Welcome to the annual blog hop, hosted by Author JoLynne Valerie! I'm so excited to be a part of this blog hop again!
So what stands out to me regarding Halloween? Well first, dressing up, cosplay, the fun of spooky decorations is not just one time a year for me. I LOVE dressing up, cosplaying my favorite characters and for Halloween, it gives me reason to go TEN FOLD! I LOVE this time of year! Fall is my favorite season! Living in Florida I do not get to enjoy the changing of the seasons, but I have lived in places like Chicago where the seasons are part of the reason for living there! So beautiful!
Some of my favorite parts of Halloween are anything paranormal! Angels, demons, vampires, werewolves, ghosts, goblins and anything that goes bump in the night! Give me a good gothic romance, suspenseful paranormal story, you have me hooked!
For this blog hop, I would love to give away an ebook copy of Deadly Alchemy. Reply to this post on my blog to enter. This is my historical/steampunk paranormal story about vampires, werewolves, and alchemy. Check out the book trailer! I'll pick a winner using Mister Random!
Next stop is with author Gabrielle Faust!
Enjoy and keep in touch!
It's the Halloween Blog Hop 2014! Thank you JoLynne Valerie for inviting me to take place!
I hope you enjoyed Andrew Brewer's post.
I'd like to kick off this blog hop with a giveaway! Does anyone have ghost stories they would like to share? If so, please comment on this post and share! I'll be sure to share it on facebook with your permission. I'll pick a winner and send that reader a paperback of their choice from my line of books! Is it a real story or not? That is completely up to you!
Now here is MY ghost story!
I think we all have a few ghost stories that we have experienced once or twice in our lifetime. One of which, that happened to me, was a haunting in the home my mother used to own. At night, the nightstand would rattle and sounds would knock. During the day, nothing.
I went to my mother explaining this. Keep in mind, I'm only 20 years of age (omg 20 years ago!). She naturally didn't believe me. "There's no such thing as silly ghosts." Oh yeah? Come sleep in my room!
Sure enough, that night nightstand rattled, noises and sounds erupted in my bedroom and my mom said "she felt something there."
Needless to say, we asked the spirit to leave and it did just that. Neither of us know if it was something real? If it were both our imaginations? Or if something was trying to make contact. It scared the jeepers out of me!
So next question: was this story real or fabricated? I'll let you decide. (insert spooky noises here)
This closes up my edition of the blog hop. Up next is Susan Hanniford-Crowley!
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