Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop




Welcome to our stop on the Spooktacular tour.

While we're often full of tricks and tomfoolery, today we've got a sweet and spooky treat for one lucky ghoul.
We're offering up our own fangtastic bag filled with the spine chilling, Spirited: 13 Haunting Tales, featuring stories by authors Maria V. Snyder and Shannon Delaney and more, PLUS a hodgepodge of Halloween inspired goodies.


Here's the deal:
You don't have to sell your soul, dance naked on a grave, or whisper  Bloody Mary (3 times in circle). And while we think seeing you howl at the full moon would make us cackle with glee- we're also afraid it might sound a bit like nails on a chalk board. *shutter* Nope you don't have to do anything sinister or scary. It's even easier than bobbing for apples.


Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below....


Soooo....







Grab your rabbit's foot or other talisman and enter below. GOOD LUCK and Happy Halloween!
***Disclaimer: TSK TSK What to Read and it's owners cannot be held responsible for decaying teeth- or any other body parts, incurred as a result of consuming any of the items found within the contents of the aforementioned "goodie bag". 


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61 comments:

  1. Mine would have to be "Aren't You Glad You Didn't Turn on the Light?"

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  2. I always loved watching tales of the crypt when I was little :]

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  3. tale sfrom the crypt yes, and the cthullu legends

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  4. I am a huge horror movie fan, and I'm not talking slashers. But when I was younger, my great grandma would sit with us and tell us ghost stories.
    My favorite? "La Llorona"

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  5. Vampires, ghosts, werewolves *_*

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  6. I like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.

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  7. If slenderman counts then it`s totally him/her/it/whatever. Can`t imagine something more terrifying!

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  8. Ooooohhh...some great answers so far...
    I also love the Legend of Sleepy Hollow as well.. :D

    Thanks for everyone's participation so far!!
    TSK TSK What to Read

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  9. I think I have to go with Aren't You Glad You Didn't Turn on the Light?

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  10. Sleepy Hollow. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. bloody mary and candy man!! thanks for the spooky giveaway

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  12. Resurrection Mary (girl hitches a ride, turns out to have been a ghost). It's interesting to see all the regional variations!

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  13. I love Sleepy Hollow.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  14. Gotta say The Candy man, that scared the hell outta me when I was a kid lol

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  15. The Legend of Sleepy Hallow.
    r.d1@myfairpoint.net

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  16. Bloody Mary.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. The Legend of Sleepy Hallow...
    Thank you for the giveaway! :)

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  18. Thanks for the giveaway!! Super excited.
    Sleepy Hallow!!
    kp_kazamei(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. The Legend of Sleepy Hallow:) Thanks!

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  20. The Legend of Sleepy Hallow!

    -Jen Haile

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  21. I also love The Legend of Sleepy Hallow!

    Thank you for the great giveaway :)

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  22. The Great Pumpkin! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  23. The Legend of Sleepy Hallow! ;)

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  24. I always liked the legend of sleepy hallow.

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  25. I agree with Bloody Mary, still creeps me out going into a dark bathroom and I'm in my 30s!

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  26. Bloody Mary and Candyman still freak me out!

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  27. For me, the most terrifying is The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs. He keeps calling asking if she's checked the children yet, and the call is traced to the house! The call is being made from someone INSIDE THE HOUSE!! How freaky would that be?! There was also a movie or two based on this legend.

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  28. Sooo many great stories! Many of them still freak me out like Candy Man!!!! OMG! My faves as a kid were: Sleepy Hollow, The Golden Arm and Resurrection Mary- though I think we called it something else. Even though I get freaked out fairly easily these days I still love a good fright night tale- the more based in legend or myth-the better. A favorite pastime with friends- freaking each other out during horror movies. It's a 30 year tradition. Pass the Milk Duds! And don't forget to lock the door! Thanks for all the awesome comments and for playing along.
    GOOD LUCK, EVERYONE!!! ~Shelley

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  29. I'm tossed between Ghosts being real and Headless horsemen...
    I don't believe either.

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  30. Bloody Mary always scared me when I was little. I used to refuse to pass in front of a mirror after dark.
    Happy Halloween!

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  31. Bloody Mary!!!!
    "Mary Worth, Mary Worth..."
    XD

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  32. As a kid, we chanted Bloody Mary and scared ourselves to death at slum parties. We loved that!

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  33. Hmm, the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, I think. It's family tradition to read it aloud on Halloween every year.

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  34. Pumpkinhead!

    Nikki @ Books Most Wanted

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  35. I like the story called The Hook...if told just right in the right atmosphere it can scare the beejeesus out of you.

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  36. Any thing to do with witches...The idea that Halloween is their special night!

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  37. sleepy hallow always gives me the shivers!

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  38. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow... definitely.

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  39. Sleepy Hollow - The Headless horseman

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