Trick or Treat! No don’t worry, no tricks, it’s all treats here with the 5th Annual Attack of the 14 Nights of Halloween Giveaway! Now I’m the first to confess that I’m as jumpy as a kangaroo and any unexpected noises have me leaping in the air. But when it comes to Halloween, the scares are all part of the fun, right?! Today there is an international giveaway and I’m sharing 3 books that gave me all the delicious creeps!
It’s that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, the air is getting cooler and the nights are getting spookier. Yes, it’s time for tricks and treats, goblins and ghouls, chills and thrills and huge amounts of sugary sweets. But at the Laughing Vixen Lounge blog it’s also time for the 5th annual Attack of the 14 Nights of Halloween Giveaway.
Join Laughing Vixen Lounge and our bewitching co-hosts The Kids Did It, The Mommy Island, Herding Cats and Burning Soup, The Hopping Bloggers, Mama Smith’s Reviews and Women and Their Pretties for a spooktacular Halloween event.
Visit the Laughing Vixen Lounge blog daily during the giveaway for the Halloween Movie Marathon. Test your movie knowledge with the Guess the Movie Game. Then try to solve the Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt, if you dare! Each event will get you daily entries in the giveaway plus a special giveaway for the Scavenger Hunt. Find full details for these events HERE.
You can start by entering the Rafflecopter widget below. To experience all the games, movies, shop features, giveaway info and all around awesome fun make sure to stop by the Laughing VixenLounge blog HERE.
The giveaway runs October 18th – November 1st and is open worldwide to
anyone 18+. 1 winner will win the Prize Pack and 1 winner will win the
Scavenger Hunt Prize Pack. Laughing Vixen Lounge is responsible for all
giveaway details. Click HERE for full details.
Spooky Book Recommendation:
I prefer books that give me ghostly feels rather than horror books so that’s what I’m sharing here today.
- In The Woods by Tana French just because I always plug her books no matter what kind of a list I’m writing. There is a chilling edge to this book that preyed on my mind long after I put it down.
- The Orphan Choir by Sophie Hannah is a creepy ghost story that spooked me and sent shivers up and down my scaredy-cat spine! Perfect for tipping your toe in to the horror/ghost story genre pool.
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Because who doesn’t love a good gothic classic tale full of lost loves and haunting characters.