Monday, 8 October 2012

Nights of Fright Introduction & Timeline + Giveaway to the Book Depo!

Hello Followers & Readers!  
Thank you for taking the time to read the introduction to the Nights of Fright which will kick off tomorrow! Celebrating Halloween has to be one of the greatest things ever. For most of us, almost every book we read in YA & in a ton of adult, has some kind of paranormal aspect to it. To me, reading paranormal is an escape from my everyday mundane life and to feed my love for all things out of the ordinary and creative! I adore all the paranormalcy I see throughout october, so my blog browsing will definitely be at its peak! 

I have some amazing posts for you guys ALL month! They'll all be paranormal related and spook-tastic-- so get in your dose of creepy fun before Halloween is done & past!

SO. Without further ado... 

What better way to start of a month of fun posts than with a giveaway?

The Giveaway of the Month:

Enter the RaffleCopter below for a chance to win a Paranormal book of YOUR choice from the Book Depo up to $15! (International, as long as Depo will ship to you!)
Winner will be announced on Halloween :) Good luck all!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

The Best of Paranormal:
Oct. 9 Bloody & Bloodier
Oct. 10 The Magic Side
Oct.11 Dystopian Future
Oct. 12 The Miscellaneous ones

The Paranormals 
Oct. 13 Best Paranormal Scene
Oct. 14: Paranormal Book Boyfriend *Guest Post*
Oct. 15 Kick-ass Paranormal Female

Blood-Suckers Extraordinaire :
Oct. 16 My Top Blood-Suckers
Oct. 17 * Guest Post * Best Vampires
Oct. 18 Best Vampire Books


Oct.19 Best Paranormal World *Guest Post*
Oct. 20 Best race of otherworldy creatures

Oct. 21 Most Magical Book
Oct. 22 Characters with the greatest Supernatural Powers *Guest Post*
Oct. 23 Best Witch & Warlock 

Under your bed:
Oct. 24 Scariest Childhood Tale *Guest Post*

Flesh Eaters:
Oct. 25 Best Zombie Books & Characters
Oct. 26 Best Zombie Scenes

Ghosts n' Ghouls
Oct. 27 Dead Lovers
Oct. 28 Scariest Ghost Books

Night-Time Crime:
Oct. 29 Best Mafia Couple & World Building
Oct. 30 Best Crime Scenes

Scariest Books, Movies & Characters, Review of the scariest book I've read all month + End of the Book Depo Giveaway!

I'm super excited to get this all going, I hope everyone enjoys reading the posts as much as I'll enjoy writing them!

For each post I'll have a InLinkz button for everyone to link to the posts on their blogs that correspond with the topic! You can grab the event button and create your own Night of Fright post for your favorite topics, or link to a review that falls under each category! Lets have fun with this and see what spook-tacular books all the other bloggers have been reading :)

First post will start Tomorrow, EEP so excited! :D


  1. My favorite or well the most spine chilling I've read anyway was Amityville Horror. That book terrified me! Thanks for the giveaway Rola! I am really looking forward to this feature on your blog - I love Halloween and you have a lot of great posts scheduled :D

  2. It's not one of my faves but the cover gives me the willies. And even when it is sitting on my shelf I have to turn it around. It's Bad Girls Don't Die. Shiver

  3. Well, I don't really like scary stuff, so the books that scared me might sound really silly, but here goes . . . Jane Eyre - seriously freaky at parts, Dracula - no explanation needed, and som Sherlock Holmes stories . . . they can be pretty darn scary! :)

  4. Wow look at you all miss organized! That's awesome - can't wait to read more this month!

  5. Scary books and movies are not my type *shudders* I was hiding under the covers after reading Lockdown at night :P

  6. I don't really read scary books but The Darkest Powers series by Kelley Armstrong was pretty scary.

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