Wednesday, October 14, 2015

October 2015 New Release Giveaway!


Welcome to the October New Release Giveaway Hop! The October New Release Giveaway hop is sponsored by Librarian Lavender and It Starts At Midnight.


This month, I'm giving a prize pack of October books!




Separate giveaway - WIN ILLUMINAE! Click the link below (or the book's cover):




The Giveaway:

Win a prize pack of October books! PLEASE SEE THE GIVEAWAYS PAGE AND/OR THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS LISTED IN THE RAFFLECOPTER BEFORE ENTERING!

Open INTERNATIONALLY! Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway





72 comments:

  1. This is a very an alluring giveaway collection. I think you had me at Illuminae. πŸ˜ƒ

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  2. Halloween is pretty much alien in this part of the world, no kidding.

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  3. Usually a marathon of horror movies: Saw, Final Destination etc. This year is Tim Burton films :)

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  4. I usually watch something spooky on the tv to celebrate Halloween! And I carve pumpkins of course! ;)

    Carolina M on rafflecopter

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  5. I used to decorate my house but this year I decorated my unit at work and had our residents help it was so much fun. I think it might be a new tradition for me.

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  6. I'm the same here, though I do like to watch a lot of horror films during this month. :)

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  7. No real Halloween traditions aside from decorating.

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  8. We don't celebrate Halloween in my country... :(
    Marijana Sitar

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  9. In France we don't do Halloween in all the cities so just decorated my home for the kids.

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  10. We set up at the flea market on weekends. So, the weekend before Halloween (unless Halloween falls ON a weekend), I dress-up and hand out candy to the kids passing by.

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  11. When my daughter was of age to trick-or-treat, she would give me all her Baby Ruth bars, because that's one of my faves, and we would always tag in for Halloween Town on Disney Channel

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  12. Watching horror movies and eating waaaaay to much candies with a bunch of friends.
    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  13. i love eating teh candy and decorating the club for the special tchullu event at halloween

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  14. Take the kids trunk or treat at local fire department held by a local church they have hot dogs and chips with tea or lemonade. Its fun and all safe.

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  15. I usually go trick-or-treating with my little sis, but since she's growing up so quickly, I don't know if she will want to go this year. Other than that, I eat candy... Lots and LOTS of candy! :)

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  16. We don't really celebrate it in Europe so I just stay home and watch horror movies :)

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  17. Since my girls have grown up they usually come over and help me pass out candy and watch scary movies. Last year we did a puzzle too because it was rainy and we didn't have many come.

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  18. Thanks for the giveaway! The only thing I normally do is watch scary movies, eat junk, and of course watch hocus-pocus. :)

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  19. I loooove Halloween! Every year I go to a haunted corn maze, watch the 31 days of Halloween on TV and make a fun costume :)

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  20. In terms of decorations, we string a web across our porch and put a Barbie in the middle wrapped up in a web with a spider sitting on the edge XD

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  21. We love Halloween! It's also my birthday so, of course, we do a birthday celebration, plus trick or treating for our daughter, tons of horror movies, pumpkin carving, pumpkin patches, we do as much as we can!

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  22. We don't do anything special. We go out to dinner and have lots of candy ^^

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  23. Thank you for the giveaway! The only tradition I have is feeding my little brother lots of chocolate and sweets!
    Rafflecopter name: Megan S.

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  24. My halloween traditions: watch a scary movie, give candy to trick or treaters, dress up, go to a halloween party, drink apple cider, eat candy corn!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    -Rosie
    @rkgutmann
    literaryhedonist.com

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  25. Though Halloween isn't really celebrated in Finland, I do like to catch up a spooky film and have to candy while watching it :)

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  26. In Halloween i usually like to maraton scary movies :)
    Thanks for the giveaway :D

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  27. I don't really do much on Halloween, except eat candy and try to watch a festive movie...usually Hocus Pocus.

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  28. I decorate, we treat the tricksters, visit our friends for spooky boo and eat lots of candy.
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  29. I decorate, we carve pumpkins and watch scary movies!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  30. I'll probably watch Hocus Pocus! haha I love that movie!!

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  31. We decorate the house and give out candy to all the kids who come to the door. I also like to read scary books leading up to Halloween!

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  32. There is an annual party that the proceeds go to charity at a local winery that is possibly haunted, I've gone to the party the last two or three years, and am planning to go again this year!

