Friday, November 2, 2012

GIVEAWAY: This Book Is Full of Spiders, by David Wong



John Dies at the End is one of the funniest horror novels (or novels, period) I've read in a long time, and I'm really looking forward to checking out the Don Coscarelli-helmed film adaptation when it gets a widespread release.

In the meantime, the sequel, This Book Is Full of Spiders, was released last month, and I happen to have come across an extra copy! Since none of my real friends read horror (or I'm an internet recluse without any RL friends - take your pick) I'd like to give it away to one of you.

If you're interested, either leave a comment or shoot me an email at dollartheatermassacre@gmail.com and recommend a good horror novel to me (don't worry about whether I've read it or not). That's it, just do it before Nov. 16. And if you do feel inclined to follow the site through blogger, or throw it into your RSS reader, hey, I won't stop you.

I'll pick someone at random to send the book to - and since I do science in real life, you can assure it'll be completely random (or at least psuedorandom). No need to include an address or any of that. I'll bug you for it if you win. I'm not trying to creep on anyone here. Just be a resident of the U.S. (I can't afford international shipping) and please, no P.O. Boxes.

Let's be honest. Your chances are pretty good if you're interested. There aren't a ton of people who read this site. But I appreciate you all that do, so thanks.

8 comments:

  1. I'm in! If you haven't read it, I highly recommend THE DESCENT by Jeff Long. Nothing whatsoever to do with the film of the same name, it's a great read!

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    1. Wow, I read that plot synopsis and it sounds insane! Thanks for the recommendation!

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    2. Hey, Michael - I flipped a coin and you win! Shoot me an email at dollartheatermassacre at gmail dot com with your info.

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  2. Bah! Being from Ireland fails me...AGAIN!

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    1. Ah, sorry! Nothing personal, I'm just poor!

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  3. Definitely check out Summer of Night by Dan Simmons. And I dig your blog, not just for the cool contest either. ;)

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    1. Thanks for the recommendation and the kind words! I've enjoyed several of Dan Simmons' other books, so I'll bump Summer of Night up towards the top of my to-read list. Looks like it's some choice suburban horror!

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