Sunday, January 31, 2010

Insanely Instupituous Contest of Terror and Dread- February Edition

The contest is officially over and the big winner is MadShadows!!!!! Shoot me an email (gradezhorror@live[dot]com) with your mailing info and I'll get the book out to you.

Thanks to everyone who entered and retweeted the contest info! It was a fantastic way to spread the word about Brian's new releases. It is greatly appreciated. Feel free to stop by the site often for reviews and other contests. In fact there is one going on right now so head here by to win a copy of Bryan Smith's Rock & Roll Reform School Zombies.

Also be sure to stop by Amazon and pick Jack's Magic Beans.

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Hey, it’s the first ever Insanely Instupituous Contest of Terror and Dread here at Grade Z Horror. This month I wanted to celebrate the unholy marriage of Brian Keene and Deadite Press by giving away a copy of Jack’s Magic Beans! In case you missed it, Deadite picked up Brian’s back catalogue and will be releasing new editions (including e-books!!!!!!) of all of those Leisure titles we love so much. We will also be treated to some unreleased and rare goodies as well. I am so stoked!

Here is your chance to get one of the first releases for free.

Just look at that cover art!



How To Enter
Just leave a comment in this post with the name of your favorite Brian Keene book. That’s it! At the end of the month I’ll use some sorta fancy random number generator website to pick the winner.

How To Increase Your Chances
There are two ways to increase your chances of winning.

1) I will automatically enter anyone who follows the site so if you are a follower AND you leave a comment you have two chances.

2) Every Monday I will send a tweet out as a reminder. Anyone who retweets the reminder will automatically be given an addition chance.

That means that if you leave a comment, are a follower and RT every Monday you will have 7 chances to win this amazing book.

IF YOU DON"T WIN OR WANT IT RIGHT AWAY GO AHEAD AND CLICK HERE !


Good luck!

109 comments:

  1. Awesome contest! This is one of Brian's books that I haven't read. I love the cover art that Deadite Press has been putting out.

    My favorite by Brian is actually a tie between KILL WHITEY and TERMINAL.

    -Neal

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  2. Best of all Brian Keene books is ..... "GHOUL" !


    -NormTNC

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  3. Great Contest!!! Favorite Brian Keene novel is Ghoul.

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  4. Awesome cover. My favorite Keene book is probably The Rising.

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  5. Favorite Keene book, 'The Rising'

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  6. Amazing contest!!!! My favorite book of Mr. Keene's is "Urban Gothic".

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  7. GHOUL did it for me. I became a lifelong fan of Brian's work ever since.

    Martin

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  8. Terminal is my favorite Keene book with Whitey coming in a very close second.

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  9. I'd have to say it's a tie between The Conquerer Worms and Ghoul. I love the batshit insanity of Worms but I'm a total sucker for 'coming of age' horror.

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  10. GHOUL is by far my favorite book from the Master, Brian Keene!

    - Brick Marlin

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  11. Nothin' better than monstrous, giant worms! The Conqueror Worms is my favorite.

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  12. Nice contest! The Rising is my favorite :D

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  13. Dead Sea is hands down my favorite!!

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  14. I can't pick one because they go together. The Rising and City of the Dead. The first two pieces of your work I read and your style opened my eyes to a whole new world of book lovin'. Told ya last year at Horrorfind Weekend...your writing changed my life.

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  15. Conqueror Worms for me. Loving Deluge.

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  16. The Rising started it all for me. I put Brian Keene on a pedestal with Richard Laymon, awesome writing all round
    earthdancedaph@yahoo.com

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  17. Favorite Keene novel is The Rising!

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  18. I would say... the Stand
    jk
    A tie between Terminal and Ghoul

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  19. Hard to pick a favorite, but I will have to go with Dead Sea. Darkness on the Edge of Town and Dark Hollow are close contenders as well.

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  20. I think for me, it's a tie between Dead Sea and Darkness on the Edge of Town. Among all of Brian's awesome catalog, those for me really stand out as great books. So glad to have his back catalog coming out, it's going to be great!

    -Kyle in Seattle

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  21. Great contest, hard to pick one Brian Keene book but Dark Hollow is probably my favourite.

    Cheers

    John :)

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  22. Count me in, haven't read this but have read all his easily accessible (ie purchaseable, non-limited) books and a few limited! :D

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  23. Great Contest! So hard to choose. I'll go with Dark Hollow, but The Rising/City of the Dead and Conqueror Worms are right there too.

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  24. My fave is still "The Rising", the story is great and this was the book that got me hooked on all things Keene ;)

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  25. My Favorite Keene book is Dark Hollow

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  26. The rising of course it was the first Keene book I picked just after he released it. Keene is the dark master of horror. Greg Damron on facebook

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  27. Ghost Walk and A Gathering of Crows are my two current favorites, though The Conquerer Worms has hollowed out a special place in my heart.

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  28. My first that got me hooked and still favorite BK book is Dead Sea!! With Ghoul, Terminal, and Kill Whitey as close seconds ;)

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  29. Everytime someone asks me to pick my favorite, it seems like an unattainable goal. All of his stuff is awesome. From Urban Gothic to Terminal, his so-called ZOMBIE trilogy of Rising, City of the Dead, and Dead Sea, to Ghoul and Conqueror worms and everything else. I just can't do it man. But to pick one to win a copy of Jack's Magic Beans, which by the way is a very messed up story, I will just have to go with my first--- City of the Dead, as my favofrite Keene novel! Thanks for reprinting his back catalog too!