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  33. Binge watch all the scary movies on netflix LOL

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  34. no traditions either...not a big fan of halloween

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  35. Not a whole of traditions for me outside of wearing an awesome costume and eating as much candy as possible. :p A party never hurts, too. ^.^

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  36. No traditions here yet. I'm not sure if I will ever have one.

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  37. Not really, I'm in Mexico so what we have is Dia de Muertos.

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  38. Staying home, and then wait for my little cousins to get back, and then I take them for an extra round around the apartments. It's a good haul, since not that many kids come by.

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  39. just hanging out with friends, this year I have a son, so I guess its a good time for some traditions

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  40. I don't really have any traditions!

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  41. I don't really have any however I used to have when I was younger bobbing fir apples with family and watching fireworks.

    Megan @ reading away the days

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  42. Well, no REAL tradition, but I do try to watch a "spooky" movie (aka The Nightmare Before Christmas or Hocus Pocus, haha). That and find a scary book to lighten the mood.

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  43. Well, no REAL tradition, but I do try to watch a "spooky" movie (aka The Nightmare Before Christmas or Hocus Pocus, haha). That and find a scary book to lighten the mood.

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  44. No Halloween traditions now that my babies are grown. Not even giving out candy because we don't live in an area with too many young kids.

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  45. I love staying in and watching Halloween candy and watching Halloween movies!

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  46. I usually stay in and watch scary movies. This year I will probably be studying though

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  47. I don't do much for Halloween either. Just pass out some candy, watch some scary movies and eat some of that candy! lol

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  48. I have my friends over to watch scary movies and talk. After we usually take a walk in the dark. ;)

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  49. No, just trick or treating with my munchkins

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  50. I eat tons of candy as I give it out to trick or treaters. Does that count?

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  51. We don't celebrate Halloween here in El Salvador :( but I eat tons of candy :D Although, I do that all the time

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  52. This is the first time I'll be celebrating Halloween (I moved to the UK) and so far there is a lot of candies around :)

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  53. My family gets together on a Sunday around Halloween & we eat delicious foods & do a "fishpond" where we get gifts fished from the closet over a coupon. I'm not exactly sure how it got started, but my Grandma used to do it and now my Mom does. :)

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  54. I love love Halloween. The best is when my friends and I do group costumes, haha I also love corny Halloween movies (but not the scary ones).

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  55. We don't celebrate Halloween in my country, but this year me and my friends are watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show :)

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  56. Gorgeous post Alyssa. <3 Just wanted to say that you are awesome for giving these books away :D I'm not entering, but yeah. You are the best. <3

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  57. I used to dress up in really elaborate costumes that I did myself but now I have been dressing up my little brother! :) He loves being complimented by everyone when he goes trick or treating.
    Here Ill post pics of my last get up and his:
    --https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=941188655960160&set=pb.100002071045560.-2207520000.1445122089.&type=3&theater
    --https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=941188625960163&set=pcb.941188679293491&type=3&theater
    --https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=941188582626834&set=pcb.941188679293491&type=3&theater
    Sorry for the shameless whoring :(

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  58. We have many Halloween traditions, and not just because Halloween is my favorite holiday. Since it is my favorite holiday, my husband and I were married on Halloween. Not only do we dress up and take our kids trick-or-treating, but we also celebrate our marriage.

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  59. No particular Halloween traditions, maybe some trick-or-treating though!

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  60. Up until 6th grade, my school would organize a trick-or-treating party where parents decorated their cars and everyone went trick or treating in the parking lot... Pretty cool if you ask me :).

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  61. I love the costumes. Love being someone or something different. I many times go as a fortune teller.

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  62. I pass out candy and watch Hocus Pocus every Halloween. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  63. I'm a teacher, so I'll do something fun for my students, but personally I don't really do much for the holiday.

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  64. Handing out candy on Halloween as well as I try to make it to a "haunted" attraction at least once with some friends.

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  65. in my country, we don't celebrate it at all so naturally neither do i. ^^
    sounds fun, though

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  66. We live in the country, so no kids come around. I always hit up the stores after for the half off candy.

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  67. Just watching some scary movies with whoever is around x)

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  68. We usually don't do anything. Maybe a party or two at a local bar so everybody can dress up, but it's nothing big.
    (Ileana A.-rafflecopter)

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  69. Nothing much, really. I think I might wear a costume for the night with my sister.

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  70. Some people tried to make Halloween happen in my place since... I don't know, not long ago, so it isn't really in our customs. Or does trying to make seem there's noone at home that night is a kind of tradition ?

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  71. Since moving to Germany I don't do a lot. I do always watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show and It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown

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