Thursday, October 31, 2013

Discover the "Cindy Eller" series!

Prepare to be enchanted, with the witchy and beguiling "Cindy Eller" series from Elizabeth A. Reeves. Get the first book - with over 200 reader reviews and a 4+ rating - for just $2.99 today.

And, if you buy (or already have) a print copy, you can get the ebook for FREE! Take care of your gift-giving for the readers on your holiday list.

How (Not) to Kiss a Toad (Cindy Eller #1), by Elizabeth A Reeves

"We all know the story of the princess that has to kiss endless numbers of toads while eagerly awaiting one of them to turn in to Prince Charming. How (not) to Kiss a Toad is a play on that classic fable. It has a cute premise and I always enjoy stories about women looking for Prince Charming and realizing he doesn't exist.

Every guy Cindy kisses turns into a toad. The uglier their personality, the uglier toad they make. It's not a permanent transformation, they change back in a matter of days. Until Nathan, that is. Nathan is one toad that doesn't seem to follow any magical laws and his toadhood is threatening to get Cindy's meager magical powers taken away for good.

As if Cindy's lack of love life isn't stress enough, the bakery she works for is being closed and she finally meets a great guy that she'd love to kiss but is terrified he'll turn warty too. Timothy seems too good to be true. Because he is and I site what I said up in paragraph one. He's got some major issues outside of the charming personality he shows Cindy.

The characters were all quirky and I liked that, I would like to see more of Cindy's roommates in her future volumes!" 

-- Amazon reviewer

Cindy Eller is a witch with a gift for creating decadent desserts highlighting the exotic and spicy flavors of her native Southwest. However, life isn't always sweet for this magical baker. All her life she's been cursed-- every man she's ever kissed has turned into a toad. Love isn't likely to come her way, she knows.

If that weren't a big enough problem, her 'curse' has come to the attention of the Council of Magic and she may never be able to use her powers.

Enter the perfect man-- handsome, sweet, and loves food just as much as Cindy does. It would seem to be a match made in Heaven, or is it?

Cindy isn't the only one keeping secrets.

With toads, cupcakes, romance, magic and ice cream, life never has time to get dull!

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Elizabeth A Reeves is the writer of the Cindy Eller series and Goldie Locke and the Were Bears series. She lives in southern Arizona and, like her characters, enjoys experimenting with baking and facing life with a little snark in her pocket for back up. She is married and has four sons. Her favorite dessert is anything chocolate. If she could be a were-creature of any sort she would be a were-owl.

She enjoys fostering and adopting senior pets from shelters and encourages those who are looking for a pet not to overlook the 'golden oldies'. She currently is owned by four dogs, two cats, and two tortoises. She also may or may not have a certain zombie-ish silkie chicken hanging around.

She always loves hearing from her readers. Her Facebook page is the best way to get in touch with her personally, as it is her choice of procrastination locations. She tries to answer every message herself, and in good time.

Sometimes she retreats to the 'bat cave' to write. When this happens, she tends to disappear off of the radar for days on end. When she comes up for oxygen she usually shares tidbits from her current work with her fans.

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"Fractured," by Sarah Fine

Fractured (Guards of the Shadowlands, Book Two), by Sarah Fine
Price: $7.99 $3.99 (save 50%)
450 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 14 reviews

"I was so scared of reading Fractured. I just knew something was going to happen to one of my favorite characters ever. I didn't have to be afraid because WOW, Sarah Fine knows what she's doing. I was so impressed with her writing and how it sucked me in. Once you start reading Fractured you won't be able to stop. One of the things I liked the most about Fractured were the new characters. Some I adored and some I wanted to strangle with my bare hands. I think that's what Sarah wanted me to feel. I love it when I feel strong feeling toward characters. It doesn't matter if it's in a positive way or negative way. I feel that Fractured was a bit scarier than the first book. The Mazikin were bolder and terrifying than in Sanctum also. With everything that was happening in the book I never saw the twist involving one Mazikin coming. It just broke my heart. I can't forget to mention one of my favorite fictional couples, Lila and Malachi. Sigh... Malachi is such an amazing character. Lela is also amazing and strong. The ending was perfect, and I can't wait to see what's going to happen in the next book!" -- Amazon reviewer

