Help Me Win

Posted on: October 19th, 2011 by Anthony Rapino 10 Comments

Dudes, Dudettes, and Gentle Inbetweenies,

Today I call on you for the good of the kingdom.  For there is an evil that must be slain, and you, my band of psychos, are the only ones who can do it.

Okay, fine.  It’s not really all that evil.  And nothing has to be slain.

I wrote an entry for a contest being held at which required me to write about “How I Do Halloween.”  This of course was right up my alley as it’s basically what I’ve been doing nearly every day here.  For an added bonus, I also attached three of my flash fiction stories to the entry. If you follow all of my published work, then two of the stories will be familiar.  However, one of them is a new and unpublished work, called “The Picture.”

So here’s the deal.  I can win some cool stuff (dvd’s, masks, books, etc) if I have a lot of comments and high ratings on my entry.  If you are so inclined (pretty please with sugar on top?) head over and read my entry, then simply comment and rate it.

I thank you from the bottom of my horror-loving heart.  And don’t forget, starting on October 24th, you’ll have a chance to win a ton of goodies too:  The Coffin Hop.

10 Responses

  1. Laurita says:

    I voted and commented. Loved the flash. Skin-crawling goodness.

    • Thanks! And yes (from your comment on the contest page) it is normal to make your neck itchy. 😛

  2. Indigo says:

    Definitely worth 5 ghouls. ;P. You have fans my dear man. I know, shocking right? (Hugs) Indy

    • It is (shocking)! 🙂

  3. Count on it; heading over…

    • Thank you, good sir! Yeah, “The Transformation” is my favorite too. That one and “Lost Little Girl” were originally published in Every Day Fiction a couple years ago.

  4. Aaron Polson says:

    I’m in. Hope you win, my friend.

    • Thanks, Aaron! I appreciate the support. I couldn’t pass up a chance to win Halloween goodness. 🙂

  5. Indigo says:

    *Huge smiled* You appear to be in the lead handsome. Apparently you have the creep down to skin and bones.

    • Hehe. 🙂 Yeah, it doesn’t look like anyone else is really trying to get comments I guess? The contest actually *tells* you to get friends and family to comment (otherwise I wouldn’t have been asking), so I’m not really sure why no one else has comments yet. I may eventually go around and comment on each of the entries too.

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