Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Join the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop!

     Thanks to I Am A Reader, Not A Writer, I'm joining in the fun through the Spooktacular Giveaway Hop again this year. What's in it for me, you ask? Here's the scoop:
a paperback copy of my middle-grade novel, BINGO SUMMER, with a bookmark;
a $10 Amazon gift card; and some surprise Halloween goodies. And please visit the other blogs participating. There are many fantastic prizes out there waiting to be won! Check out the Linky List below my Rafflecopter entry box.
a Rafflecopter giveaway



168 comments:

  1. Between The Spark and The Burn was really creepy.

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  2. Would love to win. I need some more books to read.

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  3. Anna Dressed in Blood (YA) gave me nightmares. Very. Creepy. :)

    Thank you for the giveaway! You can enter my Spooktacular Giveaway at From the Shadows.

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  4. I don’t read many scary books but Downside Ghost by Stacia Kane is the spookiest I've read so far.

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  5. Long Lankin by Lindsey Barraclough. So freaky! I imagined something crawling after me for weeks after reading it. *shivers*

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  6. I dont read many although Id like to

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  7. Anything by Steven King is scary. Thanks for the giveaway.

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    1. I agree, though I think his early stuff is better than that of late.

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  8. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark scares me so much!!! I think it might even be more scary now than when I first read it back in middle school. - meghann

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    1. Those are good campfire stories - love reading them to scouts on campouts!

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  9. I didn't read many scary stories, when I was younger. Truth be told, I'm sort of a wimp with scary stuff. But I did enjoy Wait Till Helen Comes and The Old Willis Place, both by Mary Downing Hahn. I don't know how scary they would be to me now, though. Thanks for the amazing giveaway! :)

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  10. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz. Scared me when I was a kid my sister would always tease me about it. Though now I love it and love the Hearse song.

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  11. oh gosh I really don't remember. Goosbumps probably heh

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  12. Goosebumps were always my favorite growing up. ;)

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  13. The Baby-Sitter. Boy did that book scare me when I was a teen.

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  14. I really don't remember what middle grade or ya books I read. My mother always told me to make a list of every book but I just didn't listen.

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  15. When I was younger I was addicted to R.L. Stine's Fear Street books. They aren't nearly as scary to me now, but I swear they scared the daylight out of me when I was younger!!

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  16. Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter. Her books aren't scary, they're more of a funny mystery, but that one freaked me out.

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  17. The Demonata Series by Darren Shan! I could not put this series down, but it is super creepy. These books kept me up for days!

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  18. Arrow Book of Ghost Stories has several spooky tales.

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  19. Never found them scary, but I loved the Goosebump books, always so creative!

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  20. What's the scariest middle-grade or young adult you've ever read?

    salems lot stephen king..does that count?

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  21. The Maze runner was totally awesome!

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  22. Any of the Goosebumps and Skulduggery Pleasant were both scary middle grade books. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  23. The Cheerleader series from R.L Stine.

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  24. Scary Stories in Middle School.

    RC name: Danielle Papsis

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  25. I'm not a fan of horror but I do enjoy suspense. I remember being scared reading The Witches by Roald Dahl.

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  26. I'd have to say the Goosebump books. (although I don't know if they would count as mid-grade anymore. (they did when I read them! lol)
    My step-son reads them now and he is younger than I was.

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  27. Evan Gilbert's BROWN-EYED DEVIL...yikes!

    Trix, vitajex(At)Aol(Dot)com

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  28. The scariest book I ever read was The Bell Jar. yarbr012@gmail.com

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  29. The Shining by sSephen King. He is the best at this kind of book
    jwisley@me.com

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  30. I love anything by R.L. Stine. The last I read of his was Wanted: The Haunted Mask.

    Thank you for the chance to win!

    -Amber Terry-

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  31. R.L. Stine's Fear Street series.

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  32. I don't remember reading any scary elementary or middle school book. I used to read the Nancy Drew mysteries; some of those could be considered scary.

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    1. Like The Hidden Staircase. That one scared me!

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  33. Hunger Games or the later Harry Potter books.

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  34. I read Christopher Pike books when I was little. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  35. For me, middle-grade was a loooong time ago, but I read a lot of ghost story anthologies... Edgar Allen Poe and Ray Bradbury stuff really left an impression.

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  36. The Babysitter was especially creeptastic the first time I ever read it.

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  37. God Anna Dressed in Blood, it keep me awake and paranoid for weeks !

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  38. In 8th grade, our English class had to read The Amityville Horror and it scared both me and my mom!

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  39. Gee, there was a book I read back in middle school that has to be one of the scariest books I have ever read, but it's been so long I can't remember the name of it. I've been trying to figure it out because I'd love to read it again. Argh!

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  40. Pitch Green by The Brothers Washburn it was creepy and I loved that it was a clean read but still horror for YA

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  41. so long ago...I don't remember ...maybe Nancy Drew?