Book Two in the Guards of the Shadowlands series
In the week since Lela returned to Rhode Island as Captain of the Guard with Malachi as her second in command, local news has been dominated by chilling sightings of human-like creatures running on all fours. Lela knows there’s only one explanation: the Mazikin have arrived in the land of the living.
Needing to maintain the appearance of a normal life for her foster mother, her probation officer, and her classmates, Lela returns to Warwick High along with Malachi. At night they secretly hunt for the Mazikin nest. To assist, two new Guards from very different parts of the Shadowlands are assigned to Lela’s unit, including the bad boy Jim, who repeatedly challenges Lela's authority. Lela struggles to keep all her Guards on the right side of the law, but their mistakes come at a terrible cost.
As one painful revelation follows another and the Mazikin start targeting those closest to her, Lela finds herself more vulnerable than she’s ever been, wanting a future more than she ever has. With an enemy determined to separate soul from body, one question remains: how much is she willing to sacrifice to protect those she loves?

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Sarah Fine was born on the West Coast, raised in the Midwest, and is now firmly entrenched on the East Coast, where she lives with her husband and two children. When she's not writing, she's working as a child psychologist. No, she is not psychoanalyzing you right now.


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"Braineater Jones" - the KB interview with author Stephen Kozeniewski

Today we're pleased to feature our KBoards interview with Stephen Kozeniewski, author of the newly-released novel Braineater Jones.

Let's start with the blurb!

Braineater Jones wakes up face down in a swimming pool with no memory of his former life, how he died, or why he’s now a zombie. With a smart-aleck severed head as a partner, Jones descends into the undead ghetto to solve his own murder.

But Jones’s investigation is complicated by his crippling addiction to human flesh. Like all walking corpses, he discovers that only a stiff drink can soothe his cravings. Unfortunately, finding liquor during Prohibition is costly and dangerous. From his Mason jar, the cantankerous Old Man rules the only speakeasy in the city that caters to the postmortem crowd.

As the booze, blood, and clues coagulate, Jones gets closer to discovering the identity of his killer and the secrets behind the city’s stranglehold on liquid spirits. Death couldn’t stop him, but if the liquor dries up, the entire city will be plunged into an orgy of cannibalism.

Cracking this case is a tall order. Braineater Jones won’t get out alive, but if he plays his cards right, he might manage to salvage the last scraps of his humanity.

We can tell you that this novel is a gas. A hoot. A dilly! Whether or not you've ever read a zombie novel, you'll find much to enjoy here - particularly if your reading appetite includes an appreciation for a distinctive narrative voice, and a healthy dose of wry irreverence.

And... your purchase of Braineater Jones is eligible for Amazon's new MatchBook program.

That means that if you purchase the print book (for yourself or as a gift to that zombie-loving nephew of yours), you can get the e-book for the unbeatable price of 99 cents.

The blog tour for Braineater Jones closes soon! You can enter for free prizes with the form at the bottom of this post.

Now, on to our conversation with Stephen!

Congratulations on your new novel. In a few words, how would you describe your book to someone who hasn't heard about it?

BRAINEATER JONES is the story of an amnesiac zombie who sets out to solve his own murder.

Braineater Jones narrates the book. His POV provides some fascinating entertainment. How did you come to create his distinctive voice?

My publishing sister Kimberly Garnick Giarratano recently told me that voice may be my “mad skill.” I don’t know about all that, but I do know that Jones’s peculiar style flowed from a unique confluence of events.

First of all, I started out with a mission statement to write the purplest prose possible. Since noir is famous for its hammy writing style I considered it my duty to hew to tradition.

Second, I forced myself to write the entire manuscript in a month, a stricture which necessitated a liberal use of stream-of-consciousness to meet wordcount deadlines.

And, finally, I had just finished writing a novel in a deliberately clinical style, so I was perhaps subconsciously ready to flex my goofy muscle. (A “goofy muscle” is, of course, similar to a “funny bone” but slightly to the left.)

I think the overall effect is unique, but it’s basically just the best translation possible of my own internal monologue. (I believe it was Abraham Lincoln who once said, “My God, Vanessa’s got a smashing body. I bet she shags like a minx. How do I tell them that because of the unfreezing process I have no inner monologue? I…hope I didn’t say that out loud just now.”)

We enjoyed the novel's false start. It lets the reader know instantly that this is going to be a fun ride and to expect the unexpected. How do those little hooks come to you?

