Late night burrito or something more...interesting? Girls' Ghost Hunting Guide giveaway!

To celebrate a year of writing Haunted Stuff, and Forget-Me-Nots: A Boxcar Children's Guide to Adventure, I'm giving away a signed copy of the Girls' Ghost Hunting Guide! I love ghost stories, as you can tell, so to enter, write a ten-word ghost story and post it in the comments below or submit it on the Girls' Ghost Hunting Guide facebook page by October 16th. Winner will be announced on October 17th - US residents only. Good luck!

19 comments:

  1. Good luck to the Yank who gets their hands on it!

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  2. I already have a copy, but I'll enjoy everyone's submissions. :)

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  3. Mist spilled onto the porch. Her date formed, and knocked.

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  4. Greasy gray, the silent mist
    Beheld through death rimmed eyes.

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  5. I'm hiding under the bed from Bill's ghost story.

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  6. I challenged him to see who could come up with one. I thought he was busy watching Dancing With the Stars. Drat.

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  7. Running! Screaming! "Help me, mommy!" Green fog settles. She's gone.....
    pennyestelle@yahoo.com

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  8. I put your contest out and a few people responded...

    Is someone there? ....Just breath....... dont turn around...... he's here......
    Kari Delgado
    kdelgado75@yahoo.com

    Ghouls, Goblins, Garroted Gnomes...gathering, groaning, grinning. Gotcha! GO HOME!
    Sylvia Peterman
    fpeterman2@cox.net

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  10. Searching, seeking, and desperately lonely... until she finally found GhostSingles.com.

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  11. The shadows drenched the bloody knife like the mists of a forgotten time. The end.

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  12. Ghost floated by, dissolved my brain, together we haunt mindlessly.

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  13. Y'all are missing your true calling. Quit those day jobs and become ghost story writers with me!

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  14. Spinning clay enveloped my fingers as the wind cried "Swayze..."

    :D

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