So when I decided to run so many giveaways, the plan wasn’t to buy more books to giveaway. I literally have a huge stack that I’m plucking books from and the idea was that they would go and the bag of blog swag would go and all would be good. Then I read this book. This amazing, incredibly, scary book by local author Jaye Ford. And that was that.
For anyone who follows me on facebook you would have seen the two posts (on the blog’s page and on my personal one) about ‘Darkest Place’ and how I only had two words to sum it up. Terrifyingly Addictive. As soon as I hit post on that update, I knew that I simply had to give a copy of this book away. So I am. What’s more, I’m super lucky and fortunate enough to be attending the book launch for this amazing book this weekend, so not only will the winner of this book receive a fantastic new release by an astounding Australian author, but there is a very high chance they will get a signed copy!
To win this potentially signed copy, simply leave a comment below explaining what it is that makes a crime thriller novel great for you? Is it the suspense? Or the characters? The setting? Or something more sinister?
For me personally its that eerie undertone of something not being right when everything looks…right. That feeling that sends goosebumps up your arms and catches your breath in your throat. And that’s saying something because I’m a chicken, an out and proud self-proclaimed chicken!
Unfortunately due to funds, this giveaway will be restricted to Australian residents only. Entries close at midnight on Sunday 7th February 2016, with winners notified by email and announced on the blog the following afternoon. The winner will be notified once the parcel has been shipped, but no responsibility will be taken once the parcel has been shipped.
An adrenaline-pumping suspense novel from the author of Beyond Fear. What do you do when your nightmares are real – and no one believes you?
Carly Townsend is starting over after a decade of tragedy and pain. In a new town and a new apartment she’s determined to leave the memories and failures of her past behind.
However that dream is shattered in the dead of night when she is woken by the shadow of a man next to her bed, silently watching her. And it happens week after week.
Yet there is no way an intruder could have entered the apartment. It’s on the fourth floor, the doors are locked and there is no evidence that anyone has been inside.
With the police doubting her story, and her psychologist suggesting it’s all just a dream, Carly is on her own. And being alone isn’t so appealing when you’re scared to go to sleep . . .