Oh, thanks. Oddly enough, that one in particular came about in a very practical manner. I started writing the manuscript at midnight on October 31/November 1 so the thought really occurred to me at the same time it occurred to the narrator. The opening line was always going to be “I woke up dead this morning” and the false start was a nice way to emphasize the weirdness of that statement in case the reader had glossed over it.

In general, though, a lot of my hooks came about just by applying Jonesworld™ logic to the real world. What would happen if someone was decapitated? Jones’s partner, the severed head Alcibé, answers that question. Would you feel a bond with the people you came back to life with? Hence the “morgue mates” Ivan and Kumaree. I’ll let you use your imagination in regards to the Old Man’s origins…

Tell us a bit about your background and how it equips you as a writer.

Well, my degree is in German and I’ve also studied French and (to a much lesser extent) Latin. I think foreign language study is wonderful, not only because it leaves you with a practical skill, but also because it gives you a unique understanding of grammar while generally avoiding turning you into a prescriptivist (aka “grammar Nazi.”) I particularly enjoyed putting my language skills to use for Braineater Jones, who I’m pretty sure never met a foreign phrase he couldn’t butcher, except on the rare occasions where it’s a clue to his identity.

With its pulp fiction look, the cover of Braineater Jones is wonderfully retro! How did that cover art come to be?

It was a hard choice for me between traditional oil paints or pastels. In the end, though, I think the oil really captured the mise-en-scène better. Some would say it’s unfair for me to compare my work to Leigh’s, but in a way I think she radiates my influence far more than the other way around…

No, just kidding, of course. This is about the best I can do in that sphere.

The real answer is an awed stage-whisper of, “I have NO IDEA.” My publisher asked me what I wanted and I said, “I dunno. A zombie, maybe? On, like, an old EC Comics background?” Then one night out of the blue she called me and said, “Come look at what Streetlight Graphics did!”

So Glendon Haddix from Streetlight had dummied up a dead-on replica of an old pulp novel background, replete with the 5¢ cost and everything. Then a few weeks later Kerry Jesberger had created the gory sexiness that is Jones’s face. How they did it I cannot tell you. Computers, I guess. Or maybe magnets? Who knows how those things work, anyway?

Hmm, it's probably wise that you left the cover to the professionals. 

The zombie genre is blooming, like decomposing hands rising from a field of shallow graves. (Sorry, now we're trying too hard.) Tell us, why do we love zombies?

That mixed metaphor is kind of weak tea to hang your hat on.

I wrote a really long answer to this question and then just deleted it. For some reason I always wax grandiloquent on this subject, so I’ll try to keep it short. Basically, a zombie simultaneously answers all of our dreams AND fears about eternal life. I think on a subconscious level people realize that the price a zombie pays for immortality (mindlessness, ravenousness, eternal rot) is far more realistic and equitable than the price a vampire or a highlander pays (sexiness? super strength? improved swordsmanship?)

Additionally, from a protagonist’s perspective, zombies are the perfect, guilt-free target. As our understanding of the world gradually turns from black-and-white us-against-them to a panoply of grays, it’s refreshing to see an enemy that you can hate (and destroy) without any ethical qualms. Mindless, violent, dangerous, untameable, inhuman, soulless, unnatural, devoid of history, home, or family – everything that would make you think twice about pulling a trigger on a human being is blissfully absent from the living dead. I’m glad from a cultural perspective that we’re thinking more highly of our fellow human beings now, but sometimes I just want to blow off my atavistic aggression on a deserving target. As our list of “deserving targets” diminishes the appeal of zombies as antagonists increases.

Also, gore is awesome.

You have a reputation as somewhat of a zombie savant, well-versed in zombie books and film. So, as a primer for those who are Unread when it comes to the Undead, what do you regard as the classic zombie reads?

I do? I would say “flattery will get you nowhere with me” but everyone knows that’s a lie.

If I had to say “read one book and no other” that would be THE RISING by Brian Keene. End of statement.

However, I think THE ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE might be a better primer for the uninitiated, because it’s funny and clinical and not likely to cause nightmares. WORLD WAR Z, despite its almost farcically unrelated film adaptation, is generally considered the WAR AND PEACE of the zombie genre. After that, I’d say lean into some more Keene or maybe Jonathan Maberry.

Some zombie novels are mash-ups a la Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and I Am Scrooge: A Zombie Story for Christmas. What do you think of those? Who would Braineater Jones like to mash up with?

