As promised, I’m giving away a couple of scary books for Halloween as part of the All Hallows Read deal, kicked off by my friend (in the online, never met, but I feel like I know him way), Neil Gaiman.
So I asked The Beneficent Mr. Hall to pick THREE names from this year’s puking pumpkin, and he stuck his hand right down in that mush without complaining at all. (Okay, that’s a lie. He 1. claimed that his precious hand wouldn’t fit in the puking pumpkin, 2. wanted to know why he had to stick his hand in the puking pumpkin, anyway, and 3. thought Boogerface McGee 8 should have won. Hence the finger sticking out of the nose.)
Anyway, on to the lucky All Hallows winning readers…
Debra Mayhew won Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Donna (also known as Irishoma) won Bodies of the Dead and Other Great American Ghost Stories.
Lisa Ricard Claro won Anne Rice’s Servant of the Bones.
Those are some pretty scary reads, people. Happy Halloween and…Boo, y’all!
Kudos to all the winners (Lisa, you lucky lady – I'm jealous!) and thanks to Cathy for being so generous. Happy Halloween!
NO WAY! Oooh, I'm so excited! Tell Dave thanks for dealing with the puking pumpkin – he must have the magic touch because I don't usually win stuff. 🙂 I'm happy now.
Congratulations to all the winners. Happy Halloween always happy Cathy.
Pooh! I lost my comment to y'all! Must be those Halloween gremlins at work!(Congrats and boo back!)
Congratulations, Donna, Debra, and Lisa! Enjoy. Cathy, does pumpkin puke make our hands softer? You might have a marketable idea there.
I hear it's an excellent exfoliator, Suzanne–I'll check with the Beneficent Mr. Hall. 😉
Hi Cathy,Thank you for picking my name. I'm so excited and can't wait to read my scary BOOk.I love short stories, especially ghostly ones.Donna
ha ha. I'm not supposed to be reading blog posts, but you suck me with this stuff. I love the puking pumpkin and I think Boog should win something for sticking his hand in there, too.
He won something, Sally. The question is…was it a trick or a treat? 😉