So my goal this year is to model it after JnJ a bit and have as much spooktacular stuff going on as I possibly can. I'm going to do my best to round up some great giveaways and awesome bits for you, as well as reviewing some fantastically spooky things. But here's where you come in. Same as Jane in June, I am welcoming guest posts (all sorts), features, giveaways, and whatever delicious creepiness you can come up with. There will be a link-up page for any HHII randomness you may write up and want to share. But if you want to get more involved and be featured, then I welcome your participation in a number of ways.
- Guest reviews on your favorite Halloween reads, movies, etc
- Featurettes on various Halloween things, like what gives you the creeps, your best Halloween costumes, etc
- Halloween Mad-Libs participants (more on that to come...)
- "It was a dark and stormy night..." chain story participants (more on this as well...)
- Halloween Craft-off (you get the drill ^...)
- [insert your ideas here]
So if you want to get involved, think it over, come up with an idea of what you'd like to do, and then fill out this form and let me know!
If you want to guarantee yourself a spot on the line-up, as well as a chance at a neato prize pack, I will need your post no later than September 24th (don't stress, that gives you nearly 2 months); sorry for the deadline, but I have to do it to keep everything in order and have it ready to go, as well as to have as little time spent tracking people down. I promise it will be worth it.
Also, I'm debating whether or not to make a new HH button. Here is last years, tell me what you think. Personally, I've grown fond of the witches, but should I go for something new?
All thoughts, comments, and recommendations are welcome, and I hope you'll join me for some Halloweeny fun. Even if only to say the word "Halloweeny". Try it. It's fun. I'll wait.
Lastly, please note: everything in HHII is not going to be scary, necessarily. You can post about something simply supernatural or paranormal as well.
(So no worries, all you scaredy cats!)