Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Something Wicked Strikes Halloween Giveaway Hop!!




Welcome to this stop in 
the Something Wicked Strikes
Halloween Giveaway Hop!!
This awesome blog hop is 
brought to you
by four blogs, no less:



It's that time of year again, 
when spooks and goblins
walk the night, along with vamps, witches, 
and werewolves.....
But wait!  My kind of Halloween
creatures are more on the order of
those that make you laugh, 
or at least, snicker a little as you turn pages.
They're also romantic ones!


So here's my AWESOME, non-scary,
non-gory selection of prizes
you can choose from!!
The Book Depository will deliver!!



Check to see if TBD
delivers to your country by 
clicking HERE

You could win one of these, and 
then get ready to laugh, and be 
swept away by a romantic
paranormal being!!




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18757037-suddenly-sorceress?ac=1




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/8428115-vampire-crush?ac=1




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1773616.My_Big_Fat_Supernatural_Honeymoon?ac=1




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10553093-much-ado-about-vampires?ac=1




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/673946.Circus_of_the_Darned





https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5132931-sucker-for-love




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17726108-funny-tragic-crazy-magic?ac=1




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3629005-fangs-but-no-fangs




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/72544.Wolf_at_the_Door?ac=1




https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2549236.Happy_Hour_at_Casa_Dracula

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway



GOOD LUCK, EVERYONE,
AND......
HAPPY 
HALLOWEEEEEEENNN!!!!



 

42 comments:

  1. I LOVE humorous PNR books. MaryJanice Davidson, Darynda Jones, and Katie MacAlister are my faves, although Angie Fox weaves a funny tale, too! They just seem to make me happier when I read them, although I love the serious books, too.

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    1. Hi, Lori!

      I, too, LOVE such books! Although I've heard of the authors you've mentioned, I have yet to read their novels. I do own "Much Ado About Vampires". That cover......sigh......

      Have you ever read Lynsay Sands and Kerrelyn Sparks? They're very funny, too, especially Kerrelyn.

      I feel just as you do -- I enjoy reading the serious books, as well.

      Thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!!! : )

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  2. i have read a few like demon hunting in dixie by lexi george for exemple and i really loved them.
    i haven't read enough to say if i prefer them or not though ( so ^^ more to read;))

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    1. Hi, Miki!

      Oh, I haven't heard of Lexi George. Gotta check out her books!

      I like to read both funny and dramatic PNR. Sometimes I prefer the funny ones, though. It's all according to my mood!

      Thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!! : )

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  3. I actually never read any pnr books :/ but they sound interesting
    rafflecopter name Karin Shaim

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    1. Hi, Karin!

      Oh, you're in for a REAL treat, especially if you start with a funny PNR novel!!

      Thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!! : )

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  4. I've read almost all of the ones you are offering. Molly Harper also writes a funny PNR series with vampires. I like both funny and non.

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    1. Hi, Anne!

      Even if you've read most of these, I sure hope you don't own them all! Lol. Well, you can select another PNR novel (funny or not) if you like.

      Glad you enjoy reading both funny and non. So do I!!

      Thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!! : )

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  5. Thanks for being a part of Wicked, Maria! I like that your selection is on the lighter, funnier side!

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    1. Hey, Heidi!

      You're very welcome!! I really enjoy participating in this FUN event every year!!

      Speaking of fun, I decided to focus on the lighter side of PNR this year! Glad you like that!!

      Thanks to you and your three co-hosts for organizing this TERRIFIC event!! Thanks as well for participating in my giveaway, and GOOD LUCK!!! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! : )

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  6. i like funny PNR or just PNR as long as they have good stories and happy ending :)
    thx u

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    1. Hi, Nurmawati!

      I completely agree with you!! Thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!! : )

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  7. I enjoy funny PRN novels as much as serious ones. My favorite so far has been How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper.

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    1. Hi, Dovile!

      I agree!! I've heard of this novel you've mentioned; I think I'll add it to my TBR! Thanks for recommending it! Also, thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!! : )

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  8. Funny is always better! I can't think of a paranormal romance with good comedy at the moment. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Hi, Molly!

      I like them both, but at the moment, I'm inclined more towards funny PNR. I think it's a GREAT combination!

      You're very welcome for the giveaway!! Thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!! : )

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  9. I have and the best were by Molly Harper and Lynsay Sands

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    1. Hi, Lisa!

      I'm not familiar with Molly Harper, but I've read one or two Lynsay Sands, and I LOVE her work!!

