Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Bewitching Trick-or-Treat Blog Hop


It's that time of year again... Halloween! That one day a year when we get to dress up and pretend we're someone else.  Some of us may dress up as political figures, movie stars, singers or even super heroes. Then there are the ones who love to scare others and find the creepiest of costumes to scare the bejesus out of us. My favorite type of costume though is the sexy and naughty kind. Where the daring few will dress up as naughty nurses, lucious librarians, cute cops, tempting teachers or sexy sirens.

So I thought it would be fun to have a contest which centered on our MOST ____ Halloween costumes. Tell me what your MOST ____ Halloween costume was and what made it the MOST.

Was it the...
* Most scary
* Most sexy
* Most expensive
* Most accessories
* Most daring
* Most _______ (you tell me, the possibilities are limitless)

Leave me a comment below with your answer...I can't wait to read what your MOST is.

I'll be choosing 3 winners on November 1st.

1st Prize - $5 Amazon Gift Card
2nd Prize - $5 Strand Bucks (redeemable at sirenbookstrand.com)
3rd Prize - eBook (winner's choice - 1 book from any of my current releases)

As fun as my contest is, can you believe I'm only one of a HUGE Blog Hop going on with over 100 prizes available? So big, we're talking...multi-author…multi-publisher…multi-prizes...multi-FUN!

So click on the image below to get a listing of all those participating and increase
your chance of winning some AWESOME PRIZES


HAPPY HOPPING EVERYONE...

15 comments:

Dragon Momma said...

Hmm.... Most politically uncorrect??? I worked at Spirit Halloween Store last year, and I got a costume for myself. It is a Border Patrol officers top. WITH badge! LOL! With the amount of latino living in the area, it was not a really well thought out choice. ;) It came with a hat, but I chose my own baseball cap. It has Cartman on it, in his police guise yelling: RESPECT MY AUTHORITAY! :p

Stacy Wilson

dragn_lady at yahoo dot com

Eva's Flowers said...

I can't say that I've had a 'most' type of costume, I really havent dressed up for Halloween in a long time. I do remember though when I was in grade school, my parents couldn't afford much, so my mom got our costumes at a 2nd hand store, my brothers and I had fun trick-or-treating, it wasn't until much later that I realized what a 'treat' we were, I had a princess outfit with a batgirl face mask :-0

Eva
evitap67(at)gmail(dot)com

Jennifer Mathis said...

my most unique was a box of popcorn . I even had popcorn in my hair and I smelled of popcorn for days I just couldnt get the smell to wash off

meandi09@yahoo.com

Lisa said...

I have not dressed up since I was very young. The only costume I remember was when I dressed up as Glinda The Good Witch of the North from The Wizard of Oz. not sure what MOST that would be.

Lisa
Wolphcall (at) bellsouth (dot) net

Nay Nay said...

The last time I dressed up for Halloween, my costume was the "most comfortable". I put on flannel pj's, slippers and a robe. Put my hair in pigtails and went to a party with no makeup on. It was great. I was warm, comfortable and silly looking, but I had a good time as most of the party was outside. Since I live in southern California,it was cold outside, (in the high 40's). <^_^> I know to you east coasters, that was nothing, but to us, it was darn cold out, so I was glad I was so warm and comfortable. LOL

Having a hopping good time! It’s great visiting with old friends and finding new authors and books to add to my wish list. <^_^>

Thank you for being part of the hop AND for the chance to win!

reneebennett35 at yahoo dot com

susan said...

I have to think which one to select as I have several that fits. A witch is a good place to start as I only got a hat and dressed in a long black skirt and black top but it was comfortable and fun to do. I dressed as a gyspy once but was so loaded down with necklaces that I think my back went out for days afterwards. ha ha susan Leech garysue@dejazzd.com

Jennifer S said...

How about most boring? I haven't dressed up in YEARS and all I remember dressing up as when I was little is a witch, I am thinking I did that every single year LOL.

Thanks so much for the chance
JenniferSmith.ga (at) gmail.com

Jenn said...

My most memorable... was when I was in gradeschool and my mom made me an indian princess costume. She made the thing herself.

Wish I would have held onto it.

jennirv4967 at gmail dot com

books4me said...

Most creative...in high school a friend and I went to the local "Goodwill" and purchased the largest sized man's pants and button down shirt we could find. Then we stood back to back and put on the clothes. We won first prize as best costume for being simese twins!

happy Halloween!

books4me67 at ymail.com

Julianne said...

I guess my Most is Most Wardrobe Malfunction Costume. I had purchased a white blouse for a Vampiress costume I was creating. I had the long black and red cape, the fangs and thought the white blouse would be the finishing touch. The sleeves came just past the elbows and were loose and flowing. The blouse itself had very small eylet trim on the wrap around part. It was kinda a wrap around, so it gapped some in the front. I don't mind a low cut look, but a fall out look isn't what I was going for. I had to keep looking down to make sure the wrap around was actually wrapped around and not open for all to see inside. I did find someone who had an extra safety pin which I used to help keep the girls where they belonged.
luvfuzzzeeefaces@yahoo.com

Cathy M said...

most favorite was a fairy princess dress that my grandma made me and was more special because she passed away later that year

caity_mack@yahoo dot com

geschumann said...

How about the most lame. I went out in my basketball uniform after a game. It certainly was the most easy also. Thanks! Gloria

geschumann at live dot com

Rae M. said...

How about Most Gender Bending?

Apparently when I was a baby my mother thought it would be funny to dress me up like a tiny man, complete with drawn on lip mustache. If you've seen Addams Family Values, think baby Pubert. Yep. That kind of mustache. Although I will admit my costumes did get cuter as time went on!

Thanks!
rae.gwendy(at)gmail(dot)com

flchen1 said...

Hmm... the costume I most coveted when I was in elementary school was a friend's Princess Leia gown--her grandmother had sewn it for her, and she even wore her hair in the classic "cinnamon bun" swirls :) How fun! Happy Halloween, Nicole!

f dot chen at comcast dot net

jessica said...

My most fun and easy costume that I love to wear almost every Halloween would have to be my dark fairy costume. Throw on a black dress, stocking, black shoes, and my big black fiary wings. Comfortable and easy to put together.
jessangil at gmail dot com
-Jessica B

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