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  30. THE RISING is still my favorite!

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  31. Have to say my favorite would either be Ghost Walk or A Gathering of Crows.

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  32. Well, I am still new to Keene's works, but so far my favorite of his is The Girl on the Glider. Castaways will likely be the next of his I read, and plan to get my hands on more titles soon.

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  33. Terminal is my all time favorite Keene novel. I love all the gory horror and I didnt even think I'd like it, but it has become my all time favorite novel.

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  34. The Conqueror Worms is my favorite!

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  35. Hey, Brian. I have to go with Terminal as my favorite with The Rising right there underneath it.

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  36. I love Brian Keene! My favorite book of his is soon to be a sweet movie...I'm talking "Ghoul" baby!

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  37. This is gonna be sick. Clark's artwork is the shit. The Rising is my favorite. Frankie is the shit.

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  38. The conqueror worms holmes..that book is badazz. Can't mess with it, pure greatness.

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  39. Ghoul is my favorite Keene book.

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  40. I really enjoyed The Rising, but I think I liked Ghost Walk just a little bit better thanks to the Eli character.

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  41. Dark Hollow has always been my favorite!

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  42. I love his zombie books, but since Levi is my favorite Keene character, I'd have to say "Ghost Walk".

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  43. The Conqueror Worms has to be my favorite. I've read it more times then i care to admit.
    But A Gathering of Crows is an extreme second.

    ^_^

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  44. "The Conqueror Worms", who doesn't love big worms on the rampage!lol

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  45. My favorite Keene is "The Girl on the Glider"... and that Alan M. Clark cover on this book ROCKS!

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  46. They are all freaking amazing...but I would have to say "Urban Gothic"

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  47. Love them all! But if I've got to pick just one it would have to be "The Conqueror Worms". Really enjoying "Deluge" too.

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  48. What a neat contest! My favorite Keene book is "Dark Hollow".

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  49. My husband would die if I won this for him. He loves The Rising, but I bet he would say Ghoul is his favorite. He is driving all the way to Austin in April to have him sign some books, and it is all he has talked about for like a year at least.

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  50. gotta go with "The Conqueror Worms

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  51. If I win it'll be "Jack's Magic Beans". It's a tie between all the other books.

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  52. DARK HOLLOW not only presses down the accelerator on the frightometer, it unleashes a ghoulish mélange of real life emotions...a powerful mix.

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  53. For me it has to be The Conquerer Worms, I love how completely outre it feels.

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  54. It's a toss up between The Rising & Conqueror Worms -- never thought I'd have to choose between giant slugs & zombos!!

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  55. I can't decide between Terminal and Kill Whitey. Terminal would be my favorite from a more serious point of view while Kill Whitey is just plain fun.

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  56. My favorite book by Brian Keene is Urban Gothic, because it reminded me of my childhood neighborhood and added layers of creepiness to those memories.

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  57. THE CONQUEROR WORMS! Absolutely!

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  58. Favorite Brian Keene book, that's a tough call. I guess I'll have to go with "Dead Sea," so far...

    Looking forward to this new one as well as the previously teased "Entombed."

    - Jim

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  59. Dark Hallow! With Ghoul as a close second

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  60. Has to be the first book I read by Brian and had me hooked ever since Dead Sea for sure!!!


    -Nick

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  61. I'm gonna have to go with URBAN GOTHIC.

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  62. It's a toss up between "A Gathering of Crows" and " The Rising".

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  63. I am Jack's Magic Spleen... Hehehe...

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  64. The best Brian Keene book would have to be the one with the hands reaching out of the cover. Well, I guess that would be most Keene books by Leisure. If I had to pick one, I would say The Rising. If I had to pick a second, one a little less horror, I would say Terminal.

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  65. I can't choose just one, but if I had to, Unhappy Endings !

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  66. There is no way in the world that I could pick just one bc I love every single book that I've read. I suppose if I "HAVE" to, Im going to say, "GHOUL".
    As I said, I truly love ALL that I've read.

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  67. My favorite is probably "The Rising". It's very difficult to pick just one but that's my choice.

    Thanks!

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  68. Hard to choose, but I guess Urban Gothic.

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  69. Favorite Keene book . . . I'd go with The Rising.

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  70. My Favorite Brian Keene book is Urban Gothic!!

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  71. My favorite Brian Keene book is "Darkness on the Edge of Town." Great writer. Love his work.

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  72. My favorite Keene Novel is....

    so tough...

    Terminal.

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  73. My favorite would have to be a tie between Ghoul and Dark Hollow.

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  74. Dead Sea was the first one I read and is still my favorite.

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  75. "The Conqueror Worms", hands down my favorite!!

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  76. Dark Hollow.

    Made a nice little poster about it and was lucky enough to have Brian sign it :)

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  77. I'd have to say The Rising

    it's not very original to have it as your favorite book, but it introduced me to Keene

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  78. my favorite book is "The Conqueror Worms". amazing story with amazing characters.

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  79. Urban Gothic is by far my favorite book by Brian Keene though it is hard to choose it over so many other great works!

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  80. The Conqueror Worms is my favorite Keene book.

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  81. Great looking book, my favourite would be Kill Whitey

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  82. The Rising is my favorite, next is the Ghoul ...

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  83. Gotta go with The Rising. It's always the first love that gets you!

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  84. I've only read The Rising and City of the Dead by him so far, though I do want to read more. The Rising would have to be my favorite out of the two.

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