Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Masque of the Red Death Week Giveaway!

Now that I have told you how amazing this book is I am pretty sure you want to get your hands on a copy!

I am giving away one copy of the book (ordered from Book Depository) and some sweet Masque goodies. The giveaway is INTERNATIONAL.

Bethany has kindly provided some leather bracelets and bookmarks.


There will be 2 winners.

Prize # 1- A copy of the book, bookmark and bracelet
Prize # 2 - bookmark and bracelet

The bracelets are AMAZING and come with a quote from the book on them.

Thank you again Bethany for the goodies for giveaway.

You can enter by using the Rafflecopter form below! Good luck!

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38 comments:

  1. I've only read The Raven but I really liked it. One of the few things we studied at school that I actually enjoyed. I have to read some more Poe.

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  2. I have never read any of his work. Shame on me :)
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  3. I adore Anabell Lee, Raven a.nd Alone

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  4. My favorite story written by Edgar Allan Poe is The Tell Tale Heart. I also like his poem Annabel Lee. :)

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  5. I am ashamed to admit this, but... I haven't read anything of Poe's work :S DON'T HATE ME! If it makes up for anything, I've read Nevermore by Kelley Creagh, which has a lot of Poe inspiration in it. And I loved that book!!

    SO excited to read this though, it sounds AMAZING!! Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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    1. I haven't read anything by Poe either! Whoops.. Thanks for the chance to win, this book sure sounds interesting!

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  6. My favorite has to be The Raven, just because I actually live in Baltimore and our football team is the Ravens and we have some lines from the poem on some of the shirts. It's just the most well-known around here. I also like The Tell-Tale Heart.

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  7. I've only read The Tell Tale Heart, but I thought it was really good. Should definitely read more of his work :)

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  8. Growing up in Germany, I have never really read anything by Poe, which I'm definitely regretting now. I've read various other authors though like Goethe or Schiller. :D

    Thank you so much for the lovely giveaway, my dear! :)

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  9. I'm from Romania and I haven't heard about it before. But I'm looking forward reading something by him. :)

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  10. Oh man, there are so many great ones to choose from. Maybe The Tell- Tale Heart, because it probably creeps me out the most. Awesome giveaway!

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  11. I don't think I read many but I definitely love The Tell-Tale Heart.

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  12. Thanks for the giveaway! I like Poe's proto-scifi tales.

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  14. I adore the poem, Annabell Lee, which I find both sweet and sad (and pretty much as cheerful as Poe gets).

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  15. I already bought the book, but darn, those bracelets look GOOOOOOOD! :D My favorite Poe's story would be the one about a guy getting walled in - not sure what it was called and I'm unfortunately too lazy to look it up (or hide my laziness for that matter) - but I'm sure you know it, it's really famous! A while ago I've read like a whole book filled with Poe's stories and there were some truly wicked ones.. Can't remember the titles, tho xD *bad brain.. no good*
    Anyhoo! Awesome to see you supporting this book so much, Kathy! Can't wait to read it! :)

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  16. I ADORE Edgar Allan Poe. I'm obsessed with his work. As for my favourite piece of work from him . . . it would have to be between The Raven (it's a classic) and Annabel Lee. But honestly I love everything by him. Thanks for this cool giveaway!

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  17. The Raven because honestly it's the only work by EAP that I've read. :D

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  18. I've only read the Tell-Tale Heart, but I found it really good!

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  19. The Cask of Amontillado is probably my favorite! I'm really looking forward to reading Masque of the Red Death. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  20. I love Edgar Allen Poe. My favorite stories is Hop Frog.
    I look forward to reading the Masque of the Red Death. I like different versions of it!

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  21. supper excited about this contest. I love edger allen poe.I can't wait!!!

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  22. The Raven is my favorite poem ever :)

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  23. I'm a fan of the Tell-Tale Heart

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  24. The Raven because it's awesomesauce!
    Thank you so much for the amazing giveaway! *crosses fingers*

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  25. My favorite poems have to be "The Bells" and "The Conqueror Worm." :D I loved Poe as a preteen/teenager, I should revisit him one of these days.

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  26. I love a many of his work but one of my favorites is The Bells!

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  27. Haven't read any of his works yet...^^" Hurrhurr. :P Thanks for this giveaway anyway!

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  28. I've only read thing of his, and that was only for school. But it was The Raven and I actually really liked it. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. My favourite has to be The Raven!!!

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  30. Ah, thanks a ton for this giveaway!

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  31. Oh, God, I haven't read ANYTHING by him... This is bad... I can't really answer this question properly, so I'm just going to say that this is a great giveaway! :)

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  32. I'm not sure which Poe story is my favorite...I really enjoy Masque of the Red Death and the Fall of the House of Usher... so maybe it's both xD

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  33. Hmm, probably Tell Tale Heart. Sooooo creepy.

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  34. My favorite Poe story is Fall of the House of Usher.

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