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Thursday, October 30, 2014

31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN: DAY 30!




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Today is day 30 of Visionary Press Collaborative's 31 Days Of Halloween! What are we giving away today? Five Kindle copies of Malavore's Curse by Lisa McCourt Hollar. Just say, "I want this book," and it is yours. I was one of the editors on this great story and can vouch you will love it.

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Malavore's Curse by Lisa McCourt Hollar, Jeffrey Hollar, Blaze McRob and Thomas Arensberg (Mar 13, 2014)

Book Description

March 13, 2014
A curse has hung over the town of Demon's Cove ever since Mathew Brown accused its founder, Malavore Pelham, of consorting with witches, a claim Malavore denied. Mathew however had his own secrets to hide. Burned at the stake, along with Sari Watson, the accused witch, Malavore vows his revenge. For over 200 years, Mathew's family has been tormented by the curse, bearing the mark of his shame. When the last of Mathew's descendent's is born without the mark the curse appears to be lifted, but what is the secret his mother has kept from him all these years, and why is the son of his best friend having nightmares about a burning man? Malavore's Curse travels across time and concludes with an ending that leaves no one untouched by the flames.

 

 And now, I have some sweet nursery rhymes for your enjoyment. Heh, heh.


 Precious MissZombie


Precious Miss Zombie
Sits by her teddie,
Eating some guts and brains;
A stupid big spider,
Tries sitting beside her,
But Precious its brain fluid drains.


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  Zombie Porgie

Zombie Porgie, pudding and pie,
Bit the girls and made them cry;
When the town's folk came to slay,
Zombie Porgie ran away.

Blaze McRob

 

All The Zombies


All the Zombies sat on the wall.
All the Zombies had a great fall.
All the King's horses and all the King's men,
Were eaten while trying to save them then.

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 Little Jack Horner


Little Jack Horner
Zombie in corner,
Eating his victim's eye. 
He next ate his ear,
For he had no fear, 
And said, “Zombies are not shy!”



Blaze McRob




Bad Blaze.





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