Win Andy McDougal and the Crypt of the Chimera by Kevin Richardson!

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When Andy begins reading the new thriller Crypt of the Chimera, he is drawn into a nightmare far worse than the books he reads for thrills. Locals from his grandparents’ farm community are vanishing, and Andy suspects it's the creature from the book. Its up to him to learn if his suspicions are true before it’s too late.


The author of Andy McDougal and the Crypt of the Chimera, Kevin Richardson has offered to giveaway e-book copies of his book to 20 lucky readers of The Bookaholics! The winners will ALSO get book 2, Beast from the Bestiary when it comes out, Halloween time frame.

Answer one of the questions below in the comments AND fill up this FORM.

  1. Tell me a “spooky” reason why you should win the book.
  2. What scared you in the dark as a kid?
  3. Were you ever somewhere you felt was haunted? Where was that?


This contest is open internationally. Please get permission from your parents to enter if you are under 13 years old. The author will be responsible of sending the e-books to winners. You may only enter ONCE.

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13 creative remarks:

ngzwei said...

answer to question 3:

i always think that the toilet at anywhere is very spooky....like it was haunted and i was scared to have to go toilet-in my own house-at midnight.....parents said i'm paranoid. Gah!! i think i am....

Marie said...

answer to question 2:

Noises in the dark scared me as a kid.

Anonymous said...

I was purely afraid of the dark. Watching Chucky as a child proved to be nightmarish.

eggyc(at)hotmail(dot)com

Birgit said...

#2 - I wasn't that easily scared as a kid, though once I thought some boogeyman wanted to come through my windowb but it turned out it was just the reflection of a handprint one of my friends had left on the glass when we were playing in my room that day.

LunaMoth said...

#2
i only really feard (and still do) fireworks, but i hated and shivered whenever it would thunder, i couldnt even eat when they were going on.

fredamans said...

When I was a kid I was terrified of the dark, due to watching Dracula with Bela Lugosi. The scene when he knocks on her window and she wakes to let him in.... eek!

Julie S said...

Strange noises always freaked me out as a kid. I used to blame them on the cat to calm myself down.

MarthaE said...

What a generous giveaway!
#2 Let's see- I'm trying to remember what scared me as a kid. Guess I was a pretty brave tomboy and running around in the woods and streams by myself during the day was okay but I wouldn't do that in the dark.
Thanks for the chance to win.
mesreadsATgmail.com

Anonymous said...

For question#3 the answer would be at a friend of my Mother's house. Her house was so creepy I hated going there for a visit. She used to have all these kinds of statue ornaments all over the house, large paintings etc. and they seemed as though they were people staring at you with the eyes moving like in the movies. Even my Mother's friend was very aggressive that I was never comfortable around her.

Margaret(goodreads)

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FreedomBird said...

Answer to #3
I always feel scared wherever or whenever i go. Because after watching ghost movies. I tend to imagine there are ghost around me. Sitting beside me. sometimes i even imagine the ghost touches me

A.J. said...

Answer #3
One time I ended up in a shed by an old house. I didn't dare to walk back to the main house, because I was sure something was waiting out there for me, if I did. The shed felt secure. So I waited until it got brighter outside. It really freaked me out, because I didn't ever find out, if there really was something in the dark.

Vidisha said...

Strange noise...and Tree's scared me in the dark