Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Halloween Blog Hop: Enter to Win the Historical Romance, "Desire Me," by Robyn DeHart!

Thank you for joining us for the Halloween Blog Hop! All of the bloggers participating in this event will share a fun Halloween memory and a giveaway with you! After reading my story and entering the giveaway, be sure to hop around to the blogs listed in the linky under the Rafflecopter form for the chance to win more great prizes!

FAVORITE HALLOWEEN MEMORY
My favorite Halloween memory is probably my sister’s worst Halloween memory because it was the year that my mom dressed her up as a dining room table. She cut a hole in the top of a big box and put it over my sister’s head. And then she “set” the table by gluing down paper plates and cups, and plastic silverware. She even put a floral headdress on my sister’s head for the centerpiece! It was extremely clever but difficult to navigate. My sister couldn’t see her feet, and when she went to descend the steps in front of our house, she missed a step and went tumbling down the stairs! It was not a pretty sight as she bumped her way down in that huge box, smashing paper cups and sending her headdress into the bushes. Fortunately, she was fine (although extremely embarrassed), and we all had a good laugh afterward!

GIVEAWAY
I hope you enjoyed my favorite Halloween memory, and as a thank-you for getting this far, I’m offering one lucky reader a paperback copy of the book, Desire Me, by Robyn DeHart. If you’re a fan of historical romance, then you’re going to love this book!


Year ago, Maxwell Barrett found a map to Atlantis and dedicated his life to the search for the mystical lost continent. But when an alluring woman makes a wager for the priceless artifact, he may have discovered an even greater treasure.

A descendant of Atlantis, Sabine Tobias needs the map to decipher an ancient prophecy. What she doesn’t need are the sparks flying between her and Max. He’s too devilishly charming to be trusted: The fate of her people is at stake as well as her heart. Yet a ruthless killer also covets the map. Now Max and Sabine must race to decode the prophecy’s riddle before this criminal fulfills his deadly mission.

Enter through the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM ET on October 31, 2013.



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Disclosure: This post contains my Amazon affiliate link. I am donating this book for the giveaway.

30 comments:

  1. My favorite memory was trick or treating with my dad one year when he stayed out with me 4 or 5 hrs just because he wanted to make sure I would be safe. Or at least that is what he claims!!!!!

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  2. I have wonderful memories of taking my kids out trick or treating when they were little.

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  3. The costume parades and punkpin constest in grade school were always my favorite.

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  4. My favorite Halloween memory is taking my kids around for trick or treating

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  5. There was the year that at the last minute, my best friend and I decided to go trick-or-treating. I had no costume so I grabbed my graduation gown and cap and dressed as a college graduate. My friend drew some stubble on her face and went as Will Smith.
    Good times.

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  6. My favorite memory is taking my kids trick or treating.

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  7. when my mother hand made me a witch cape and hat then used her very expensive Merle Norman makeup with food coloring for my face and hands

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  8. My favorite Halloween memory was when I made our son a purple dinosaur costume for his 2nd Halloween. He was so cute!

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  9. the year my little brother who never got in trouble got caught egging houses!!

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  10. Trick or treating when I was younger.
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

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  11. Getting scared by my grandfather, he would always jump out in a scary mask when we went to get candy.

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  12. Those perfect Halloweens that fell on Saturdays--we would start trick or treating mid-morning and stay out until after dark!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  13. I loved to do trick or treating when I was a kid, it was something special to me every year :)

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  14. I loved staying up late into the night watching horror movies and scaring my brother.

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  15. my favorite halloween memory was when mom dressed all four of us (brothers and sisters) and herself as matching clowns....it was really fun.

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  16. my favorite halloween memory was dressing up in a clown costume that my mother had made for me

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  17. My parents stopped having my little brother and I trick or treat at a very young age. Mostly because we moved out to the country, so you couldn't just walk door to door (and driving to a city is kinda silly just for candy). One Halloween, we were at my grandma's house in town. My brother and I didn't have costumes, but we wanted to go out, so we made up what we were based on our clothes. I had on a sparkly, 3/4 length shirt, so I said Christina Aguilera (it was how she dressed back then!)

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  18. My Halloween Memory is when we made our street look scary for a hay ride our neighbor Hank planned.

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  19. I organized a Road Rally one Halloween and it turned out perfectly!

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  20. My favorite Halloween memory is taking my baby sister Trick or Treating!

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  21. I always loved going on hayrides.

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  22. when our whole gang dressed up and went bar hopping, good times - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  23. I lived in a condo growing up so I got SO much candy!

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  24. I remember my brother doing tricks while I treated and me trying to keep up with them...

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  25. taking my son to the haunted mansion, picking out pumpkins

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  26. trick or treating when i was little

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  27. My favorite memory is when my son dressed up as a Power Ranger. He was so happy to get that costume and his smiles still sticks with me today.

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  28. My favorite Halloween memory is of me making my daughter's tinkerbell costume and having her love it.

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