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  42. I don't scare so easy with books so this is hard for me to answer. When I was a teen I use to read Stephen King so they were pretty scary back then now they are just very long..lol. This year I read Welcome to the Dark House (Laura something can't remember the authors name) but it was kind of creepy and my creep out or scare others. :)

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  43. I read a LOT of Stephen King as a teen, It was probably the one that scared me most!

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  44. It had to have been the Goosebumps Night of the Living Dummy. Still gives me chills.

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  45. R.L. Stine's Goosebumps series.

    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  46. Stephen King scares the heck out of me!!

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  47. I have not read many YA books or middle grade ones but I was always scared of Amityville Horror, sometimes, VC Andrews had some scary dark stuff in her novels too.

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  48. I used to read a lot of Fear Street books by RL Stine and I thought they were super scary when I was a kid!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  49. Goosebumps were the scariest books I read and other R.L. Stine books.

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  50. Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. The story is haunting, but what really terrified me were the photographs. *shivers*

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  51. Loved Anna Dressed in Blood. Love all of her books!

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  52. I used to read the Fear Street series by R.L. Stein. I don't remember an exact book because the stories all run together in my head now but those were pretty creepy.

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  53. Personally, the scariest middle grade I have ever read was Amanda. It was horrifying to know what twisted thoughts and desires that she possessed. I hope if I have a daughter, to never have one like Amanda.

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  54. I don't know if VC Andrews is considered YA but I read nearly all of her books in junior high. They were pretty scary to me.

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  55. Some of the Goosebumps books are pretty creepy.

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  56. I haven't read very many scary books, but The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is pretty good. :)

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  57. I remember reading all the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books, and being very spooked by them in middle school!

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  58. Scary Stories to tell in the dark, oddly enough, I bought the set for my son years ago and he loves them!

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  59. There were a couple scenes from Angelfall by Susan Ee that were pretty scary.

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  60. I read all the R.L. Stine fear street books when I was young.

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  61. I liked Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark & More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, R.L. Stine's Goosebumps series.

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  62. I read the Goosebumps books when I was younger and they really freaked me out!

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  63. As an adult, nothing. As a kid, I read goosebumps. That was scary to me.

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  64. I remember reading The Pendragon series, and they described these sort of dog-like creatures that would try & attack the characters as they traversed to the doors leading to parallel universes/worlds. For whatever reason, it scared the living crap out of me. And when I was tore into by a dog at night a couple years later, it sort of cemented my fear of dogs. Like, I love dogs & pet them and had them. But any new dog, I immediately fear this ingrained fear towards. :(
    (Tl;dr Pendragon)

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  65. When I was younger, anything I read by Christopher Pike

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  66. I guess the Goosebump books.

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  67. The scariest YA book that I've read is Unwind, the thought of having a child unwound if you don't like the idea of them after you've had them is terrifying to me, also the idea of expanding that to criminals, poor people, and other's. Wow. Craziness abounds.

    Thank you, so much for hosting this giveaway.

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  68. Maybe The Telltale Heart? I can't really remember many scary YA stories that I've read, but I have a horrible memory :-P

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  69. I remember being scared by the Scary Tales to Tell in the Dark series! thanks!

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  70. I think the VC Andrews books would be the closest to scary as Young Adult goes that I've read or may Harry Potter.

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  71. The scariest middle grade book --- House of Dark Shadows. Wow, was it frightening!!
    Dede

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  72. Stonewords ( I can't remember the author)

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  73. Christopher Pike books scared me greatly. But some of that was purely that they dealt a lot with death.

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  74. I'd have to say the scariest YA book I've ever read was The Diviners by Libba Bray.

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  75. Not sure, but I always loved R.L. Stine's books. I remember reading his adult book, *Superstitious*, when I was like 15 and being pretty scared.

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  76. I didn't read "scary books" but I would read James Patterson or Grisham novels

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  77. My nieces really enjoyed the R.L. Stine books, which we would read together. I enjoy my scary more in the urban fantasy. Thank you for participating in this fun hop :)

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  78. When I was younger, there was a book called "Strange but True Twenty-Two Amazing Stories," which I found totally creepy!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  79. Welcome to the Dark House is the scariest YA I have read!

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  80. I don't generally like scary stories but I remember being really creeped out by V.C. Andrews' Flowers in the Attic back in the day.

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  81. YA book anna dressed in blood by kendare blake

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  82. Mary DeBorde
    ANY one of the Fear Street books!! :)

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  83. There was a book I read as a kid (about 13 years ago) that was about a boy, a mansion, a box of mini monsters that turned into real monsters and thats all I can remember. I have been looking for it for a while now, but that was the scariest book I read, lol

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  84. When I was in middle school I used to read goosbumps! I loved them, just enough scary :D
    Thank you!

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  85. One author that usually scares me is Stephen King, his books are also unusual. and I love medical mysteries that scare me because a lot have a chance of coming true.. like Vital Signs, read a mixture of books here.

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  86. I read Stephen King books in middle school even though they were adult. Can't recall reading any scary books written specifically for grades 6-8.

