Our Alice floats now.
she tilts to the right
A video screen unfolds before her to reveal this...
All Hallow’s Read is a Hallowe’en tradition. It’s simply that in the week of Hallowe’en, or on the night itself, you give someone a scary book.
- so says Neil Gaiman
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Do YOU want to be the recipient of a scary ebook from me?
OPEN TO ALL.
Prize: winner picks one of these kindle ebooks
by Scott Nicholson
A collection of six supernatural stories by bestselling Kindle author Scott Nicholson, including "Homecoming," "The Three-Dollar Corpse" and "She Climbs a Winding Stair."
These stories visit haunted islands, disturbed families, and forgotten pasts as Nicholson serves up chills, thrills, ghosts stories, and paranormal fantasy.
by Sal Conte
There is no pain like toothache pain.
Jim Roberts is a victim of today's economy. While he's lucky enough to have a job, his job has been keeping him temp for two years to avoid paying medical benefits.
When Jim gets a terrible toothache, a friend tells him about the Toothache Man, an unlicensed dentist where people like Jim can have their dental problems solved for a song.
Unfortunately, the Toothache Man turns out to be a lot more than Jim bargained for—with an old fashioned dentist’s chair, and a penchant for pain. Jim is about to discover a toothache is the least of his problems.
Offer ends: October 30, 2011
TO DO: (2-parts)
1. In less than 50 words, tell the creepiest, scariest, most chilling story you can possibly imagine. Blood-n-Guts or Campy-n-Fun.
2. Tell me which ebook you would like.
AND leave your email (if I already don't have it).
When I got the text, my flesh turned to chicken skin. "We need 2 tlk about the smell frum the attik." While, there was no easy way for her to climb up and see for herself, I knew what it meant. She would have to be handled. Immediately.
* first spotted Neil at MJ Hearle's site
* first spotted challenge at the Daily Lit's 50 Word Frights here
Slowly wondering down the long corridor, when suddenly the light I was holding went out, leaving me in pitch blackness. Heavy breathing filled the passageway . Heartbeats echoed. I stumbled along when something cold and clammy grabbed my arm, pulling me. Hot morally offensive breath tickled my neck. Death encircled me. -WandaMaynard
* image source Alice by saramichaels