Something Wicked Returns Giveaway Hop

October 1, 2013 Giveaway 28

Something Wicked Returns

The September New Release Giveaway Hop is hosted by [email protected]Rainy Day Ramblings,  [email protected]’s Book Blog, [email protected] Nocturnal Library and [email protected] Guilty Obsession 

Hop runs October 1 – 31, 2013!

Enter using the Rafflecopter below. Then hop along to the next stop from the linky list.

EXTRA 5 ENTRIES POSSIBLE! If you have a book you’d LOVE to win – well then pitch it to me in the comments in a creative way and I’ll add extra entries to the rafflecopter for you. Why you are oozing love for it? – if your comment pleases me well enough extra entries will be added for you and maybe I’ll be nice enough to give you that book instead! Be creative, just saying “because it’s awesome sounding” isn’t going to score you ZILCH! (extra entries added by Pabkins manually). Tell me, tell me, Tell me!!!!

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28 Responses to “Something Wicked Returns Giveaway Hop”

  1. Cali W.

    Thanks for the giveaway! I am a werewolf girl so I love werewolf books like Hemlock, Scarlet, and The Reckoning (a.k.a. The Darkest Powers series by Kelley Armstrong). Wolves are mysterious (They howl at the moon), vicious creatures, and werewolf men are usually wicked hot. 😉

    • Tabitha the Pabkins

      Oh hey! I just finished reading the second Kelley Armstrong trilogy Darkness Rising this past weekend! I love werewolves too! Have you read the Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson series? If you haven’t you will love those! Check them out for sure first book is Moon Called.

      • Cali W.

        Oh yes I have read the Mercy Thompson and Alpha Omega series. I love those too.

    • Tabitha the Pabkins

      Oooo Witches – hot damn yes! Have you read the Kim Harrison series The Hollows / Rachel Morgan – the first book is Dead Witch Walking – it’s one of my favorite UF series. And the lead is a witch!

  2. Michelle Willms

    Anne Bishop’s Murder of Crows, sequel to Written in Red is soon to be released. I would really like this book. Anne Bishop has the ability to create a world that is so believable, the reader is often stunned to look up from her work to realize that she is not inhabiting the world of The Others, but is only in this plain world, filled with normal men and women. In Written in Red, the groundwork was set for the Others to become addicted to a drug created by man. This drug could sweep through the world of the Others, rocking it to its very foundation. The problem is that the drug results in violence so profound that Man may regret his actions. Perhaps the addicted Others’ may have their regressive attacks in areas inhabited by humans and slaughter them en masse. Or is that the plan? The Blood Prophets visions become more frequent (meaning more cutting and a shortened life span, and possible death) as she is inundated with details of death and destruction. What does she see? I want to know. I am sitting on pins and needles worrying that I won’t get this wondrous book. I have Written in Red in glorious hardback, won in a competition (Wands, Fangs, and Fairy Dust gave this one to me) and I would love to have its mate in hardback as well. Please let me know if I’ve made my argument…[email protected]
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    • Tabitha the Pabkins

      I am SERIOUSLY looking forward to Murder of Crows also! I love love LOVED Written in Red – but that doesn’t come out for a few more months yet, not til March 2014 to be exact so you’re a bit early on that one haha. Plus the monetary limit on this giveaway is $10 sorry! and that hardcover is almost $20 – though I do see the kindle edition is $10.99. Very lovely pitch you’ve made tho.

  3. Carla C.

    Hello, hello, girls!
    Well, I’ve been dying to read the Grisha books by Leigh Bardugo, and Shadow&Bone has been on my shopping basket LOTS of times, but in the end I always delete it, what’s wrong with me?? I think it’s because I have this idea that there’s an extremely annoying love triangle in it, I’ve been told it’s not a typical love triangle and that the heroine clearly fancies one of the guys, but I hate those things so much that just the idea that there is one in this book drives me nuts! On the other hand the synopsis REALLY appeals to me and everytime I take it off the basket and checkout other books I regret it. 🙁 SO MUCH DRAMA, WHY CAN’T I JUST GET A COPY OF THIS BOOK ALREADY. *cries forever*

    • Tabitha the Pabkins

      Haha – you are so silly. Personally while I have read Shadow & Bone and enjoyed it – I wasn’t much impressed with it. So I’d say you’re fine waiting til the price drops some or perhaps sometimes those books go on sale right as the next book is about to release. I think this one reads so much like the first one and that is why I wasn’t raving over it. I’m hoping the last one really brings in something new.

  4. Stephanie H.

    I’m one of those weird people who HATES scary movies, but when it comes to books, the scarier the better! There have been very few horror movies I’ve liked, when it comes to Halloween movie traditions, mine consist of Hocus Pocus and Young Frankenstein. On the other side, I have this thing about loving to read a good spooky book while it’s thunderstorming. One book I would love to win is R.L. Stine’s A Midsummer Night’s Scream. I grew up devouring Goosebump books and there is something about this title that has me intriqued. Maybe it’s the chance to read R.L. Stine again, or maybe it’s the play on my favorite Shakespeare play in the title. Either way, I’m just hoping for a good spooky read and a good thunderstorm to enjoy it with!

  5. Denise Loves-Books

    Well I’m not really one for spooky type books unless they have some romance and hot vampires or something but I heard REd Hill by Jamie McGuire has zombies and since I have never read a book with Zombies of any kind in it, I thought maybe I should go outside my comfort zone and read one. I do love the cartoon variety of Zombies like in plants vs. zombies but I’m not sure how I would feel about the kind that attack people. So anyway I think Red Hill would be a great book to read, but maybe it’s not spooky enough. I love all of J.R. Ward’s vampires and The Mortal Instruments, maybe I’m braver than I thought or maybe I’m just a big baby and think I’m brave when really I haven’t even named anything spooky yet.

  6. Amy Ryan

    I don’t really read any books that would be spooky! I’m a complete wimp just saying BOO scares me! lol I love Christine Feehans Ghostwalker series about a mad scientist who takes fellas from the army with any psychic gifts and makes them supersoldiers! He also does the same to young orphaned girls with powers and trains them to be spies,soldiers and assassins their stories are all about how the supersoldiers and women meet and what they’ll do to take him down! Its one of her best series in my opinion, you can never tell whats going to happen next 🙂 My favourite book of the series is Street Game Mack and Jaimie’s book I wish I was part of their team when I’m reading it, its fantastic! Thanks for the giveaway 🙂

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  7. Silvia

    Right now, upon a morning dreary, while I sat here, weak and weary
    drinking coffee by the gallon, tired, grumpy, filled with woe
    It came to me that for some reason unfathomed – and akin to treason! –
    I love the master of dark horror but have no books by E.A. Poe.
    ‘I wish I did’, I muttered, ‘have them, have the works of E.A. Poe –
    Only this, and nothing more.’