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Contest: FANGORIA Gives Away THE END OF SUMMER: THIRTEEN TALES OF HALLOWEEN Book

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Fall is upon us, and summer is just a memory of prior sunny days. But don’t fret! This also marks the beginning of the Halloween season. Time to get out your ghoulish décor and frighten all the neighbors. And what better way to jump into Halloween than with some fantastic spooky tales from J. Tonzelli? FANGORIA is giving away copies of Tonzelli’s newest work THE END OF SUMMER: THIRTEEN TALES OF HALLOWEEN. Keep reading to win your own copy!

The synopsis is as follows:
The world’s oldest celebration comes to life in THE END OF SUMMER: THIRTEEN TALES OF HALLOWEEN, an anthology that honors the darkest and strangest night of the year. Each story is designed to be intrinsically and intimately about Halloween-its traditions, its myths, and its effects-and they run the gamut from horrifying to heartbreaking. Halloween night is the tapestry through which a haunted house, a monstrous child, a late-night drive to a mysterious destination, and other tales are weaved. Demons are faced, death is defied, and love is tested. And not everyone makes it out alive. THE END OF SUMMER has arrived.
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To win a copy, email rebekah@fangoria.com. Please put “End of Summer” in the subject line, and include the following info:
-Your name
-Email Address
-Mailing address
-Phone number
-Age
The contest will stay open for seven days. Winners will be selected at random, and must live in the US or Canada. Good luck, and to order your own copy of THE END OF SUMMER, please check out the book here.

 

About the author
Rebekah McKendry
Rebekah McKendry is the Director of Marketing for Fangoria Entertainment, and additionally she is a college professor teaching classes focused on film history and horror films. She is also an award-winning filmmaker. She has Bachelor's Degrees in Film and English, a MA in Media Education, a MFA in Film, and she is currently completing her PhD in Media Theory focused on horror and exploitation cinema. She is especially passionate about grindhouse films, video nasties, and rare or lost titles.
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