Wicked Warriors Halloween Hop 10/23/13-10/30/13

I figured since I just had a release a couple of days ago, I’d join this hop to give away a copy. It is a Halloween Hop and my book is part of the Wanton Witches Collection by TEB. FarSeen has witches and magic and menage. With two wicked warriors, a girl’s Halloween is all about the treat.

I don’t know about you, but Halloween is one of my all time favorite holidays. I not only like getting tons of candy, but I like the whole dress up aspect of the the festivities. There is just something about it.

The Grand Prize for this hop is 5 autographed copies of Unbound AND a Kindle Paperwhite. This rocks. I’ve been lusting after a Paperwhite for quite some time now. So I am envious of whoever is gonna win the Grand Prize. Much envy.

My prize isn’t so fancy. It’s just my ebook, FarSeen, in whatever format you specify. I put the blurb below. So if you’re interested in winning a copy, leave me a comment. Any comment will do, but I would totally get a kick out of it if you’d tell me about your most memorable Halloween. Funny, Scary, Weird. Whatever.

If you’ve got some time, check out some of the other participants in the Hop and see if they have any themed prizes as well. Just because we’re grown ups doesn’t mean we don’t deserve to have a few treats show up in our bags as well. Halloween didn’t used to be all about the kids. And it shouldn’t be all about the adults. Let the kids have the candy this year as the adults collect delicious reading treats. And maybe a new Paperwhite to read them on.

The rafflecopter and link list to other blogs is at the end of this post. Have fun. Less tricks. More treats! 🙂



Taking a break from finding the cure for a magic sickness killing witches, Evangeline (Evie) Parker picks up Drew for a night of hot sex. One night is not enough, however. In strange twist of fate, Trent, Drew’s partner also comes into Evie’s life. One night is definitely not enough when two becomes three. As they come together, they realize while separately they are good, together they are great.

All Hallows Eve is the time when the cure to the magic sickness is predicted to make itself known. Combining magic and sex on that special night cures more than the magic sickness afflicting the witch community, it also cures three lonely hearts.

FARSEEN is hot and sweet in a small tasty bite. It is filled with sex magic, lit up chakras and hearts slowly opening up to each other.

** Snippets can be found here, here, here and here.

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19 Responses to Wicked Warriors Halloween Hop 10/23/13-10/30/13

  1. Jack L. says:

    Has to be halloween strangest for me. On the one year where we were swamped with neighbourhood kids, we ran out of sweets. Hubby handed out ice cream, then when they were gone, he started on the Fish Fingers. “Healthy eating,” he said. I’m not repeating what the kids said, lol. 🙂 Wishing you well on the blog hop, D.R.

  2. Denise Van Plew says:

    Celebrated early went to Calico Ghost town and thanks for invite love to have a copy to read and review.

  3. sandyg265 says:

    My most memorable Halloween was the first year my brother threw a Halloween part. He went all out with decorating and had bats all over the bathroom and a sign that said “Batroom” on the door. One of the little kids had to go to the bathroom , went in there and got so scared that she ran out and wouldn’t even go back in with her mother. They had to take her next door to use the neighbor’s bathroom. After that my brother stopped decorating the bathroom for Halloween.

  4. sherry1969 says:

    I never do very much for Halloween. Usually I work so others with kids can be off to take them trick or treating.
    sstrode at scrtc dot com

  5. I hope this giveaway is international. I’m in Australia and we don’t really celebrate Halloween here. I enjoyed the snippets.

  6. Linnea says:

    Sorry, nothing about a memorable Halloween but I have joined in to scold you 🙂
    Although witches and what-not aren’t my preferred reading I couldn’t help but notice that you said, ‘My prize isn’t so fancy. It’s JUST my ebook.’ Can you see me wagging my finger at you? If you place a low value on your work, so will prospective readers. I’d reword that – with pride.

    • D.R. Slaten says:

      What you say is true, Linnea. But what I said wasn’t meant that way. What I meant was that mine wasn’t as high in relative cost value compared to the Kindle Paperwhite being given away as the Grand Prize. lol I do value my book. 🙂

  7. BookAttict says:

    Every Halloween, a bunch of us go to the midnight showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

  8. Zoe says:

    I too loving seeing Rocky Horror especially outdoors for a experienced audience. There is nothing like the dialogue the audience has to go with the movie!

    writeforward at yahoo dot com

  9. bn100 says:

    Nice blurb

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

  10. My most memorably Halloween was when my sister, my husband, brother-in-law, and I dressed as characters from Wizard of Oz. We were a great hit. The only problem was we forgot to put hinges in the Tinman’s (my brother-in-law’s) costume, so we had to put him together when we got to the party and he had to stand all night. Oh well, can’t think of everything….michelle_willms(at)yahoo(dot)com

  11. Daniel M says:

    liked the blurb thanks for the hop! – regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  12. Eva Millien says:

    My most memorable Halloween would be when my 7 year old daughter informed me that she wanted to be a vampire for Halloween, when I asked her why she said, “because I want to be just like you, Mom” Happy Halloween! Thanks for sharing the hop and your giveaway. Far Seen sounds like a great book. evamillien at gmail dot com

  13. Krysta B. says:

    I really don’t have a memorable memory of Halloween. I did like my friends costume last year when my twin friends dressed up as Peter Pan and his shadow,


  14. Kerry P says:

    My most memorable was daughter’s first halloween, she was only 4 months old and we dressed her up as a ghost and pushed her around the neighborhood in the carriage. My son was so jealous of the attention his little sister was getting…but then he got all the treats so that made up for it!
    Thanks for taking part in the hop

  15. BookLady says:

    Far Seen sounds like a very exciting book. Thanks for the great giveaway. Happy Halloween!
    bhometchko(at) hotmail(dot)com

  16. stacey7smith says:

    my most memorable is when I was 5 years old and was in the hospital and my brother took to bags around and asked if he could have some for his sister because she was in the hospital and sick and could not go out this Halloween.

  17. Pam says:

    I really don’t have any memorable halloweens.

    pjmillion (at) comcast (dot) net