Tuesday, October 4, 2016

OCTOBER GIVEAWAY 4/31



We have a winner!
Congratulations, Lorraine Nelson.  THE LOST BOYS is great! You've won a paperback copy of ABRAHAM LINCOLN VAMPIRE HUNTER by Seth Grahame-Smith!
A spooky prize every day this month to celebrate the upcoming TRANSMUNDANE PRESS release, AFTER THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER.  Featuring authors from all over the world, this anthology explores what happens to fairy tale characters after their roles in the stories everyone knows and loves.  Cinderella, Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and Jill, Bluebeard—they're all here, sorting out their lives after the credits roll. 
Future posts will include excerpts from the stories, author interviews, and other insider information.
We're launching a kickstarter on October 15th to help pay our contributors a little extra, beef up our marketing, and donate to one of our favorite charities, Scares that Care.  This campaign will feature the official cover release, exclusive stories, more giveaways, and other fun surprises.
Back to our giveaway.
We're celebrating October by giving away horror books, DVDs, blu-rays, and other terrifying goodies everyday this month.  Subscribe to this blog so you never miss a prize, or just check in daily to see what it is we're giving away.
All you have to do is LIKE my author page, LIKE the giveaway post, and COMMENT depending on what the daily post prompts.  Want more ways to win? Simply follow suit on the TRANSMUNDANE PRESS and ALISHA COSTANZO's author page or subscribe for more chances.
We'll post winners daily on all of our social media, and prizes ship out at the end of each week.

DAY 2 PRIZE:

ANANSI BOYS by Neil Gaiman (paperback).


"Mr. Nancy" — an incarnation of the West African trickster god Anansi — dies, leaving two sons, who in turn discover each other. The novel follows their adventures as they explore their common heritage.

We love Neil Gaiman.  His stories blend myths, folklore, and damned solid storytelling, everything Transmundane Press is about. For this contest, we want to know what your favorite myth or folktale is.  Answer in my blog comments or the contest posts on facebook. 
Enter to win!

Good luck, cats.  Erotic frightmares!

1 comment:

  1. Hmmm! My favorite folktale would have to be 'Rumplestilskin', simply because he was foiled in the end by his own pompousness and greed!😁

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