I honestly haven’t read PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES because I never read Louisa May Alcott. (Or whoever the heck wrote PRIDE AND PREJUDICE.) Honestly, I’m not sure whether that admission is going to cost me my street cred as a horror author, or augment it. Now something like WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S STAR WARS I think I would enjoy, since I’m familiar with both of the sources. But until someone convinces me to read…is it Charlotte Brontë?...I’m not sure I’m going to enjoy those regency-era mash-ups.

As for mashing up JONES, isn’t it already a mash-up? Not to dodge the question, but I always thought of it as a mash-up between Dashiell Hammett and George Romero. Not sure if it would survive a third mash. I suppose if this is like a “what’s your wildest fantasy?”-type question my answer would have to be…FIFTY SHADES OF BRAIN.

What's playing on Braineater's iPod? (Yeah, we know he lived, er, existed, in the '30s.)

Oh, gosh, well, now I’m not sure how to answer this question. I don’t really know ‘30s music. I suppose Jones would probably be a jazz fan, but the only jazz singer-type people I know are Miles Standish and Jango Fett.

Um…if we’re taking him out of time (and I suppose the existence of an iPod means we are) I think he’d probably be a big fan of The Misfits, Six Feet Under, and Helloween.

What's next on your writing calendar? More zombies?

Please. There’s ALWAYS room for zombies.

I’m still about midway through the sidequel to my sophomore novel THE GHOUL ARCHIPELAGO. Then there will be a third book in that series to wrap up the loose ends. So plenty more zombie action to come.

But as for what I’ll be working on next, with NaNoWriMo sneaking up on us so stealthily, I think I’ll be putting aside everything to work on a sort of a steampunk retelling of a high fantasy story I was working on during the war called KINGDOM.

Okay, let's get a bit more personal. Tell us five random things about you!

I have 9 tattoos but I’ve been under the needle 13 times. (Oooh, tantalizing…)
I won the award for top English student in high school.
I have never seen Titanic, Top Gun, Rocky, or Dirty Dancing. (Man, that ought to get your forums buzzing…)
I’m bringing inch-wides ties back. If you’re wearing an inch-wide…you stole that from me.
I think that there is no culinary experience on earth that can compare to a cheesesteak from Jim’s on South Street.

Hmm, we're guessing there were some do-overs in the body art, but we'll leave those details to the imaginations of our readers. 

Stephen, thanks for talking with us today, and for writing such an entertaining, well-told story. One final question. Should we be at all concerned for you?

Sigh…yes. I wasn’t going to bring this up, but since you asked…I suffer from a rare disorder known as…liber…pecuniam…itosis. Yes, that sounds good. Liberpecuniamitosis. It’s similar to Benjamin Button disease, except instead of aging in reverse, I age in direct inverse proportion to my book sales. The only cure is…sigh…for lots of people to buy my book. I’m sorry I put all that on you.

All joking aside, thanks for having me! The questions were challenging and thought-provoking. It’s been most enjoyable being here.

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Bargain Kindle books: Hallowe'en edition!

Here is today's spooky selection of bargain Kindle books!

31 Quick Halloween Costumes for Kids: Last Minute Ideas for Busy Parents, by Jodi Jill. (Still 0.99?)

Scary thought: Need to come up with a last-minute kid's costume for tonight? Fear no more! Here are 31 costumes you can assemble in an hour or less.

Halloween is here! Do you know what your child wants to be on this fun holiday? If you don’t have too much time left to decide, you need "31 Quick Halloween Costumes for Kids: Last Minute Ideas for Busy Parents." Avoiding the high prices of store bought costumes and giving the kids a good look, these ideas will put a smile on any child’s face.

Offering 31 costume suggestions that could be put together in less than 60 minutes, this ebook shares ideas appropriate for youngsters age 4 to 15. Valuable information for parents on a tight budget and who want to refrain from spending hours.

Offering tips and ideas, the Halloween costumes are perfect for trick-or-treating in the neighborhood or a party at school. Based on personal experience, this guide shares how to utilize products around the home to make a Halloween costume.

In this book, "31 Quick Halloween Costumes for Kids: Last Minute Ideas for Busy Parents," readers will find out:

- How to make one particular popular kid's costume for less than a buck
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- How to use favorite toys and dolls in several costume ideas

The idea behind this guide is simple. Not every parent can run out and buy an expensive costume at the last minute for use on one day. Plus the memories of putting together a Halloween look with a child is priceless. So why not make a costume with your child in less than 60 minutes. It will be fun!

