Thursday, October 16, 2014

Two Years of Creepy Hollow: Time for a GIVEAWAY!

Some of you will remember that I first began publishing Creepy Hollow as a series of novelettes (Guardian, Labyrinth, Traitor, Masquerade ...). That began in March 2012, so more than two years ago. But the first NOVEL, the compilation of those four parts along with a couple of bonus scenes, which formed The Faerie Guardian, was published in October 2012. TWO YEARS AGO THIS MONTH!

Creepy Hollow has done better out there than I could ever have hoped, and its two-year anniversary is an excellent time to celebrate!

You could win a set of all three Creepy Hollow paperbacks, or a signed Creepy Hollow postcard and bookmark. This giveaway is open internationally :-)


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Aren't you amazed how many stories you've published now? Congratulations!

Tyrean Martinson said...

Congratulations on all your writing, hard work, and publishing!!! Way to go! Now, I need to catch up on my reading with your series . . . my youngest daughter really wants the next book. :)

Sheena-kay Graham said...

Congrats Rachel you have accomplished so much! I wish you all the best and loads more success. I have been a fan of the series from the start and so happy you did it justice.

Cathy Keaton said...

Congrats, Rach! I remember reading those novelettes way back when before you compiled them all into a novel. That's awesome!

Also, you may have typed in the wrong date into your post for when you released the first novel. It says "October 2014," when you probably meant to write "October 2012."

Rachel Morgan said...

Thank you!

Tyrean, it's great to hear that your daughter is reading the series :-)

Cathy, oops! Thanks for pointing that out! I've corrected it now (and realised that I copied that text into the newsletter I sent out yesterday, so that will also have the wrong date. Oh dear!).

Anonymous said...

Oh, how I would love these paperbacks. Crossing my fingers!!

Farwa Ibrahim said...

Awesome you totally deserve it. Creepy Hollow is the best novella I read this year. Many congratulations hun