Monday, September 28, 2009

Ghoulishly Great Halloween Goodies from The 69 Eyes and Terri Garey!

Halloween's come a little earlier this year, my pretties!

I simply couldn't wait until October to give out candy. :-)

I've already begun my month of Halloween fun by putting together some ghoulishly great goodies to give away to my readers: a "coffin case" bundle from The 69 Eyes, and two "Paranormal Party" gift baskets, complete with signed books from some of the hottest new authors in today's paranormal fiction, and music that's "fangtastic" enough to wake the dead and set them to dancing!

My favorite vampire rockers, The 69 Eyes, and The End Records were cool enough to send me this awesome Limited Edition "Back In Blood" Coffin Case set. It features a silk-screened, velvet-lined “coffin case,” a deluxe CD/DVD version of their new CD, Back In Blood, a original “Zombie Love” comic book written, drawn and autographed by the band's lead singer, Jyrki69, an autographed “Dead Girls Are Easy” import CD single, an exclusive T-shirt, and a digital download of the album.

What? You haven't listened to Dead Girls Are Easy, a rock n' roll tribute to "dead girls" everywhere, inspired by my award-winning Nicki Styx series? Where've you been hiding - in a dark coffin? A foggy graveyard? Wake up and smell the zombies, ghoulfriend!

<a href="http://the69eyes.bandcamp.com/track/dead-girls-are-easy">Dead Girls Are Easy by The 69 Eyes</a>


"All they wanted to do is rock...." Ahem.

In addition, I've put together these super spooky gift baskets, stuffed with ghostly goodies like signed copies of SECRET LIFE OF A VAMPIRE by Kerrelyn Sparks, and DAYHUNTER by Jocelynn Drake. There's even a cute little coffin tin of mints in each basket, along with Limited Edition beaded bookmarks and a "Raise A Little Hell with Nicki Styx" magnet!

I'll be giving away the "Pumpkin Graveyard" basket on October 10th, the "Spider" basket on October 17th, and the Coffin Case collection on - when else? - October 31st!

To find out more, go to my special TRICK OR TREAT page, and enter to win.

Good luck, ghoulfriends, and Happy Halloween!

11 comments:

Pat Cochran said...

Great giveaways, Terri!
I'm off to check out the details!

Pat Cochran

librarypat said...

WHAT A GREAT GIVEAWAY! You certainly have gone out of your way to put together something special for Halloween.

Terri Garey said...

Thanks, Pat (and Pat) :-),

I love Halloween, and I loved putting these baskets together. Can't wait to see who wins them!

Minna said...

I haven't listened very much of The 69 Eyes, but it's one of those bands you hear about here in Finland, even on radio channels that don't really play the kind of music The 69 Eyes plays.

Heather C said...

Thanks for the great giveway!!! Gotta love Oct...my honey and I celebrate our 7th year anniversary on Halloween. :)

Terri Garey said...

Hi, Minna! The new 69 Eyes album has a very "rock n' roll" sound this time around, which I love. Glad to know they're getting their fair share of airplay in Finland!

Terri Garey said...

Happy Anniversary, Heather! I'm coming up on my 18th! Eeek! (And I haven't tried to kill him yet, even once!) :-)

Minna said...

Well, if they can play Lordi on radio channels that normally don't play that kind of music (Lordi won the Eurovision Song Contest, after all), they can certainly play some of the songs by The 69 Eyes. Although mostly (at least on the channel I usually listen) the heviest stuff they play are some of the most popular songs by HIM, Nightwish, Rasmus and Sunrise Avenue (and they are all Finnish bands).

Lordi - Hard Rock Hallelujah
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFvgfQNaTEo

Terri Garey said...

I've heard of HIM and Rasmus, but not the others. I'll go check out the YouTube video of Lordi!

Terri Garey said...

Ok, just saw the Lordi video, and that was some very strange stuff! Eek!

I'll take the 69 Eyes anyday! :-)

Minna said...

And these are the guys who actually brought victory for Finland first time EVER in the Eurovision Song Contest. I think they scared everyone into voting for them.

You can find music videos of those other Finnish bands on YouTube as well. They are not quite as scary as Lordi.