Friday, October 21, 2016

Spooktacular Giveaway Hop


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Spooktacular Giveaway Hop



Enter the Library, where no one knows how the stories end . . . and finding out will be terrifying.

There’s a place beyond this world, beyond the land of the living, where ghosts go to write their unfinished stories—stories that ended too soon. It’s a place for unexplained phenomena: mysteries that have never been solved, spirits that have never been laid to rest. And there’s only one way in or out.

It’s called the Library, and you can get there with a special key. But beware! Don’t start a story you can’t finish. Because in thislibrary, the stories you can’t finish just might finish you.

Marcus O’Mara is a 13 year old guy at a crossroads. He constantly finds himself in trouble at school, with his friends, and with his adoptive parents. Marcus doesn’t believe things can get any worse for him…until they get worse.

Much worse.

He begins seeing strange and impossible visions; gets thrown into paranormal danger and is haunted by a mysterious ghost with a singular goal: to give him a key.

It’s a key that opens the door to a mysterious library. When that door opens, the incredible adventure for Marcus and his friends begins as they learn the truth about Marcus’ past and uncover the strange world of unfinished stories that are found on the shelves of the Library.

You can purchase Curse of the Boggin (The Library #1) at the following Retailers:
  

And now, The Giveaways.
1 Winner will receive a copy of Curse of the Boggin by D.J. MacHale.
Curse of the Boggin will be purchased through Book Depository.

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19 comments:

  1. We don't really celebrate Halloween to the full extent in South Africa, but one year we were in a country where they did and my daughters had so much fun Trick or Treating

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  2. My most memorable Halloween experience was when it snowed and my mom made me wear my winter coat OVER my costume!

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  3. Most memorable Halloween experience: dressing as a pirate!

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  4. I loved when the whole family would go trick or treating. The children loved dressing up and going out getting candy!!!

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  5. I loved trading my candy with my brother and sister after we got home from trick-or-treating. It was really fun.

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  6. First trip to a haunted house. Scared the bejeeezus out of me. But I was hooked!

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  7. Unfortunately, we didn't celebrate hallowen here.

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  8. Trick or treating with my kid sister.

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  9. I really wish I could answer this question, but I can't. I live in Argentina, and we don't celebrate Halloween T_T But I do remember watching spooky movies every 31st ^^ Thank you for the giveaway! I loved the cover of this book, and it sounds really interesting :D

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  10. Trick or treating with my family.

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  11. I just remember the overall vibe of trick-or-treating as a kid. The chilly, spooky night. The fun of all the different costumes. The giant candy score. It was just so much fun.

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  12. The year I was the Queen of Hearts. It was great because it was one of those rare cold nights in Miami, FL. Boy was I glad for my velvet cape. Such fun!

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  13. When I was 11 I had no idea what to do for Halloween and no funds available. A friend just r3eturned from Korea. He brought back a Geisha dress and hair ornament. He insisted on me wearing it that night. His sister fixed my hair and did my makeup. I felt like a true Geisha "Princess"! I will never forget that generosity. I hated the night to end.

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  14. Every year he whole family reads Jack Pretlusky's It's Halloween together. Thanks for the chance.

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  15. It has to be my sons first Halloween when he fell asleep on my husbands shoulders after only 3 houses, he was 8 months old.

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  16. The year we all dressed as hocus pocus characters and decked the front yard out with decorations. I had a huge cauldron filled with dry ice and used it to pass out candy. THe kids were kinda spooked at first,but several stuck around and had fun with us.

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