All Souls’ Children (Magic Behind the Mountain) Giveaway

“Magic is not evil, no matter what… The things people do with their spells may be good or bad, but magic is nothing but energy.” This is one of my favorite quotes from Diandra Linnemann’s All Souls’ Children, our fourth Witches in Fiction 2014… Crafting Blooming Howls (countdown to the big event) giveaway. You can read my review of the book here.
“MAGIC CONSULTANT AND SOLUTIONS. This is the slogan on Helena Willow’s business card. But when the mayor of Riverton asks her to find a missing Wicca, it is not much help. For the missing woman not only has a secret lover, an unborn child and a weird coven, but also a dubious past. It almost seems as if no one really wants to find her.

With the help of Falk, whose own past includes more than just murder and manslaughter, Helena sets out to find the young woman. While emotions come to a boil and several groups attempt to instrumentalize this case for their own purposes, Helena and Falk meet resistance every way they turn. It seems to be for the best if the missing woman remains part of a statistic. But once Helena has made up her mind, there is no stopping her. After all, she has an arsenal of tricks. But what she and Falk find, finally, deep in the mountains, turns her blood to ice.

This is a story about gods, humans and monsters, set in a world where magic is part of life and where witches have to pay taxes.”

Diandra has provided three copies of her novel. The winners will be able to choose between e-books and signed paperbacks. And just so you know, every one of Diandra’s books “is hand-raised and can do a trick.” *tee-hee*

This is what you need to do to enter the All Souls’ Children giveaway:

Mandatory Entry:
1. Share the first three words that come to mind after you read the book’s title.   

For extra entries (one entry each):
  2. Share this post on Facebook.
   3.  Share this post on Twitter.
   4. Like Story Well, Diandra’s new Facebook page.
   5Follow Knusperhous, Diandra’s blog.

Rules, details and stuff
* I need to be able to contact the winner, so please add your email to your comment. Don’t want to share this info publicly? Email it to me: magalyguerrero(at)live(dot)com.
* You can group all your entries in a single comment. Or not. The choice is yours.
* To my Canadian winners, before you can claim your prize, I must test your mathematical yumminess by asking you a very obscure question, like… what’s 13 + .5. Yeah, obscure…
* This giveaway closes on October 20th, 2014, at 10:13 pm, EDT. The winner will be chosen using Random.Org, and announced on October 21st, 2014.
* Open worldwide, excluding any place where prohibited by law.

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35 comments:

  1. So many wonderful giveaways on your blog lately.

    Good luck to all who enter <that sounds more like a warning!

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    1. October has that effect on witchy souls, methinks... ;-)

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  2. Oh! A book give-a-way :-)

    First three words - Samhain, spirits, midwifery

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  3. Inclusive, purity and innocence ! This book is will make my endless list! Lucky winners indeed! xoDebi

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  4. Twitter @ livseydebi

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  5. First three words, hmmm...it takes a ghostly village to raise all souls' children. I know, more than three. LOL
    Shared here: https://www.facebook.com/sharon.rawson and here (which is linked to my Twitter account, too)
    https://www.facebook.com/TouchoftheGoddess

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    1. I'm giggling because your three words are an entire sentence. You must be a writer, lol!

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  6. 1. Craft, Transmutation, MysteriousMountainMagic (see, still counts as one word!)
    2. Posted on FB and tagged you. (Can someone tell me how to find the direct link for FB posts?)
    3. Tweeted: https://twitter.com/twinflamestudio/status/519925466040631296
    4. Liked Story Well.
    5. Following Knusperhous.

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    1. Of course "MysteriousMountainMagic" is a word. You just said it, didn't you?

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  7. Hi Magaly!
    I don't know why...but I thought of
    Bread...(the kind you bake at home where you can smell that beautiful yeast)
    Skulls (like dia de los muertos ones
    Candy(oh my gosh, I'm the witch from Hansel and Gretel!!!poor thing, she got a such a bad rap, haha)
    Hope you're having a great day, it's raining a lot here...& rain in October seems a bit creepy to me.Love it!!

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    1. Now I'm thinking of bread, lol!

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  8. Magic is very important.

    I was reflecting on the words, witsh, wizard, wicca, wicked, wisdom, all derive from the root word will.

    It appears to me that all these traditions go to the same root idea: Knowing how to make what you want to happen happen.

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  9. ... come out after (dark).

    ^ those are the first three (four) words that popped into my mind when I read that. Hmm. Does that say something about me?

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    1. Yes. It says that we would be able to come out together and raise a little hell. ;-D

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  10. 3 words... vulnerable, danger, exposed.
    Liked 'Story Well' on Facebook :)
    Been & following knusperhaus too (can't pronounce it, am following it ;)

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    1. I can't pronounce it either... but I know what it means!

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  11. Sounds like Halloween, witches, darkness to me! Email is broomsticksandlace@gmail.com :)

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  12. Hey Young Lady ;o)
    This book sounds sounds very cool! You always get me thinking with your giveaways!
    My three words, Mystery, Spirits, Family. Don't know why I picked those, but they just came to me ;o)
    Mom is having turkey, ham, potato pancakes, salad, pumpkin pie, and I don't know what else! LOL!
    xoxoxox

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    1. I'm sooo hungry now. I might teleport to Canada and crash the party!

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  13. I'm following Diandra's blog ;o) Sorry, I'm not on twitter or Facebook.

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    1. Don't be. You haven't been swallowed by the dark side, lol!

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  14. November, cemetery, dance. I follow Story Well & Knusperhous, if not always as closely as I should be.

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  15. Three words, hmm..... dancing, graveyards, moonlight! I shared, tweeted, and like "Story Well" on Facebook. :)

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  16. "...dancing, graveyards, moonlight"? Where's the party!

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  17. "Loreena McKennitt song".

    ;) I know that is not exactly the same as the same as the lyrics, but that is what I thought.
    But I love "All Soul's Night" so that is not a bad thing really.

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    1. Great trio of words. Now I must listen to Loreena for a while. ;-D

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  18. All Soul's Children Wanna be loved
    Shared and like her new FB page (said hello)

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    1. Now following her blog and going to read her piece for this party.

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