Monday, 4 June 2018

Stephen King themed giveaway

Happy June you beautiful people - sorry that is me just getting the June giveaway up however, I think you might agree that is is worth waiting for. I have also decided to make it International so sharing the joy worldwide!



Little miss paws had to get in on the action as usual lol, don't worry that is my postcard her wee claws are reaching for.







So, up for grabs is, one brand new paperback book of "Joyland" by the master of horror himself, Stephen King. The Pennywise (new Pennywise) clown postcard I bought at horror con, I bought a few knowing I would pop one up as a giveaway. And finally a wee spooky magnetic bookmark to go with it because who doesn't love a wee bookmark and magnetic is one of my fav types.







The giveaway is as listed and seen in the photograph. As I said I will open it up worldwide so everyone has a chance to get it, I know there are a fair few followers of the blog scattered around the globe and it is always nice to allow everyone the opportunity to win. I did a wee collage of the items so you can get a better look.







I have loved Stephen King books since I was a kid, it was his books, IT in fact, that got me hooked on reading and horror! I hope you guys have a great day whatever you are up to, thanks for taking part in the giveaway and supporting the blog. As always, enter using the Rafflecopter below, the more entries you complete the more times your name goes into the draw.



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51 comments:

  1. Yet to read any. Great giveaway again

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    1. Lucky you, I would start with his older stuff. I have yet to read this one, my copy is on my shelves. Last one I read (that wasn't a re read) was Doctor Sleep xxx

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    1. Read this 3 or 4 times and will re read again just before the new movie part 2 comes out xxx

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  3. My first Stephen King was Christine-loved it-still do!! Have NOT read JOYLAND, so would really love this!

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    1. I have definitely seen Christine but not sure I have read it, may need to look into buying it, thanks xxx

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  4. THANK YOU for the generous giveaway! I will add it to my blog's sidebar.

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    1. Fab wee love I will nip over for a visit tomorrow, heading up to bed soon with my book in the hope of an early night xxx

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  5. MISERY has always been my favourite. Got to love a crazed author fan.

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  6. My most favourite is Misery. Completely insane and great at the same time, especially Annie.

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  9. An author I read a lot of as a teenager, however I haven't read anything of his since Needful Things (which by the way I loved) so maybe now is the time to rekindle my love affair with SK. and if nothing else ... another bookmark for my collection YAY!

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  10. Another fabulous giveaway lovely. It's been a while since I've read any of King's books so it would be great to win this and get back into his writing x

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  11. Needful Things and Misery are my joint favourites. Needful Things is also a great film.

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  12. Rose Madder. What a story! Had me gripped from the very start to the last page. Huge fan!!

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  13. I haven’t read any, I’m entering for my son, who is a huge fan.....we went to Stephen kings home and did a guided tour around his area as all his novels are based on places there!

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  14. the Long Walk......run Garrety Run!

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  15. Misery was the 1st I read and still my favourite

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  16. Has to be IT. Read a few of his they are allr eally good currently ready Pet Sematry but IT was my fav. Had nightmares for weeks of zombie lepor clowns lol would wake up sweating but still couldnt leave the stupid book alone. Deffo going to read it again before i die.

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  17. Misery - I have read it so many times!

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  18. The green mile has always been my favourite

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  19. The Dark Half is probably my favourite.

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  20. Its my son that reads these books, I don't know his favourite

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  21. Torn between The Stand and Firestarter. Both brilliant.

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  22. I love Carrie, I love the story line. awesome book and film

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  23. So difficult to choose because I've read so many of his books. I haven't read Joy Land though. I think my favourite has to be The Shining or Misery, although Carrie freaked me out when I read it aged 12. Still dreams me out a decade later!

    I follow you on Twitter as
    @Y_Nirvana

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  24. Hard decision, but love Carrie and Christine even after all these years. The films based on the books are great too. Thanks for the chance.

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  25. My all time favourite is 1408, absolutely love it

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  26. I have been an ardeny fan since Carrie.
    Yours sincerely Annie Wilkes lol

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  27. I have loved reading Stephen kings books and watching the films since I was a girl.... I think my favourite has to be misery but I loved pet cemetery too

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  28. There's so many I love but I think my all time favourite is IT

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  29. The Monkey, an old short story but really scarey

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  30. Favourite book: The Long Walk under the pseudonym Richard Bachman

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  31. Mine would have to be The Shining :)

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  32. The Stand is my favourite book of all time

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