Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop - October 15-31 - win books!


Hi, I'm excited to be involved in the SPOOKTACULAR Giveaway Hop, hosted by I am a Reader, Not a Writer (www.iamareader.com). The hop is running from October 15-21, and there are so many blogs involved that you could gather an awesome armful of books!


 I'm giving away paperback copies of my fantasy novel The Sea Inside to 2 winners, 
and an ebook copy of Kiwi and the Living Nightmare to 10 runners-up :) 
Fellow author Greta Burroughs is giving away ebook copies of Gerald and the Wee People and  
House on Bo-Kay Lane to 2 winners. Good luck!

Winners' Prizes

The Sea Inside (paperback) by Vickie Johnstone
Book 1 in the Cerulean Songs series


"A young woman is struggling to adjust to life after a spinal cord injury when she is given a gift by a mysterious older woman. Rather than merely help Jayne adjust to her new reality, this gifts offers the potential of a completely alternate existence. Jayne finds her true love only to be dealt another cruel blow by fate. In her journey to get back her new life she must face the biggest hurdles any of us can – our own fears and doubts.  
The Sea Inside is a young adult fantasy adventure that, like the Kiwi series, takes the reader on a visit to a fantastic realm." (Review, Amazon) 
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Gerald and the Wee People (ebook) by Greta Burroughs
Book 1 in the Wee People series

 
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 “A charming fantasy story, difficult to put down, and the pages and action quickly fly by.”
(Review, Amazon)

Gerald and his best friend, Vernon, literally fall into a new world when responding to a plea for help. A few years earlier, the boys discovered an unusual clearing in the woods where only Gerald had the ability to watch the daily activities taking place in a miniature village. When creatures attack it, Gerald becomes concerned about the little inhabitants he has become attached to. Inside the village, the boys face many dangers in trying to help the villagers fight the misshapen ones and fulfil a prophecy. An action-packed fantasy adventure that will keep you spellbound until the last page.


House on Bo-Kay Lane (ebook) by Greta Burroughs 
Book 2 in the Wee People series

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“Entertaining, imaginative, well written and lots of fun.” (Review, Amazon) 

 Gerald and Vernon believe their time with the wee people came to an end after they returned to their home world, but they have second thoughts when strange things start to happen at an abandoned house in their neighbourhood. When ghostly images of familiar faces from the wee people village are seen in the windows and echoes of voices from the past haunt the boys’ dreams, an undeniable curiosity draws them to investigate the mysterious haunted house. A special mirror and the telepathic skills of their former friends inevitably draw them back into the world of the wee people. 

Runners-up Prize
Kiwi and the Living Nightmare (ebook)
Book 3 in the Kiwi Series

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"Living Nightmare has just the right amount of scary bits along with humour to make it a very enjoyable read for kids of all ages." (Review, Amazon) 

 Amy, James and Kiwi embark on their spookiest adventure yet – on Halloween. What begins with an eerie dream about a three-legged cat will take the budding detectives on a quest to find an old house in the middle of the woods, meeting some perky squirrels along the way. Little do they know that there awaits an angry, restless ghost that will do anything to stop them leaving. Meanwhile, Inspector Furrball and Siam discover the human world, and that Ames and Jimster are not what they seem. 

For a chance to win, just do the Rafflecopter. Good luck! 
Click on the links below the Rafflecopter to hop to the other blogs offering fantastic prizes :)

26 comments:

  1. Spiders & mummies *shudders* =) Unless they´re in the kiddie version LOL
    Thanks for the giveaway & Happy Wednesday!
    //Linda

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  2. Gargoyles are my worst nightmare.

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  3. Definitely ghosts . You can't defend yourself against them .

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  4. Zombies give me the willies with their rotting flesh...YUCK!

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  5. The ones like Michael Myers that have no face so to speak. Or that Slenderman guy.

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  6. Freddie, those blade make me cring.

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  7. I don´t like ghosts at all. Can´t say why, just that they really scares me.

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  8. Clowns, my uncle has had me scared of them since I was little.

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  9. I have always had a fear of the Boogy Man... Even though I am constantly telling people there is no such thing. (LOL) It's funny how things stick with you!

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  10. Anything that looks demonic bothers me.

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  11. Zombies because you can't really kill them and they still look like the person you knew.

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  12. Ghosts, indeed. Because you never know when they're here.

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  13. Vampires and ghost because they seem so real

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  14. Hmmm...there are so many creatures that can be made spooky if done properly. I do not like clowns and ghosts can be truly horrifying.

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  15. Zombies are creepy!

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  16. Ghosts, zombies and spiders really creep me out !

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  17. nothing really creeps me out i havent found a goblin or supernaturla creature yet that freaks me out

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  18. When I was young my uncle use to scare us all the time, so now nothing really creeps me out!
    Nicole Ortiz
    nicky0909@sbcglobal.net

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  19. Real people scare me. Good example is last Friday at a haunted house, a crazy man was caught eating a 17 yr old. The kid died and that's why real people scare me. The thrill seekers realized that wasn't part of the attraction.

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  20. I'm honestly not really scared of anything supernatural

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