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Friday, October 24, 2014

Fright Night Blog Hop Sheep Style!


Welcome to I Smell Sheep's stop on the Fright Night blog hop! Katie has put together a cool prize pack for you. But first we need to talk scary sheep stuff. Stop laughing, sheep can be scary-ish.

I really don't get scared reading stories. When I was younger Stephen King made me sleep with the lights on many times, but as I got older not so much. I can be creeped out or disturbed. Here are two authors who can do that.

First is Scott Nicholson (waves to Scott) He's such a nice guy. Anyway...he has a series called Solom. About old NC mountain legends that turn out to be real in this small town. The horseback preacher rides at night in The Narrow Gate and the Scarecrow hunts for his next victim in The Scarecrow.  I'll throw in his novel McFall too.
Total creep fest going on.
Narrow Gate is only $.99 right now 

Then there is Jeff Strand's book Dweller. WTF? Disturbing, but you can't stop reading the horror unfold. The wonderful author Terri Garey (waves to Terri) turned me on to this. She even helped make the trailer for the book, which is pretty funny by the way. Be sure to listen to the words about the book...monster-bromance, ha!

Honestly I haven't picked up another Strand book since...but I want to...once I get over this one! <G> Seriously, it is a fabulous horror story questioning who the real monster is.

yeah, who's laughing now? Mwahahaha...

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53 comments:

  1. When I was little I might have jumped on the bed a few times but not as an adult.

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  2. No I never thought about monsters under my bed.

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  3. no I don't but it sounds like fun.

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  4. Sometimes I hurry to get in bed.

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  5. lol... no... be afraid of hurting myself! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. No,I would probably hurt myself or break something .. Lol

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  7. No, I trust my cats to warn me if something's up.

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  8. Not lately! But I used to make a running leap from my doorway =)

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  9. Sheep can be VERY scary - just look at our dungeon! I never jumped into bed to get my feet off the floor as fast as possibly, though my best friend did. But I DEFINITELY ascribed to the "don't let any body parts dangle off the side of the bed while sleeping" theory!

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  10. Ooh, I totally jump on the bed...especially when I get up in the middle of the night to pee. I have to walk all the way around the bed close to the wall (my side - hubby's hard to crawl over without waking). I just know, someday, something is going to grab my ankle. Shudder.

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  11. LOL, now that I have a 3-year-old it is one of our fav. games to play....^_^
    Angela @ Angel's Guilty Pleasures

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  12. Nope, we have a platform bed. They would have to go through the mattress to get me. 😊

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  13. I guess I'm scared of looking at myself in mirror right after I wake up but other than that I think I've outgrown certain fears. To be honest, I'm more scared of politicians and people in power than of the ghost that may be haunting my house. True story ;)
    JoannaM

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  14. I'd never even heard the term "monsters under my bed" until I moved back to the US and was too old to worry about it (mostly because there were a ton of books hiding there).

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  15. I did it all the time as a kid :)

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  16. No I never have been scared of monsters under my bed.

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  17. No I outgrew that many years ago!

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  18. NO AND THANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY! SHELLEY S. calicolady60@hotmail.com

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  19. Mine was that when I went to bed my head was on the pillow. When I woke up in the morning, my head was at the other end and my feet were on the pillow.

    Lynn
    lareynolds0316@gmail.com

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  20. I did when I was a little kid...lol.

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  21. I was watched the movie Deep Blue Sea from the back of my couch... sitting on the top of the back of the coach and refused to go open the door because I couldn't put my feet on the floor.... Yep, that's right, I'm on a first name basis with crazy.

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  22. When I was young my brother hid under my bed and grabbed my legs when I sat down. That scared me enough so that I have had my box-spring and mattress on the floor ever since so that there is no chance of anything being under my bed.

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  23. Lol I don't do scary at all ladies.

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  24. lol, not anymore. but it sounds fun. However I can't walk so jumping is ou of the question.

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  25. Hehe. No monsters under my platform bed. But I run and jump on DH anyway. Cause it's fun ;)

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  26. Yes, I never turn off the light until I am already in bed!

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  27. If I'm in a spooked out mood (i.e. read or seen a horror film) than I do.

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  28. Ha! I don't think I've ever done that but I would like to see it done :)

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  29. I did as a kid but haven't one that in years. It's weird but having kids made all that go away because you kinda have to become the monster slayer once someone is depending on you. lol ;)

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  30. HA! love this! My bed is built on the floor so no room underneath but I DO shut my closet door.

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  31. Years of SESAME STREET viewing convinced me that monsters are cute, cuddly, and will sing with you, so no.

    koozebane(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  32. Jumping on the bed around here encourages the monsters!

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  33. I don't run, since my room is small, but I do get into bed as quickly as possible!

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  34. If I ran and jumped on the bed, I would probably break it!

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  35. No I never have. Happy Halloween!

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  36. No I have never. Happy Halloween to all!!!

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  37. I finally quit doing it, but I used to make sure my leg or arm didn't dangle over the side of the bed!

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  38. Only after watching a scary movie.

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  39. I don't. Cute question tho! marie.mattingly88@yahoo.com

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  40. I don't but I used to when I was much younger in elementary and middle school. Sometimes it was just fun.

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  41. Yes I do! I also check behind the door and sometimes I even check my closet for monsters! Though I'm much more worried about the Couch Monster than anything that could be hiding in my bedroom! The Couch Monster likes to eat socks and hide the remote.

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  42. I did. Now I have a bed with drawers underneath...which my cats open up while I'm sleeping so I'll trip when i get up. Furry monsters are real!!!

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  43. lol....I used to do that.....and I still make sure all my closet doors are closed before I go to bed!


    Happy Halloween and thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  44. I did do that a few times, but I was far more afraid of the closet monster. I still have to have closet (and drawers) closed before I can sleep.

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  45. Not anymore.
    Happy Halloween!

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  46. I never did. I always had storage containers under my bed as a kid, so I figured there was never any room for monsters under there.

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  47. *whispers* sometimes I still do.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann S

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  48. You revealed my secret on how to avoid monster bites!

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