Win an adult worthy Trick or Treat bag!

Grown Ups like treats, too! Angela Cameron is bringin' the goodies!!Sign Up for Angela’s Newsletter to enter…Win a Grown Up’s Trick or Treat Bag!

Show us how much you love the characters! It’s simple. Just enter your valid email address in the “Subscribe Now” link on the left of this blog or click here. Your signup for Angela’s Dungeon Club newsletter is an entry into the contest.

When the contest ends, we’ll perform a random drawing from the new subscribers. The winner will receive a Trick or Treat bag of grown up goodies that will include books and more to make your Halloween spook-tacular!

Deadline is October 25, Sunset

The cose: Your undying slavery *mwahahahahahaha*

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Zombies, Vampires, and Haiku

So, I stumbled upon the engenius and entertaining blog of Zombie haiku at Fix It Or Deal and thought this was a great way to get in the Halloween spirit. Since I am a novelist, notShaun of the Dead a poet, they’re bound to suck…but I figured I might as well go first since this is my blog. To acknowledge FIOD’s influence on today’s post , I turn to my favorite Zombie movie, Shaun of the Dead for a zombie haiku.

 

Shaun, oh, Shaun. It’s you!
Do what zombie killers do.
Bash ’em in the head.

Splat. Thunk. Oozing brains.
We’ll meet at the Winchester.
You’ve got red on you.

 

Then, for my own spin, I thought I’d write another atrocious haiku inspired by True Blood.

True Blood - Eric NorthmanBon Temps is my home.
No other place I’d soon roam,
Except maybe North

To club Fangtasia.
Viking nibbles with Eric
cause TruBlood is bland.

 

 

And finally a return to the classics with Nosferatu.

Creeping, gnarled little man,
you desperately need a tan.
A manicure, too!

 

Okay, so we know that my haiku couldn’t really get any worse. Now it’s your turn. Post one for us to see on the Halloween topic of your choice. Of course, I prefer to see vampire inspired works, but it’s up to you. Let’s just have fun with it.

Haiku format:
first line – Five syllables
second line – Seven syllables
third line – Five syllables