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Voodootown - a giveaway!

Like free clothes? Free ebooks? Free $50 Amazon gift cards???

Of course you do.

Vampires, werewolves, and zombies are all over the place these days. Not in real life (probably), but movies and books and video games. One night, my husband and I decided we were getting a little sick of it and started a Facebook page called Zombies are dead to me (I thought of the name - don't let Gerry tell you any different). Gerry, our cat (don't ask) and I immediately liked the page, and then forgot about it.

But these folks came up with an even better idea. Seeing a need for a new creeper to entertain us, they started a voodoo movement!

According to author Bruce Elgin and the fine folks at Grasshorse Studios, an award-winning animation firm, voodoo is the new vampire, and I agree. For about the same price it would cost you to order up a crap vampire movie in which the lead actors have both porcelain skin and porcelain emotions, you can own two episodes of the leagues more stimulating Voodootown series.

This brand new concept in young adult fiction is both unique and engaging. Our teen protagonists, troubled in the usual ways, try to fit in, make friends, and keep away from enemies, all the while shadowed by their stuffed familiars...voodoo dolls with special powers who settle human-world scores by night in the underground world of Voodootown.

The latest episode in the series, Episode 6, "Tattered," is available this week for free download through Amazon. So don't take our word for it, read for yourself. 

We know you'll be hooked, and like the stitches-and-seams super dolls that watch over the teen characters in Elgin’s engrossing serial, we're here to help you out. Eight bloggers who have enjoyed a good young adult novel or two in their day, have gotten together to bring you a Voodootown Giveaway.

A Grand Prize winner will net a $50 Amazon gift card, which, obviously, they'd use to buy up every single Voodootown ebook BUT WHY DO THAT WHEN YOU COULD WIN THE WHOLE SHEBANG? Yes, in addition to the $50 Amazon gift card, the Grand Prize winner will get a free copy of each of the currently available ebooks, from "Episode 1, Schooled," through the latest ebook, "Episode 6, Tattered." The enormity of this generosity boggles the mind.


The Grand Prize winner (there will be only one) will also get a limited edition Voodootown t-shirt.Clothes off our back, that’s how far we’d go for you, readers.

Eight other runners-up, one for each of the bloggers helping to promote this giveaway, will win a copy of the very first Voodootown ebook, "Episode 1, Schooled," as well as a limited edition Voodootownt-shirt.

Will wonders never cease? Actually they will. Enter today through Friday, March 22 when this promotion ends. You'll have until midnight on March 22, when the Rafflecopter sign-up below will shut down. Winners will be announced later that day on Ninja Mom Blog.

Get on it, kids. You just need to leave a comment to enter, posting the name you’d want for your very own voodoo doll protector. The rest of the entry options are optional, but each will give you a greater chance to win.

Remember: The promotion ends in one week. Until then, here’s hoping no one sticks a pin in your voodoo doll.

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Unknown said...

I'd name it Justin.

Xxx said...

I'd name my Voodoo doll Manic Momma.

Honey said...

I'd name it Monkeybutter.

Anonymous said...

Betty Homemaker

Unknown said...


The Third Partier said...


Unknown said...

Elle (from Legally Blonde)

Aces said...


Jessica said...

I would name it Aurora. That seems like a nice magical name.

Short Tales said...

"Lazy eyes"

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