The Time Has Come To Coffin Hop

coffin-hop-advert-scarecrowAnother lovely day begins, for ghosts and ghouls with greenish skin. So close your eyes and you will find that…THE COFFIN HOP HAS ARRIVED!

That’s right, kids! Another Halloween season is upon us and that means one thing ’round these parts – spooky stories for everyone!


Every year, a bevy of horror authors offer up books, prizes, goodies and giveaways. All you have to do is hop from site to site, entering contests, discovering new authors and just getting into the Halloween spirit.


This year, I’m giving away an ebook prize pack to 5 lucky winners!

Each winner will receive a digital copy (in either PDF, EPUB or MOBI) of Like Flies To Honey, Flowers For The Dead and The Lockwood Collection!

I may even throw in some extra swag for all 5 winners – because everyone deserves a little swag!


freeswagHOW DO I WIN?

Enter using the Rafflecopter form below. You can tweet, comment, follow me on Facebook or sign up for my newsletter (where you will also receive cool freebies and the chance to win contests throughout the year).

So, what are you waiting for?! Enter the contest below then GET TO HOPPIN’!
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creepycrawleys_coversmallMORE FROM THE COFFIN HOP

Want to win even more books, ebooks, tricks or treats? Visit for the other participating authors!


While you’re here, why not grab a free copy of my latest ebook, Creepy Crawleys. It’s free this month for All Hallows Read!



26 Responses to The Time Has Come To Coffin Hop

  1. Fox

    I could take the easy route and say the tiny Kit-Kat bars, but there were those little candies that came in a roll of cellophane. My treat bag would get filled with those each Halloween and I would go sugar-crazy on ’em.

  2. Oh gosh. I love, love, love halloween-sized chocolates. I’m usually not a chocolate lover, but there’s just something about the size and sheer amount of chocolate on my kids bounty that i just have to have them. ALL. Usually hiding to eat them while kids sleep. I know, don’t judge me.

    Happy hopping!

  3. Hmm? My favorite candy is whatever is still left in the bag. *laughs* I really like Candy Corn. My youngest son doesn’t like chocolate, so his mother and I usually raid whatever he has picked through and left behind. Sadly, both boys are too old for collecting candy for their dad… I mean, Trick or Treating. 😉


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