The Coffin Hop Horror Web Tour (October 24-31, 2012) is your chance to win great horror fiction and fun Halloween prizes! This year over a hundred horror writers have signed up for this, and it was a lot of fun last year, so I’ve been looking forward to doing it again.
(Technically, I’m a day late for this party. Sorry! Yesterday was crazy-busy. The cool kids know you never show up to a party the minute it starts, anyway.)
All you need to do is go to coffinhop.wordpress.com and you will find links to participating sites. Every one of them will be running a contest — visit as many of them as you like, hell, visit all of them, see what they’ve got on offer. You weren’t getting anything done at work today, anyway.
As for me, I’m giving away a print copy of one of my books! If you win, you can just visit that page, let me know which one you want, and I’ll have a copy shipped to you.
All you need to do to enter is subscribe to my newsletter — you can use the form at the top of this page — and then leave a comment on this post. That’s it! Also, you could try sacrificing a live goat. I’m not promising that it will help your chances, but it couldn’t hurt.
I’m not going to be spamming the hell out of you or anything — I only send out my newsletter once a month at most, and you’ll like it, I promise. The sneakier among you are thinking, hey, what’s to keep me from unsubscribing as soon as the contest is over? Well, nothing, if you wanna be like that. I see how you are.
What if you’re already a subscriber? Hey, I don’t mean to leave you out. No, of course you’re still special to me. Come on, baby, I wasn’t even looking at all those other potential subscribers, don’t be like that. Anyway, just drop a comment here and you’re good to go.
If you’re here because of the Coffin Hop, and this is your first time here at BLOODLETTERS — welcome! I know you’ve got a lot of other blogs to visit, but you should take a moment to check things out here. A few posts of mine that I especially think you might like include “You Hereby Are Granted Permission”, “Horror, Real Life, and Happy Endings: The Shootings in Seattle”, and “Growing up Haunted”. Thanks!previous post: Seattle Halloween Horror Reading, This Friday, October 19th! | next post: Horror Movies, And The Childhood I Secretly Wanted