Oct 4, 2012

FrightFall Read-a-Thon: Mini Challenges!

The FrightFall Read-a-Thon is hosted by Michelle a.k.a The True Book Addict at her read-a-thon dedicated blog Seasons of Reading

The first mini challenge is hosted by My Seryniti

To participate in this mini challenge, visit the post HERE!

The challenge:

You’re sitting by a campfire with some friends. The wind is blowing and the air is just getting that crisp feeling. The beach is just a few feet in front of you and you can hear the surf crashing upon the shore.

Now… answer these questions.
  • Who would you want warming you up?! - Tod from Rachel Vincent's Soul Screamers series.
  • What are you listening to? - Music, probably some beautiful, yet a little eerie movie music, like Summer Overture.
  • What snacks would you have? - Chips, coffee and marshmallow.
  • We know you brought a book, which one is it!? - The Hallowed Ones by Laura Bickle.
  • It’s your turn to tell a spooky story, which one is it going to be?  - Chris Priestley's Climb Not

And just for fun but not part of the challenge…
  • Do you celebrate Halloween? - No, not really, 'cause we don't celebrate it here, unless you count my participation every year in this read-a-thon, and other Halloween themed read-a-thons & blogging events in October ;)
  • What’s your fav horror story? - D.J. MacHale's The Light - I love this book.
  • Fav type of villain? (Vamp, zombie, etc) - I'm a big fan of zombies, but at the moment, I love ghosts & ghost stories.
  • Fav horror movie? - Sleepy Hollow
  • Fav bad guy! - Voldemort
  • Halloween costume you plan on wearing (or would) this year. - I won't be wearing one, but if I did celebrate Halloween, I would go as Anna Dressed in Blood from the same book, she's amazing, and that would be awesome costume!


The second mini challenge is hosted by Must Read Faster

To participate in this mini challenge, visit the post HERE!


 The challenge:

Find the creepiest picture, video, or story. 

I decided for this picture:

4 comments:

  1. LOVE that picture!! Ohhh... Sleepy Hollow! Fabulous!!!

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  2. Great answers! I couldn't imagine no Halloween, but I guess if you're used to not celebrating, you wouldn't really miss it. Halloween was a big part of my growing up and still remains one of my fave holidays, second only to Christmas. It's sad that kids can't celebrate at school anymore like they used to. We used to have Halloween parties and dressed up every year for school on Halloween.

    Awesome creepy pic too!

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    1. Yeah, but it is American holiday, and since I'm not from there, I don't really miss it, although I've always thought it was a cool holiday :D and I love when there's a Halloween episode in my fav tv series :)
      I know how it is with fav holidays in our childhood, they have special place in our hearts :)
      And too bad they're not dressing up anymore in the schools, that's always fun, I used to love dressing up for school on April 1st, we do that here for April Fools' Day :)

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