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  87. I'd have to say the Fear Street series by RL Stine. Or The Dollhouse Murders by Betty Ren Wright- that book wasn't too bad, but the movie terrified me when I was little!

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  88. I've always enjoyed LJ Smith, especially her Forbidden Game Series.

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  89. The scariest middle-grade or young adult I've ever read was, "In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories" by Alvin Schwartz.

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  90. Unbreakable. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann S

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  91. R.L. Stine books my kids loved them..
    dstevens

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  92. The Hidden Staircase in the Nancy Drew series. I remember reading it several times even though it was spooky...LOL

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  93. "Halloween Party" by R. L. Stine! Such a good book!!

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  94. Insomnia by J.R. Johansson is pretty creepy. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. The name of the book was Gone. I can not remember the name of the Author. I loaned it out and never got it back. It scared the crud outa me.

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  96. Anna dressed in blood the cover alone gave me nightmares.

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  97. Goosebumps would have to be the scariest books I ever read and thanks for the giveaway!! :)

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  98. When I was in middle school, Christoper Pike books were totally creepy. The Season of Passage was one that really stuck with me over the years :)

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  99. the scariest mg book i have read is the screaming staircase. it was pretty creepy for an mg and i'm 29,,,

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  100. I remember reading The Hobbit when I was real young, kinda scary then.

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  101. I don't recall reading anything scary when I was younger. Maybe goosebumps but I really wasn't scared by them

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  102. I would say The Gemma Doyle trilogy by Libba Bray is probably the spookiest book I've read.

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  103. When I was in middle school the 'scary' books I read were by Christopher Pike...

    sara.drexler(at)mail.northcentral.edu

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  104. The Shining by Stephen King.

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  105. I don't remember scary books when I as young but my son loved the Goosebumps books hen he was that age.

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  106. I fondly remember Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Those illustrations were awesome!

    maggie at literary winner dot com

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  107. The Goosebumps series were my favorite.

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  108. I don't read many scarey books but liked Anna Dressed in Blood!

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  109. Scary YA has to be Jade Green by Naylor, Phyllis Reynolds

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  110. It has been a while but I remember reading things that go bump in the nights and goosebumps.

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  111. I haven't read many scary books, but Ana Dress in Blood was pretty scary.
    -Cindy C.

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  112. All of the RL Stine books are scary good! Thanks for this amazing giveaway - I would love to win!

    Suz Reads

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  113. I haven't read any young adult books yet but they look fantastic.

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  114. Does R.L. Stine and Christopher Pike count or am I dating myself? lol
    I have Anna Dressed in Blood on my shelf.. Sounds like I should read it with all the comments about how scary it is.

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  115. Sweet Valley High always looked pretty frightening to me.

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  116. goose bumps by rl stien all those books were creepy for their time

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  117. I didn't really get into reading until I was older, however, when I was in high school, I really learned to love Edgar Allen Poe, I guess my favorite was The Raven.

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  118. The Hallowed Ones by Laura Bickle is quite scary for a young adult novel.

    -Jamie

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  119. The scariest YA I have ever read was A Whispered Darkness by Vanessa Barger! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  120. I thought Flowers in the Attic (and the series) was creepy.

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  121. Hmm I've read quite a few but The Stepsister by R.L. Stine (Fear Street) gave me some chills!

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  122. I always loved Ten Tales to Give You Goosebumps by RL Stine... as well as all RL Stine books.

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  123. I really loved RL Stine and Christopher Pike when I was younger. No particular book stands out, I just remember being scared after reading many of them.

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  124. lol.... not sure if its scary to most, but Harry Potter books!

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  125. The Scariest book for me in recent times has been The Sleepwalkers by J. Gabriel Gates. Also Horror but under the Young Adult classification.

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  126. I really don't remember. When I was in middle grade, I was already reading advanced material; I know some of Poe's work really freaked me out.

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  127. Anything by R.L. Stine.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  128. I don't read truly scary books because I spook easily, lol. So the scariest YA I've read is Anna Dressed in Blood.

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  129. I read a lot of Goosebump books, but I scare pretty easily :)

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  130. For the life of me, I cannot remember the title of the book. It was a series of short stories, poems and riddles.

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  131. Hmmm Maybe Harry Potter can be the scariest young adult book I've ever read LOL I'm not usally into scary books- so that may be the scariest i've read!

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  132. I read all the R.L. Stine fear street books when I was young.

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  133. I can't remember too many. Maybe some of the goosebump books I read to my son.

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  134. (Alisha Sienkiel in rafflecopter)

    When I was younger Goosebumps were pretty scary.

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  135. Along with everyone else. The Goosebump books are pretty scary books for the Middle Grade crowd and my kids when they were younger, Thanks.

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  136. Flowers in the attic or any of the goosebumps books use to scare me!

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  137. The Summoning (Darkest Powers #1) by Kelley Armstrong

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  138. Fear street rocks! Happy Halloween. thanks for the giveaway!

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