On Demon Wings ARC Giveaway!

I’m going to be embark­ing on a blog tour for On Demon Wings a week before the release. As I’ll be send­ing the par­tic­i­pat­ing blog­gers ARCs of On Demon Wings ahead of time, I thought some lucky folks should share in the fun too.

(it’s early morn­ing as I type this, par­don me if I don’t make sense).

As such, I’m going to do a give­away. It will run from today (April 23rd) until Fri­day the 27th. This is for five e-format copies of On Demon Wings which will be emailed to the win­ners on May 2nd.

The only stip­u­la­tion is that these are ARCs — Advanced Review Copies — so ide­ally I’d like the win­ners to review the book on GoodReads or Amazon/B&N (though the lat­ter will have to go live there first on May 13th).

a Raf­fle­copter giveaway

There was a lovely book tour last week for Lying Season/the series. I think you’ll get a kick out of this guest post I did for Book­ish Babes:

The Dream Cast of Lying Season

I also revealed Where I Write and did a quick Inter­view.

I also want to share this won­der­ful review of Dark­house from We Eat YA (Super­nat­ural pics FTW)


  1. Andrea Underhill says

    The Shin­ing is still prob­a­bly the scari­est movie I’ve ever seen. The old lady in the tub … the twins … *shiv­ers*. Pol­ter­geist runs a close 2nd, though.

    The form wouldn’t let me enter every­thing in the lit­tle boxes, but I’m @123turtles on Twit­ter and I have liked you on Face­book. I was able to paste the link where I tweeted about the giveaway.

  2. Amber says

    Scari­est movie for me is a toss up between 13 Ghosts and House on Haunted Hill. I watched them once and that was more then enough for me.

  3. EEM says

    Like some­one else, I tried to answer the ques­tion but was unable to do it prop­erly. I am going to buck the clas­sic movie trend (even though I do heart The Exor­cist). I was very scared when I recently watched The Haunt­ing in Con­necti­cut. I feel like there are actu­ally a lot of com­mon “scare” ele­ments between that movie and the EIT books–ie fright from more psy­cho­log­i­cal, or sus­pense ori­ented scares, rather than gross or psy­chotic ones. Also a kind of questioning–is what I am see­ing real, or the prod­uct of med­ica­tion or a men­tal break?–that is not answered until it’s too late to avoid the con­se­quences of self doubt.

  4. Alicia says

    The only movie to ever give me night­mares was Event Hori­zon. I don’t know what it was about the movie, but it scared the crap out of me. I still love watch­ing it even at the risk of hav­ing a night­mare. I con­sider myself a hor­ror movie fanatic. I’ve watched all sorts, from the clas­sic slash­ers, to the found footage to gore fests, it takes a lot to really scare me.

  5. elyse says

    well i wanted to answer the ques­tion above to enter the con­test but it didn’t work so i fig­ured i’d answer here…

    so my first thought was the exor­cist, i remem­ber that i watched it my sopho­more year of college…alone…in my dormroom…with all the lights off…apparently i was an idiot! my room­mate came home and found me hud­dled under my com­forter with only a lit­tle open­ing to see through with the movie on and a box of mal­lo­mars in front of me…

    but then i remem­bered the first time i saw the blair witch project…i had got­ten a rough cut of the film and my boyfriend was vis­it­ing so we started watch­ing it the last night he was in town around 11 or midnight…and when it was done we went to bed and the next day he left and that night, i had to sleep with all the lights on in my room because i was still com­pletely freaked out by the movie!

    so for me, i think that the blair witch project might be my most ter­ri­fy­ing movie…

  6. krystal hollon says

    I dont have a scari­est movie because none really scare me but I was told that The Cube was a seri­ously scary movie and all it did was make me laugh.…Now the first scary movie was Jason at the drive in when I was 6 years old. My fam­ily did not watch dis­ney or any froo froo crap. My dis­ney was Vin­cent Price, It came from out­er­space, The Exor­cist etc. Yeah I know it sounds really messed up but hey, noth­ing makes me scared now. I laugh in the face of danger.

  7. Cassandra Brown says

    Hell­raiser was one movie that really freaked me out. Those guys with the teeth and pin face…creepy.

  8. Melissa Buckalew says

    he Exor­cist is the scari­est movie I’ve ever seen. I find it to be a very plau­si­ble story line. It makes since that if we have Good that we would also need Evil to bal­ance us out.

  9. alicia marie says

    the scari­est movie i’ve ever seen was the ring. it doesn’t scare me any­more, but in the the­aters it really flipped me out : )

  10. Georgeanna says

    The Exor­cist still wins. I had night­mares for­ever after that movie. Can’t watch it to this day.

  11. Carrie P. says

    The Exor­cist was still the scari­est movie I’ve ever seen…well. actu­ally only half way seen since I didn’t make it through the whole thing. Oh, and there’s also Poltergi­est when the clown comes out from under­neath the bed. GAHHHHHHH!

  12. Megan says

    The scari­est movie I’ve ever seen is a toss up between The Entity and The Exor­cist. Both scared the hell out of me, but I think The Entity has a slight edge because of the creepy as hell music that comes on when the attacks occur. It gives me chills every time I watch it.

  13. Robert Zimmermann says

    The scari­est movie I have seen was Labyrinth. David Bowie and his.…tights…are very creepy. I love the movie though since it’s just so out there. I don’t really get scared by movies so this is the clos­est I can think of. Haha. It’s more of a WT* sorta of funny scare.

    • Esther Gerdzen says

      My scari­est movie was Pol­ter­geist! I watched it when i was five years old i got some night­mares when that was over after that i could watch every scarie movie with­out night­mares :-)

    • krystal hollon says

      LOL! David Bowie is very scary in tights. Is that a vienna sausage in is pants or a snausage.…LOL!

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