal romance that I read.

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  20. I'm watching The Halloween Tree! Not very scary, but hey -- I'm trying to watch something 'bout Halloween. :)

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  21. I have been reading Kristen Painter's series, Nocturne Falls, and she has a new book that just came out at the beginning of the month called The Professor Woos The Witch. It's set in an amazing town that celebrates Halloween 365 days a year and is populated with real supernaturals. It's a really good read.
    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance.
    diannp (at)neo (dot)rr (dot)com

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  22. I love The Lost Boys or Practical Magic.

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  23. I enjoy reading Stephen King, John Saul and V.C. Andrews, yeah !

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  24. I recommend Rosemarys Baby, I love that movie!

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  25. I recently read Lisa Kessler's new book, Harvest Moon, and it was quite good. I've found that she is very consistent in her writing and her paranormal tales never fail to please.

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  26. I'm so out of the loop on paranormal reads since I had a baby a year ago. Love Kresley Coke when I had the time to read though.

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  27. My favorite scary movie is still The Shining! I did notice Richard's comment with The Haunting from 1963...I will have to check that out!

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  28. i like the Halloween movies,Friday the 13th movies and the Nightmare on Elm Street movies

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  29. If you haven't ready it, Nalini Singh's Psy-Changling series is great!

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