Monday, September 12, 2011

Trick or Treat for Horror Books--The Red Tash Halloween Bash!

Check out The Halloween Bash at Red Tash and win some of the freakiest horror stories out there, including Ghost Plane and Other Disturbing Tales. For details visit: Red Tash, author of This Brilliant Darkness

Trick or Treat and visit these blogs to win these cool books:
  • Scary Marian Allen has two treats for you: Lonnie, Me, and the Hound of Hell; and The King of Cherokee Creek.
  • Zombie Whisperer Jason Kristopher will regale you with his tale of the undead, in The Dying of the Light: End.
  • Crazy Connie Roberts-Huth may fill you with delicious dread, with Whispers of the Dead.
  • Robert S. Wilson knows sometimes there’s nothing more eerie than The Quiet. Goosebumps to follow.
  • Mad scientist Alan Nayes will give you The Unnatural. Oooooh, sounds creepy, doesn’t it?
  • Dust off your cape, trick or treaters! Mad Woman Genevieve Pearson offers Chasing Power, an urban fantasy about people with SuperPowers.
  • Dreams can be frightening, when they turn to nightmares. Miles Cressman wants you to try his book The Dream Metropolis, a sci-fi thriller.
  • Fantasy lovers, M. Edward McNally has the Norothian Cycle for your perusal. Don thy armor, yon knight, and grab thy sword to sally forth on an adventure in The Sable City.
  • The Fiendish Hollister Ann Grant will captivate your mind with alien adventure Lost Cargo, then chill your bones with real ghost photos from the Gettysburg battlefield in Haunted Ground.
  • Heather Marie Adkins has an unholy offering for you in her paranormal mystery The Temple.
  • Don’t Panic! Robert Collins says if you liked The Hitchhiker’s Guide, you’ll enjoy his book Expert Assistance.
  • Insane Clown Posse got you down? Jim Bronyaur has the solution for you in No Laughing Matter. What’s more frightening than a clown? How about an undead clown? Genius, Jim.
  • The hilarious Rex Jameson wants you to bring home Lucifer this holiday season, so let’s get it started this Halloween with Lucifer’s Odyssey.
  • Rising again to thrill us is Phoenix Sullivan, author of Sector C. Leave it to cloning to mess up a perfectly good human population.
  • Dressing as a serial killer this Halloween? J.E. Taylor promises Jet-fueled action with her crime thriller Georgia Reign.
  • Rider on the Storm Melissa L Webb has not one, but 23 horror, fantasy, and paranormal spine-tinglers for you in Restless Highways.
  • Ever feel like you’re not alone in the shower? In Haunted on Bourbon Street, Deanna Chase conjures up ghostly shower stalkers.
  • She vants to suck your vlood…or at least reveal secrets of these denizens of the night. Vampires Revealed is Rebeka Harrington’s gift to our grand prize winner.
  • For something G-rated, E. W. Saloka offers Volumes of The Silver Leaf, with winged horses and generous wizards, dragons and other fantastic creatures.
  • So, come up to the lab, and see what’s on The Slab, a horror novel by Jeffrey J. Mariotte.
  • Short stories more your style? The Indie Eclective has a collection right up your alley & perfect for the Trick or Treat Bash! (I admit, I hope they ask me to join their group next time. I’d even let them haze me, more than likely.) The Indie Eclective’s Halloween Collection.
  • Ever watch the full moon rise on a crisp October night? I’m betting Robin Morris has, and she’ll let you have a copy of her Halloween Sky and Other Nightmares collection, as well.
  • The prolific short story author Suzanne Tyrpak wants you to know your seat will double as a floatation device, and it’s time to return your trays to the upright position—you’re on her Ghost Plane now, folks.
  • Knight in Shining Armor Chris Turner pens dark fantasy, heroic sword and sorcery, and a little comic relief in his collection Fantastic Realms.
  • Ever had a bad day and just want to escape it all? That’s what Halloween dress up is all about, isn’t it? Ellis Jackson’s Simon and the Wardrobe of Destiny is a terrific tale, and believe me, you’ve rarely had a day worse than the way Simon starts his journey.
  • Kim Jewell offers Misery’s Fire, where high school is Hell, for real—cliques and chicks, included.
  • Last but not least, don’t forget the obvious—you can leave a comment on my blog here at It’s a great way to leave questions and comments about the contest.


Red Tash said...

Thanks again for telling your readers about the Trick or Treat Bash, Suzanne. Your Ghost Plane story is sure to entertain our grand prize winner!

Suzanne Tyrpak said...

Thanks for posting Tash. Lots of great stories for readers to win!

And thank for creating the bash.

deanna said...

Thanks for playing Red’s Trick or Treat Bash!, Red sent me! xoxoxo