Enter to win a free e-book!

This is what my office looked like when I arrived Monday morning:

My secretary did a good job, didn’t she? I especially like the giant spider on my chair. I’ve moved the webs away from my chair and monitor so I can work, but the rest remain. Very festive. (The giant gavel, the serotonin model, the Freud toys, and the Scream blow-up doll are always there. As are the piles of papers. And no windows. I never have any windows.)

So, it’s Halloween, which has always been one of my favorite holidays. And NaNoWriMo is about to begin. This will be my fourth NaNo year and an especially busy one, but I’m going to give it a shot anyway. I’m really itching to get started on the new novel, which will be a Good Bones sequel. So, to celebrate Halloween and NaNo, I’m giving away an e-copy of Good Bones. Who wouldn’t want a hipster werewolf to spend some time with?

To enter to win, just leave a comment below, in which you answer this question: If you were to dress up for Halloween this year, what would your costume be? Also leave your email address. I’ll randomly choose a winner on Saturday, November 2, at noon Pacific time.

23 thoughts on “Enter to win a free e-book!

  1. *LOL* Your secretary is great! I do love how you celebrate Halloween over there. Here we don’t even notice this as a special day. Well, you can buy some stuff in some stores and some few people celebrate it but not it in the office and not during work time. Well, so I went never to a Halloween party or had to dress up for Halloween. I guess I would dress up this year my costume would be a magician. chaoskir ad gmail com

  2. Ha! That’s cool that she did up your office.
    If I were to dress up for Halloween I would love to dress up as a zombie. I know it sounds stupid but I think it would have the best effect, because of how the year was. All those crazy, zombies are coming, moments.
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  3. En la región de España en la que vivo, esta fiesta se llama “Samaín” es una palabra de origen gaelico que significa “fin del verano”.
    La noche del 31 al 1 es una de las más peligrosas del año porque se abren las puertas que separan el mundo de los vivos y de los muertos y las ánimas pueden venir a visitar las casas de sus familias para calentarse y tomar algo de alimento y muchas veces para hacer cosas que han quedado inacabadas.

    También es la época en que las familias van a visitar a sus difuntos y engalanan los sepulcros con flores.

    Aprovecho para desearte un feliz Halloween o si prefieres un feliz Samaín.

    • Samain sounds a like like Dia de los Muertos, which is celebrated in Mexico and in parts of the US that have a big Mexican influence. My favorite part is the decorated sugar skulls. 🙂

  4. Hipster werewolves sound good to me! If I had any gear, I guess I could dress up as a Giants player (already orange and black, you know).

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  5. I would dress up as an Egyptian pharoah. I’ll do it if I finish the pyramid costume for my nephew and the mummy costume for my son in time.

    And I’d love a copy of Good Bones!

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