Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Book winners and a new Contest for Dead Girls Are Easy by Terri Garey!!!

Okay, here are the winners:

Cathie M/Caffey wins the Ronda Thompon book

NascarandBeans aka Jolene wins the Lisa Plumley book

Readingissomuchfun aka LindaH wins the Susan Grant book

Congratulations winners!!!! Please email me at pattifischer@yahoo.com with your info....within 48 hours of course!

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The next book to be given away is going to be run over the weekend and is....
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To enter, post away here on this post. Tell us some spooky stories or anything interesting that happened to you on Halloween! I will post the winner Sunday evening!

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13 comments:

Jennifer Y. said...

Congrats winners!

I don't really have any spooky stories or anything. And Halloween has always been boring for me as well. We never get trick-or-treaters and it wasn't until I was in college that I actually got to hand out candy to kids. They had trick-or-treating in the dorms for the professor's kids and other kids in the area. It was so much fun...the kids would go from door to door to get candy. I think one year we had 5 or 6 Harry Potters show up...and one was a girl.

Jodi said...

Congrats ladies!

acdaisy95 said...

Congrats to the winners! I don't have any spooky stories.

ReadingIsSoMuchFun said...

Woohoo! Thanks so much Patti F. I look forward to reading Susan's book. Congratulations to Cathie M & Jolene as well Happy Reading. I will be back later to share some halloween stories :) Ooo another book that is on my wish list. Darn Patti you just keep spoiling us with these wonderful prizes :) Good Luck everyone.

Hugssss
LindaH

Sue A. said...

Congrats to the winners Cathie M, Jolene and readingissomuchfun!

I don't have any Halloween stories either.

Lil said...

Congrats Cathie, Nascar and Readingis!

ReadingIsSoMuchFun said...

Patti please don't enter me for this giveaway. I want to give others a chance to win :)

Thank You everyone for the congrad's


Hugssss
LindaH

Enchanted by Books said...

Dead Girls Are Easy is on my wishlist! I really wanted this one too! Ok here's my spooky story..

When I was about 10 years old, there was an abandoned house two houses away from my best friend's house. Whenever we would play outside we were scared of the house because we beleived it was haunted.

I remember walking up to the door and ringing the doorbell once. I swear to this day, I heard a woman whispering in the house. At the doorstop was a newspaper and it was very old, at least 2 years old. It was so weird that it was sitting there so long.

We would climb the fence and snoop around in the backyard. We'd find all these weird abandoned things like a baby's shoe, a ball, magazine, etc. The grass was so high that we were always scared there might be rats hidden in it.

Well about 5 years ago, I read online that someone had been murdered in that house a long time ago. I was shocked to find out that our gut feelings were right and that house was haunted.

I still pass by it and it is still abandoned. There's a For Sale sign that's been on the lawn for as long as I can remember.

Noone has ever bought that house and I beleive it's because of the ghosts that still reside in it. Everytime we would walk near the house, we would get this feeling like something was pushing us away.

I don't know the whole story of what happened there, but whoever was murdered is still haunting the place to this day.

Lisa Plumley said...

Congratulations to all the winners!

Jolene, I'm putting your book in the mail to you today. I hope you like the story. :)

Lis said...

Congrats to the winners :)

Trying to think of a good spooky story. There's one that happened to my grandparents about 60 years ago in Germany. It was the middle of the day and they were out walking along the side of the country road and in the distance they could see a woman approaching with a kerchief over her head and her head bowed. They thought that was kind of strange since it was such a nice day out. They keep walking and they pass each other as they're going over the bridge. My grandpa says hello and the woman looks up, but she has no face. There's nothing under the kercheif. They're pretty shaken and keep walking across the bridge where come to another couple up ahead walking, who stopped to ask my grandparents if they saw the woman. They turned back to see her nowhere in sight. There was nowhere for her to hide because it was an open area. I think my grandpa even went down the bank by the bridge to see if she'd gone down there.
That story always gives me goosebumps!

Caffey said...

Thanks so much. Gosh, I miss Ronda alot so this means so much to me. Thanks Patti and all.

Anonymous said...

wtg ladies again

Pam P said...

Congrats, ladies.

Haven't ever been spooked myself, but my sister's kids go Trick or Treating around the neighborhood with all the yards and houses decorated. One guy makes the whole yard like a cemetary, and the younger ones get a little spooked but have fun. He has the glowing hand coming out of the box, the lighted dangling skeletion hanging from a tree, bodies half uncovered in the graves, all sorts of stuff, inside, too. Must take him awhile to set it all up, lol.