Thursday, September 18, 2008

Contest! Win Free Stuff!


Win When Twilight Burns Book 4 Of the Gardella Vampire Chronicles by Colleen Gleason. I also have a few more vampire goodies to add to the prize!


Comment me or email me either suggestions of vampire books I should read (that I have not read yet) or a song you think would belong on a vampire playlist.


Contest will end Monday, September 29th.


Good luck!

2 comments:

HylianVampire said...

This series looks really interesting. I'd definitely liked to be entered to win this book, even though its the 4th.

Hmm well i'll just list vampire books:

-Vampire Diaries by L.J. Smith
-Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz
-Vampire Beach by Alex Duval
-Bloodsucking Fiends and You Suck by Christopher Moore
-Otherworldlies by Jennifer Anne Kogler
-City of Bones series by Cassandra Clare
-I am Legend (the book, not the movie!!) by Richard Matheson
-House of Night series by P.C. and Kristen Cast
-Peeps and the Last Days by Scott Westerfeld
-Vampire High by Douglass Rees

and a song that i think would belong on a vampire playlist:

Oh Oh Oh Sexy Vampire by Fright Ranger http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7XoC4Tf_X8

I'm obsessed with this song at the moment. i love the little story you get from it, and the beat is great!

hylianvampire [at] hotmail [dot] com

ind13punk said...

You've probably have read all the vampire books so I'll go with a song:

We Ate Eachother by The Robot Ate Me. This one would go in a mellow indie kinda vampire playlist, though.

lyrics:

Lets sit around,
Feast on each other,
Our cells broken apart by our teeth,
We celebrate! we dance around!
We celebrate! we dance around!
Until you died, until you died,
Until you died, until you died.

Held your hands in mine,
But they were lukewarm,
All night and the next,
All night and the next,
We waited for you to wake up.

We celebrate! we dance around!
We celebrate! we dance around!
Until you died, until you died,
Until you died, until you died.

We tried to bring you back,
We tried to bring you back,
But it was too late, it was too late.

Held your hands in mine,
But they were lukewarm,
All night and the next,
All night and the next.