23 pages.

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Addictive Paranormal Reads Halloween Box Set, by Nana Malone. (Still 0.99?)

"Great Hallowe'en box set! I've read the majority of the works in this collection and it's perfect for the season. While some reads sent chills up my spine, others were very romantic! Just like a pumpkin full of candy... some milk chocolate, some dark... and some unexpected treats, too! And the price is right!" -- Amazon reviewer

Welcome to the Addictive Reads celebration of all things paranormal. In anticipation of the spooky season, 10 great authors have each chipped in one of their paranormal-themed short stories, novellas, or full-length novels, 1,000 pages, all rated 4-stars or above. Travel with us as we guide you on a Halloween-themed journey through some great paranormal reads. Unlike some neighborhoods that only hand out teaser-samplers, our candy is all full and complete stories, whether tasty truffle short-stories or an epic-length novel, guaranteed to leave the reader satisfied!

What will each author drop into your basket as you knock upon their door? Will you find a haunted house? Hot, sexy vampires? Evil witches or good ones? Perhaps a house of horror filled with rodents? Or maybe this year's Halloween spooks are benevolent creatures? Protectors? Fairies? Whispers from your subconscious and gut feelings? The last house on the block, however, is the most terrifying one. For Death lives there.

Come … as we journey to the first house…

Rising Above - by USA Today and New York Times Bestselling author Stacey Joy Netzel: Ryan never gave much thought to reincarnation—until Ali triggers terrifying visions that feel like real life. If he can’t convince her to believe before their adversary makes the next move, he’ll lose her all over again. 112 pages (Romance/Paranormal/Suspense)

Something to Live For - by Natalie G. Owens: Fifteen years ago, one fateful day bound the lives of two perfect strangers... 40 pages (Romance/Contemporary/Paranormal)

King of Rats: A Short Story - by Gregory Carrico: Will the King of Alley Rats risk everything for his throne and his pack, or leave it all behind for a pretty mouse in distress' 34 pages (Horror/Occult)

Reluctant Protector - by USA Today Bestselling Author Nana Malone: Cassie's brother's experiments have made her a stronger, faster, better human. To rescue her friends, she’ll have to depend on former war correspondent, Seth Adams. Cassie might not think she needs his protection, but he’ll die before he lets Peter have her back. (18+) 95 pages (Urban Fantasy/Suspense/Adult 18+)

Dead Lily Blooms: A Short Story - by Lizzie Starr: A Gatherer makes a deal with Death to bring him the soul of a vampire, but a little thing called love gets in the way… 27 pages (Fantasy/Vampire)

The Consuming: A Short Story - by Rhonda Hopkins: When Serena inherits her uncle's mansion, she uncovers a mystery that could cost more than her sanity. As the house reveals its dark secrets, she’ll settle for escaping with her life—if it isn’t already too late. 31 pages (Horror/Ghosts)

Storm on the Horizon - by award-winning author Meredith Bond: Tatiana has a secret–but Kit Vallentyn discovers her hidden ability to wield powerful magic. To weather the storm of their desires, they have to peel away the layers of secrets to discover the simple truth of their love. 63 pages (Romance/ Historical/Fantasy)

Big Trouble in China - by C.C. MacKenzie: A hot and spicy romance about a Vampyre falling in love with his junior colleague. Think Buffy meets Blade... 109 pages (18+) (Romance/Paranormal/Vampires/Adult 18+)

The Valentine Grinch - by Sheila Seabrook: When Amanda's dead grandfather enlists her help to thwart her grandmother's Valentine-day wedding, laughs, and love, ensue… 68 pages (Romance/ Comedy/Ghosts)

Angel of Death: A Love Story - by Anna Erishkigal: The Angel of Death falls in love with a mortal in this tale of true love, reincarnation, and forgiveness that spans from ancient Carthage to the Iraq

4.5-star rating from 4 reviews.

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The Sleeping Beauty Mystery, by Kate Kindle. (Still free?)