      Thanks for participating, and GOOD LUCK!! : )

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  10. I have read them and I love them!
    Katie Macalister is one of my favorites!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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    1. Hi, Natasha!

      Oh, I need to get these books myself!! Lol. As a matter of fact, I'm planning to start reading "Much Ado About Vampires" soon!

      You're very welcome for the giveaway! Thanks for participating!! : )

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  11. I have not read any PNR novels but I def am interested in reading them! :D
    Mary G Loki

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    1. Hi, Sayomay!

      You've never read any PNR? Well, there are some GREAT novels out there! And if you start reading funny ones like these, you'll really enjoy them!

      Thanks for participating!! : )

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  12. I have read some funny PNR novels and have enjoyed them. As a general rule, I prefer the more dramatic novels, but I always like there to be some humor in the books.

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    1. Hi, there!

      You know, I really think it depends on my mood. Sometimes I do prefer the more dramatic ones, but then, I LOVE the funny ones when I'm feeling a little crazy! Lol.

      Thanks for participating!! : )

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  13. I have read some funny PNR. I generally enjoy the humor mixed in with the adventure and danger those are the most fun for me. Rose Pressey has some pretty funny stuff and if you enjoy over the top humor Mary Janice Davidson has a good series for that with the reluctant vampire queen Betsy. Thank you for participating in this fun hop.

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    1. Hi, Denise!

      I've heard that Mary Janice Davidson has some very funny PNR books. I'll have to check them out! As for Rose Pressey, I've never heard of her, but I;ll definitely find out more! I like the idea of a reluctant vampire queen! Lol.

      You're very welcome or my participation! Thanks for entering my giveaway!! : )

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  14. No, I do not think I have read any of these novels. They do look very interesting.

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    1. Hi, Judy!

      I've only read "Vampire Crush", which was VERY funny!

      Thanks for participating!! : )

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  15. I do not know what PNR is if it is paranormal then I love them! otherwise I am at a loss! Sorry! :*(

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    1. Hi, Sheila!

      Yes. the letters "PNR" stand for "paranormal romance". I love both funny and dramatic paranormal novels. Hope you do, too!!

      Thanks for participating!! : )

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  16. Hi Maria! It's been a while since I've visited your blog.

    I've read Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones and it's my all-time favorite when it comes to Paranormal Romance. I enjoy reading funny and humorous paranormal novel more than the dramatic ones..

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    1. Hi, Maricris!

      I've heard lots of great things about Darinda Jones, but haven't read her books yet. Gotta do something about that! Lol.

      I like both dramatic and funny PNR novels. It all depends on my mood.

      Thanks so much for participating!! : )

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  17. Oh man...I can't think of any. I have a horrible memory and tend to not remember the titles of the books, even while I'm reading them! Of course, a Kindle helps that along; I don't exactly see the spine of the book whenever I start reading again. I do love humor in my reads. I especially love snarky characters :D Dramatic ones aren't bad either. It all just depends on the individual story. No discrimination here, but if it doesn't hold my interest, it's gone.

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    1. Hi, there!

      I'm with you. It doesn't matter whether the book is funny or dramatic. If it's written well, it will definitely hold my interest. Sometimes I'm in the mood for something dramatic, and sometimes I want to split my sides laughing! It all depends! Lol.

      Thanks for participating!! : )

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  18. I have read any of the more humorous PNR books, but I would love to!

    Thanks for the chance to win :)

    -Amber Terry-

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    1. Hi, Amber!

      You're very welcome for the giveaway!

      Yes, you should try reading funny PNR novels sometime in the future. I'm sure you'll enjoy them!

      Thanks for participating!! : )

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  19. I love all kinds of PNR but if it's funny then it's an added bonus hehe :) Thank you for the giveaway!

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    1. Hi, Kristia!

      I totally agree! You're very welcome for the giveaway! Thanks for participating!! : )

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  20. I like funny PNR, especially if they have a good twist.

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    1. Hi, Katherine! I totally agree! Thanks for entering the giveaway!! : )

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  21. I think the closest I've ever come to funny PNR are Karen Chance's books, which are filled with snark. I don't think it would really matter, though, whether it was dramatic or funny, as long as the story was solid and I could relate to the characters.

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    1. Hi, Toni!

      You have a good point there. It's true -- the most important thing is how well the story is written. And good characterizations are obviously very important!

      Thanks for entering the giveaway!! : )

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