MGR Anniversary Giveaway: Spooktacular Giveaway Hop

5th-anniversary-bannerIt’s October and our anniversary month!

It’s also that time of the year for all things scary, witchy and candy.  Happy Halloween time! If you are like me and love dressing up then Halloween is kinda like a big deal.

This anniversary giveaway will be in conjunction with the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop hosted by Bookhounds.  So let’s Halloween ya’ll!

spooktacular-2016This Halloween giveaway is going to be a bit different.

To enter, you must leave a comment below with the title of the scariest book you ever read.  The prize will be a book from the list of books in the comment section.  Get it.  With about 20 books (hopefully) listed you will have plenty to pick from.

And don’t forget to check out the other giveaways going on right now.

MGR Anniversary Giveaway: Romance Book Pack (Ends 10/26)

MGR Anniversary Giveaway: Fair to Hope by Sam Reed (Ends 10/26)

MGR Anniversary Giveaway with Fractal by Rachel Mannino (Ends 10/19)

MGR Anniversary Giveaway: The Torch by Suzanne Henderson, Ph.D. (Ends 10/26)

MGR Anniversary Giveaway:  Running Away to Home (Ends 10/26)

MGR Anniversary Giveaway: Mirror Mirror by Tami Lund (Ends 11/1)

MGR Anniversary Giveaway: Ferret by C.C. Wyatt (Ends 10/26)

MGR Anniversary Giveaway: The Donor by Brother Dash (Ends 10/26)

~ The Prize ~

A book from the list below. (Valued at $10.00)

a Rafflecopter giveaway

~ The Rules ~

Must be a US resident and must fill out the rafflecopter form. Ends 10/31

Hop to the other blogs listed below for other Halloween Bookish stuff.




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  • Latonya

    I haven’t read this book however it is on my tbr list. In The Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware

  • KV

    It by Stephen King is the scariest book I’ve ever read.

  • Tiffany D.

    The Boo Hag by David Morgan. It wasn’t exactly scary, but it certainly gave me the chills and made me sleep with my lights on for a few days. Ok, I guess it was pretty scary lol. Thank you!

  • theresano

    The scariest to me was Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot.

  • BookAttict

    It by Stephen King.

  • Alison King

    The scariest I’ve read was Needful Things by Stephen King. It was really creepy, but so good.

  • Jana Leah

    Stephen King’s Pet Cemetery. Thanks for the chance!

  • Michele L

    In a Dark Place by Ray Garton was the scariest I’ve read. “Haunting in Connecticut” was based on this book.

  • HoneyB22

    I love Thrillers and Horror books and 2 of the best I’ve read so far this month are The Fireman by Joe Hill and Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay!

  • Judy Cox

    I would say The Shining by Stephen King. That was really scary, especiallyy the twin girls!!

  • meredithfl

    Reading the book Cujo was much scarier than the movie!

  • Sara Theissen

    Definitely Desperation by Stephen King!

  • ANN*H

    Im not a real scary horror kind of book reader – I get nightmare so my scariest one would be Frankenstein.

  • EdyeNicolesMakeup

    “Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children” was a good spooky book.

  • Tia

    I really loved The Ice Twins by S.K. Tremayne

  • pennyo

    The Ice Twins by Tremayne creeped me out bigtime.

  • IT by Stephen King was terrifying. I still hate clowns!

  • Amber Terry

    I would say most of the stories from the collection “Night Shift” by Stephen King.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Anne

    Misery by King even though there was no supernatural element.

  • Julia Damatto

    Cujo by Stephen King!

  • Kym Amaral

    It by Steven King

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  • Megan Kyser

    I once read a book of stories by Stephen King… couldn’t sleep for days!

  • And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie!

  • Origin by Jessica Khoury. Not traditionally scary, but haunting.

  • Lorri K

    Edgar Huntly by Charles Broken Brown. It is an early American novel about a man who is grappling with reality in the New American Frontier. It is filled with images of America as it was and the real struggle is with the one you can never escape, yourself. The main character sleep walks throughout the narrative and is never really sure what he has done during his nocturnal ramblings.

  • Jeanna Schirm Massman

    I loved The Shining by Stephen King.

  • BookLady

    The Shining by Stephen King

  • bn100

    The Shining by Stephen King

  • Daniel M

    christine by stephen king, just imagine driving and the car does what it wants

  • Krystal Larson

    Cujo by Stephen King was pretty terrifying