"Tricks and treats! This is a perfect little story, just in time for Halloween. Set in the scenic New York State Adirondack region, this fun mystery is a quick read with some unexpected twists and turns. The characters really come to life. Definitely recommend this little thriller." -- Amazon reviewer

As Halloween approaches, Brooklyn born Tony Gullo stops dead in his tracks in a little mountain town when he sees a vision, a sleepwalking beauty who looks like an angel. Darla Ellingsworth has had a whole lifetime of trouble in her young life, and her best friend, Elizabeth, was killed and is buried in Saranac Lake’s cemetery. Darla can’t remember how it happened, though she was right there, shortly after she was crowned Queen of Neewollah five years ago! This is a story of Halloween romance, of a young woman haunted by an elusive and painful memory. She sleepwalks along the lake to find out the events that happened there. But the answers don’t lie at the lake. They lie within the prison walls of her mind. If only she and Tony can find the key!

35 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 3 reviews.

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Fargoer, by Petteri Hannila. (Still 0.99?)

A highly-rated mythological fantasy, recently translated from the original Finnish edition.

If you buy (or already have) the printed book, the ebook is free, through Amazon's new Matchbook program.

Tip: buy the print book as a gift for that fantasy-loving reader you know, and get the ebook for yourself as a Matchbook freebie!

"Mystical, captivating and lively, these short stories are based on some lovable folklore storylines of the North, characters that are deeply embedded in the people's minds, together with strong feelings and passionate interactions between legendary humans. Tons of wisdom could be rediscovered throughout the pages of the whole Fargoer sequence. The language is authentic and colourful, style is unique, thus rendering this read really pleasurable." -- Amazon reviewer

Vierra is a young woman among the Kainu people, a tribe of age-old traditions and ways. Hers is the grim and solitary existence of a woman cursed with greatness and destiny.

Can she break her path painted in stone and find a place for herself in her tribe and in her turmoil-filled world? Or will she become ... the Fargoer?

Fargoer is a unique, myth-like fantasy novel set in an age when Vikings haunted the seas, and northern lands were covered with dark and unbreachable forests. It is a story of a single stubborn woman against the harsh world, and the destiny that is set against her.

New cover art by Ida Jansson. Chapter art by Anne Petelius.

204 pages, with a 4.0-star rating from 21 reviews.

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Halloween Fun - Scary - Spooky Fun For The Entire Family, by Dede Dyer. (Still 0.99?)

"The ultimate Hallowe'en guide! As its name suggests this book is great fun! It grips you from the first with the author's story and keeps the reader guessing as to what to expect. It then cleverly weaves in Halloween legends, games and activities to make this book absorbing and absolutely entertaining. It's not just for the kids either; it's great for the entire family. The book is very well thought through and even has a section on safety. I also love the author's tongue-in-cheek humor. You will also fine "spine chilling" graphics that enhance the mood. Web links are provided to youtube clips and other resources. I reckon this makes the book a complete guide to Halloween. All in all a wonderful read - Highly recommended." -- Amazon reviewer

Halloween Fun - Scary, Spooky Fun For The Entire Family

Here is your complete resource guide for everything Halloween, including Halloween Games - Halloween Themes - Halloween Recipes and much, much more...

REVISED AND UPDATED... Dede makes it easy to create the ultimate Halloween blast!

Included inside Halloween Fun is a Web Resource Guide containing the best Halloween Recipes - Costumes - Makeup - Audio Ghost Stories - and much, much more that Dede painstakingly researched and added to her collection throughout the years.

If you're looking for some disgustingly delicious Halloween recipes what about Eyeball Soup - Swamp Juice or Spider Cupcakes to name a few that will have your guests coming back for more and talking about your unique concoctions for a long time to come.

Dede's Included The Best Original Halloween Games And Themes For Kids And Adults From Her Spooktacular Treasure Chest Collections.


Pump up the volume and boogie down to the soundtrack sensation, as seen in the music video Halloween Fun Dance Party, now showing across the web and included inside Halloween Fun.

Also Included:
World-Wide Haunted Houses and Spooky Walking Tours
At the speed of a click you can visit Haunted Houses and Spooky Walking Tours across the country or across the world. You've got to see it to believe it!

Halloween Fun Is Chock-Full of Halloween Images
Throughout Halloween Fun you'll find vivid, humorous and scary images that kids and adults will get a hoot out of.

Your Halloween will never be the same with instant resources at your fingertips and Dede's imaginative ideas to help you kick-start the ultimate Spooktacular party.

145 pages, with a 4.8-star rating from 24 reviews.

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