Haunted Tampa book giveaway - ends 10/31

Oooohhh -We have a spooktacular Thursday Giveaway today! 
(Sorry, couldn't resist.)

This summer I picked up a couple of copies of Deborah Fretham's Haunted Tampa at the Henry B. Plant Museum, Then I tucked them away"in a safe place".... and promptly forgot about 'em. While finally tidying up my creative space, they reappeared ... just in time for Halloween! So, I'll be scaring my family and friends with one copy and giving the other to a random winner on October 31.

Here is the blurb from amazon:

"Tampa may be known for sunshine and good times, but it has a scary side. When dusk settles down over the Hillsborough River, spirits begin to stir. Strange things happen in old hotels, theaters and public buildings, and an old cemetery becomes surprisingly lively. Some have seen an old crime boss walking the street. Some have encountered ancient spirits in a public parking garage. Still others have met a long-dead soul in a downtown shop. Join local author and historian Deborah Frethem as she navigates the twists and turns of the more macabre side of Tampa Bay."

If you are a fan of local legends and ghostly tales, be sure to enter this random drawing. All you have to do is leave a comment on the blog before 1 a.m. EST on 10/31/14. This drawing is open worldwide and prize ships free to the lucky winner. 

Good Luck ... and Happy Haunting!

P.S. If you are looking for fun and easy Halloween projects pop back here each Tuesday before the end of the month. Click Here to visit the Paper Craft DIYs that I shared yesterday


  1. Ooh! This book sounds spooktacular! I've always been interested in the supernatural goings-on of Tampa.

  2. Stacey the book does look interesting, bet it is a thrilling read. :)