Thursday, September 22, 2011

Blog Hop - Win Witch Child

Welcome to the September blog hop. I'm already gearing up for October with a spooky book you can win called 'Witch Child'.

"Hidden until now in the pages of her secret diary, fourteen year old Mary's story begins as she flees the English with hunts to settle in an American colony. But how long can Mary hide her true nature from the Puritans? How long can she keep running?"

Would you like to win this book? If you would, there are two things you need to do:

1: Become a follower of my blog.

2. Leave me a comment and tell me why you like spooky stories.

Done. Wasn't that easy. The contest ends Saturday September 24th at midnight and I will contact the winner asap. Please leave your e-mail address with your comment so that I can find you.

This is a blog hop. There are so many other prizes to win and blogs to see, so get hoppin'.
September Blog Hop Participants

1. Tristi Pinkston, LDS Author
2. Joyce DiPastena
3. I Am A Reader, Not A Writer
4. Mandi Slack
5. Michael D. Young
6. Six Mixed Reviews
7. Pam Williams
8. Laurie Lewis
9. Kristy Tate
10. Marilyn Yarbrough
11. Stacy Coles
12. Kristie Ballard
13. Lynn Parsons
14. Pushing Past the Pounds
15. Sheila Staley
16. cindy Hogan
17. Jamie Thompson
18. Jaclyn Weist
19. Cathy Witbeck
20. Secret Sisters Mysteries
21. Tamera Westhoff
22. Tina Scott
23. Lynnea Mortensen
24. Danyelle Ferguson aka Queen of the Clan
25. Jeanette A. Fratto
26. Bonnie Harris
27. Melissa Lemon
28. Mary Ann Dennis
29. Stephanie Black
30. Jane Still
31. Janice
32. Laura Bastian
33. Tamara Bordon
34. Betsy Love
35. Maria Hoagland
36. Amber Robertson
37. Debbie Davis
39. Christy Monson
40. Carolyn Frank
41. Rebecca Birkin
42. Melissa Cunningham
43. Emily L. Moir
44. Ronda Hinrichsen
45. Lisa Asanuma
46. Joan Sowards
47. Jordan McCollum
48. Diane Stringam Tolley


Leigh Ann said...

I love spooky stories just because of that certain feeling you get when you read them. I can't really describe the feeling, but I love it! And it makes a great bonding experience!
GFC follower: Leigh Ann

Cheri Chesley said...

Spooky stories are awesome and entertaining, as long as I read them with the lights on :) I'm a follower!

Inspired Kathy said...

Thanks for the chance to win. bkhabel-at--gmail-dot-com

Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen said...

I'm a follower and I'd love to win this book because it looks both "deliciously" spooky and informational/interesting.

Betsy Love said...

I'm now your follower! I'd love to win your book. I love to read and am always looking for something to either add to the growing stack next to my bed, or download on my Kindle.
I'd love for you to follow me back!
My email:
love2write58 at yahoo dot com

Stephanie Black said...

I'm a follower, and a good spooky story sounds like just the thing with Halloween coming up!

Bonnie said...

Sounds like a fun book, especially in October. :) I'm following.

Christy Monson said...

The book looks Great! I'd love it!

OUR CLAN said...

I love to read! I would love to learn how to do ukrainian easter eggs too!

Marilyn Yarbrough said...

A witchie story just in time for Halloween. I love it. I'm a new follower.

Jasmyn said...

Spooky stories are perfect for all and winter. They are the best things to curl up with when it's cold and windy outside.


Jaclynweist said...

I'm now a follower and I'm excited to be one! I have a children's book I want to get published so this will be great to follow.

Stacy Coles said...

New follower. Great give-away. Add me to the drawing. I'd love the chance to win. I'm #11 on the Blog Hop. Stop by and say Hi. :)

Jamie Brook Thompson said...

I love a good fright! I might have to get the book even if I don't win. You have a fun blog to follow!

Lissette Martinez said...

I love those stories. They bring me back memories back then, when I was a child, me and my family we used to sit down at our yard at midnight telling stories, it was scary. And now, I love them because I have an adrenaline rush when I hear them, and in my mind a lot of them are true. LOL
GFC: Liss125
Lissette_125 at hotmail dot com

Debbie Davis said...

I am already a follower but I love love spooky stories the ones that keep you up at night with the lights on and under the covers! THey are so much fun! I would lvoe this to read this book!
Debbie =0)

Laura B said...

I'm totally in the mood to get ready for Halloween with that cool looking book. Hope I win. lardobastianatgmaildotcom

Kristy Wilson said...

I love spooky stories, I am odd I like to take them camping with me and read them up in the mountains at night just before bed.. I know weird:)
I am also a new follower.

Kballard said...

I'm a new follower, and I need more books. My husband promised to build me a new bookself once my current one is filled. PLEASE HELP! I'm excited to get to know you better as a follower.

Dinda_SI said...

I like spooky story because it's make me excited. SOmetimes, it would make me scare, but I love it. I'm a follower.


Primarymary said...

I am a follower.
I love scary stories, I have always loved things that go bump in the night. Don't know why.

Judy said...

GFC follower-judy

Love these stories. I have not seen this book, but it does look like a great read.


Maria Hoagland said...

Already a follower, but the book looks like something my daughter would love to read!

Melissa J. Cunningham said...

I have always LOVED scary stories. They make my eyes water! LOL mcunn@comcastdotnet

Michele said...

Love scarey stories especially this time of the year with Halloween approaching!!

GFC Michele Luker

jmluker at winco dot net

Laura H. said...

Thanks for the giveaway and for participating in this blog hop! I LOVE stories about the mid-1600s' witch hunts! I just finished "The Witch's Daughter" and am ready to delve into this world again! I'm a new follower via GFC (MamaHendo3).


Lolawid said...

New follower. I love spooky stories cuz they get my blood pumping!! :o) Thanks!

widsfam7 @ digis dot net

Anonymous said...

I'm a follower via Google Reader. :)

I love spooky stories because I like the little thrill of it—I don't really like being scared, but in a book I can always shut the cover and walk away for a bit if I get too spooked! :)

mamabunny13 said...

I follow your blog via gfc - mamabunny13
I like spooky stories because you never know where they may lead you! bwahhahahaha!

mamabunny13 at gmail dot com

IdentitySeeker said...

Thanks for the giveaway:) I'm a GFC follower: Identity Seeker

I love spooky stories for their unexpected outcomes and for the creep factor. They're especially nice to read on cold days cuddled under blankets with a mug of cocoa.


Lisa said...

That sounds like a great book! I need something a little spooky to read for Halloween.

lhoffpauir at gmail

Çråz¥ K¥ said...

i like them cuz they keep u on ur toes :)

Cindy M Hogan author of Watched said...

Looks like a great book. I'm always looking for a good one.

Sheila said...

I am already a follower and I would love to win the book!!

marybelle said...

Spooky stories are a great excuse for hug. I love the legends behind the spooky stories. Thank you for the giveway.

GFC: Mary Preston


BookStacksOnDeck said...

Wow, that cover looks amazing! I love spooky stories because while reading I can just totally put myself in the situation and ask myself what I would do.
gfc: bookstacksondeck

Mary said...

I love spooky, scary, horrifying stories. In fact I live for them! Thank for the giveaway!

mary_reiss @

Canda said...

I'd love to read it. Thanks for the contest.

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