What kind of Halloween person are you? Dress up and party every year, give out candy maybe dressed up, or hide inside your house with the porch light off?
Leigh: I dress up every year and take my kids out to trick and treat.
Are you a master pumpkin carver?
Leigh: Not at all I’ve painted a couple good pumpkins in the past.
Pictures of you in Halloween costumes.
Find a picture of a costume you love.
Tell us a childhood memory of something that has happened to you during Halloween.
Leigh: One year while I trick or treating I jumped across the ditch to get to the house quicker in my hast I didn’t see that there was a rose bush and I jumped right in the middle of the bush. It seemed to take forever for my friend and father to help get me out of the rose bush the thorns kept getting caught in my Halloween costume.
Do you like haunted houses or mazes?
Leigh: Haunted Houses
Do you believe in ghosts?
Leigh: Yes, very much so.
What is your favorite Halloween tradition?
Leigh: Dressing up and getting to pretending to be somebody or something else.
What is your favorite Halloween movie to watch or are you a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown sort?
Leigh: I’ve always liked the Headless Horseman
Have you ever tricked instead of treated like toilet papering someone’s house or egging a person or house?
Leigh: I must say I’ve always gone for the candy.
Freddy Krueger or Jason Voorhees?
Leigh: Freddy Krueger
What’s your favorite Urban Legend?
Leigh: Bloody Mary
Leigh Savage lives in Saint Louis, MO with her husband and two children. Leigh is known for her paranormal erotic romance novels Angel of Death and Shadows of My Past. She has also written a collection of short stories called Bound by Blood and her new release Dream Dragon the Dark Side of Poetry. Leigh is currently working on her next paranormal erotic romance short Surrender to the Night that's a prequel to Angel of Death as well as book three in her vampire series called Embrace of the Immortal.
Visions of death, sorrow, and anguish are common for Desi while working with the St. Louisville Police Department as a consultant in tracking down kidnappers and murders. However, a single touch from Barcuilai and her visions were of another time and place. Why then was the man in her visions standing right in front of her in the present? Desi wasn't sure how to handle these visions of sorrow that she saw when she touched Barcuilai. They troubled her in a way that made her feel as if her very soul was being torn apart. She wanted to flee; just as much as she wanted to erase the pain from his golden eyes. Together Barcuilai and Desi could not deny the connection they felt for one another. Will Barcuilai find love once more only to lose it again when Desi becomes the target of the very serial killers she's helping the police track down or will Desi just become another shadow of his past?
The cab pulled up outside what looked like a castle. The rain was still coming down strong, Barcuilai handed the cab driver some money then turned to Desi. “I’m sorry, my lady, but I’m afraid we're going to have to make a dash for the door or else we will be completely soaked.” He smiled devilishly.
“Are you crazy? Run in these heels?” Desi exclaimed.
“Hum, that’s a problem. I can’t have you falling and hurting yourself; that just won’t do.” Without a word Barcuilai exited the cab and went to Desi’s side and opened the door.
“What are you doing?”
In one swift motion, he swooped Desi up into his arms and ran with her until he got her to the safety of the porch. Only then did he set her down so he could open the door. “Welcome to my home.” Barcuilai said while gesturing for her to enter before him. Once inside Desi glanced around. The house was huge. In fact you could possibly fit her entire apartment building in his house. “Wow!” is all that she said. Barcuilai looked at Desi standing in his doorway, water dripping to create a puddle on the floor. Her shirt was completely see through, her nipples were taught against the clingy fabric. “Let’s get you upstairs to dry off before you get cold.” Barcuilai said with hunger burning in his gaze. Barcuilai looked at Desi standing in his doorway, water dripping to create a puddle on the floor. Her shirt was completely see through, her nipples were taught against the clingy fabric. “Let’s get you upstairs to dry off before you get cold.” Barcuilai said with hunger burning in his gaze.
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Leigh is donating some awesome prizes for this Spooktacular. Here are the details:
1 winner will win a ebook copy of "Angel of Death", "Shadows of my Past" and "Bound by Blood".
2 winners will win a ebook copy of their choice of one of the books listed above.
For a total of 3 winners. This giveaway is international. Just leave a meaningful comment or question for Leigh. Good Luck!