Spooktacular #Giveaway Hop #win $10 for a Spooky Read!


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 This hop starts at 9 am Pacific on October 15 and ends on October 31.



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  1. I haven’t read spooky or horror books in awhile. But Misery and the Shining are 2 of the spookiest I’ve read.

  2. Dean Koontz’ Whispers. I read it when I was only 12 and had nightmares for weeks afterwards! Great book though!

  3. Normally I’d say any Stephen King book is the scariest book I’ve read, but this year I read The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich and was really blown away by it! 🙂

  4. I found Invisible Monsters very creepy, even though it’s not a spooky book per se.
    Thank you so much for the giveaway!

  5. I don’t deliberately read spooky books, but I have read some that scared me – I recently read Nora Roberts new book ‘Year One’ – that scared me.

  6. I’ve read a lot of spooky books so this was a tough one. I decided to go with House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. Reading it is the literary equivalent of climbing Mount Everest. There is a lot going on. It starts out very slowly (you have to be patient) and then you will be entranced. There’s a sense of dread lingering always…leaking through the pages. There’s nothing more fearful than the unknown and the book is full of unknown, unexplained horrors. It’s weird layout and endless footnotes make it one of the most atmospheric horror books out there. The book is a maze, a frightening enigma…a dark door to a dreadful world.

  7. Hi, Mary! Thanks so much for the giveaway, and for hosting this AWESOME hop every year!!!!! YAAAAAY!!!!!

    To answer your question, the spookiest book I ever read was “The Exorcist”, and I am VERY sorry I read it, as I had nightmares for weeks afterward!! So now I steer completely away from the horror genre. I MUCH prefer to read lighthearted, funny, PNF/UF books, like those by Lynsay Sands and Kerrlyn Sparks. No more horror for me!! Lol.

    Thanks again! Hope you have a safe and happy Halloween!! <3 <3 🙂 🙂

  8. Because I can always think of more than one book, and to give a different answer than in YA, The Red Tree by Caitlin Kiernan. Her book The Drowning Girl gave me more unsettled dreams, but The Red Tree is spookier. *shivers*

  9. I don’t usually read spooky books so the closest I can come to the theme is Cell by Stephen King and The Stand, also by Stephen King.

  10. Mystery & suspense books? Love them! Truly spooky books, the ones that keep you up at night…I completely avoid them!

  11. I think Misery and It by Stephen King are two of my most favorite scary books I read. They are so much better then the movies. 🙂

  12. i read a lot of books one that i recall reading is it by steven king a long with his other books he did yes i love haunted books

  13. I read “IT” when I was younger and it terrified me. I watched the original movie and it was scary but the book was terrifying.

  14. One of the spookiest books I’ve ever read is definitely Night Shift by Stephen King.

    Thanks for the chance to win!!

  15. I don’t really read spooky books, but I really want to read Stephen King, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet lol

  16. There are a couple of truly spooky books I have read-The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, and Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.

  17. I don’t like horror books, so I’ve only read a few…the scariest surely is Let Me In by J.A.Lindqvist. It’s the story of a lonely and bullied young boy how befriend with a mysterious and strange little girl, who comes out only during night time

  18. I don’t really read spooky books. Maybe Anna Dressed in Blood or The Lottery. That kinda freaked me out but not because it was spooky.. just that it could happen.

  19. Scary books just don’t interest me but I suppose And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie could be considered a bit spooky.

  20. Red Dragon by Thomas Harris
    (I put the above in the Rafflecopter instead of listing the comment name there – sorry!)