Halloween Blog Hop

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I am happy to be a part of this blog hop sponsored by The Release Day Diva and The Bookish Snob Promotions.

Halloween is such a fun holiday. I know not everyone celebrates it though.  I have a few few fun memories of Halloween.

When I was around 5 I was a Devil for Halloween (remember those 70s costumes? Plastic costumes that are hard to walk in and not rip…with a mask you can’t see or breath out of? oh those were the days) I had speech problems as a child. I couldn’t say Devil, instead I was a Debil. So cute!

I remember going trick or treating the year I found out I was pregnant. I was 21! One neighbor told me I had to perform a trick in order to get a treat. I told him I was trick or treating for my unborn child I just found out I was pregnant. He laughed so hard! He said that was good here have 2.

When my daughter was younger, she was always called the baby. I forget what age we stopped that but it was way past time to do so. She had to of been around 5 for this memory.  She was batman. I let her pick out her own costume and didn’t care if it was a “boy” costume. My daughter’s name is Jenna. Everyone commented on her costume. They would say “ohhhh such a cute little batman!” My daughter would always reply with “No! I’m baby batman Jenna!” She always got extra candy for that one too! Halloween can be so fun.

Now on to the hop giveaway! I am giving a way a hard back copy of the book The Way by Kristen Wolf.

Here is a picture of the cover and summary:

The Way


Anna is a fiery tomboy living in ancient Palestine whose androgynous appearance provokes ridicule from the people around her and doubt within her own heart. When tragedy strikes her family, and Anna’s father—disguising her as a boy—sells her to a band of shepherds, she is captured by a mystical and secret society of women hiding in the desert. At first Anna is tempted to escape, but she soon finds that the sisterhood’s teachings and healing abilities, wrapped in an ancient philosophy they call “The Way,” have unleashed an unexpected power within her. 

When danger befalls the caves in which the sisters have made their home, Anna embarks on a hazardous mission to preserve the wisdom of her mentors by proclaiming it among ordinary people. Her daring quest and newfound destiny reveal, at last, the full truth of her identity—a shocking revelation that will spark as much controversy as it does celebration. 

Anna’s story is one of transformation, betrayal, love, loss, deception, and above all, redemption. Readers will cheer for this unforgettable protagonist—and for debut novelist Kristen Wolf, whose beautifully written book both provokes and inspires. A compelling mix of history, myth, and fantasy, The Way is a fascinating exploration of the foundations and possibilities of human spirituality.

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  1. I think my favorite is the year I volunteered at a party for little kids, held at my old grade school. Made the kids so happy to run around playing games and getting candy/little silly toys. My parents stopped having us do trick or treating when I was young (moved somewhere it wasn’t easy to go door to door), and I didn’t really do anything again until an awkward party in college. Apparently gothing up/wearing a corset top and going to a nerd party is a good way to get more attention than I want 😛 Hoping to build a new, good memory in a couple of weeks when I do a movie night with friends for the day.

  2. Linda Kish says:

    Taking my son trick or treating with his friends. He always had such fun.

  3. Heather D. says:

    My favorite Halloween was the last year I went trick or treating. My friends and I dressed up and spent four hours trick or treating. I ended up with a pillowcase full of candy and a night time of great memories of my last night of being a trick or treater.

  4. Trick-or-treating with my cousin.

  5. Dressing one of my babies as a pirate when he was 9 months old. Putting an eye patch and a beard on him. His other huge big blue eye was so adorable

  6. My favorite Halloween memory was making my boys matching Halloween costumes when they were little.

  7. going trick or treating with friends

  8. Antoinette says:

    I enjoyed last year. It was my daughters first year trick or treating and my son’s 3 year. He was so excited to show her how to knock on people’s doors. It was so sweet.

  9. going trick or treating with all my friends when we were kids

  10. BookAttict says:

    Those perfect Halloweens that fell on Saturdays, when we would get to trick or treat from mid-morning on!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

  11. Taking my young niece out trick-or-treating….it was awesome.

  12. When my parents took me trick or treating when I was little.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  13. Traci Lynn Butler says:

    Letting our dog greet trick or treaters

  14. My favorite Halloween memory is when I made my costume. I was a book.

  15. Ed Nemmers says:

    I organized a Road Rally one year and it turned out perfectly!

  16. My favorite Halloween memory is taking my baby sister Trick or Treating. She was so cute, and I loved being a big sister!

  17. rochelle johnson says:

    trick or treating with my dad and he would sneak me candy while mom was not looking….lol
    thanks for making me remember a great memory.

  18. Maude Bernier says:

    My favourite Halloween memory was attempting to fit the costume over our winter suits. The joy of being a Canadian child!

  19. trick or treating

  20. I lived in a condo so I loved going door to door to get candy.

  21. Mya Murphy says:

    I was sick with the flu, and my brother knew I couldn’t go trick or treating, so he went TWICE in another neighborhood, just for me. Even got more candy!!

  22. Barbara Stenby says:

    my mom dressing me up as a life size Raggedy Ann doll that I had in my room it was pretty cool she did a great job on the costume for me.I was six

  23. going trick or treat with my nephew

  24. Rickie Hinrichs says:

    Handing out candy if I don’t eat to much of it.

  25. taking my kids trick and treating when they were young

  26. My favorite Halloween memory is trick-or-treating with my friends. Thanks for the great giveaway. Happy Halloween!

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