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Wolfie Friends Day 5-THE BEAST WITHIN

The Wolfie World Tour continues today at Ex Libris

Bianca D’Arc is a part of The Beast Within anthology with her story Smoke On the Water. (You’ve got the song running through your brain now, don’t you? :D)

Bianca choose to share from her hero/heroine’s perspective a few answers in Twitter-limited 140 characters!

1. What was your heroine’s favourite subject at school?

I just got my Masters in Chem Eng. I thought I’d get a job in the private sector but then I got bit and now… well, life is interesting. ;)

2. How would your hero deal with packing for an extended trip?

BDU’s, boots, my utility belt and my favorite firearms. What else do I need on a trip? Maybe some camo face paint – my version of sunblock.

3. Where would h/h go for a first anniversary getaway?

We fell in love at a little lakeside cabin in Middle Tennessee & we’d go back in a minute. This time we could do without the zombies though.

SMOKE ON THE WATER: Part of The Beast Within

In the misty fog of a lakefront village, zombies are roaming wild – and zombie hunter John Petit must stop the carnage. John is also fighting a different kind of battle: a forbidden passion for his new partner, Donna. With her help, killing zombies is a walk in the park, but keeping his desire in check is making him sweat…

Available: Amazon

Leave a comment today for a chance to win your choice of formats of The Beast Within, kindle or print. Answer the question: What’s the scariest movie you’ve ever watched?

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Sullivan McPig
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Oh! I so must get my trotters on this book! Once Bitten, Twice Dead is one of my favourite zombie reads.

As for scariest movie: Event Horizon!
No matter how often I see it, it keeps creeping me out!

Carol L
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I don’t watch scary movies anymore ever since watching Stephen King’s clown movie. Can’t remember the name though. Maybe it was called “It”… Just too freaky for me.
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Sarah
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This looks like another fab read :) I’m not really a big fan of horror movies, I freak myself out if I watch them & end up not being able to sleep! I remember when I was about 7 my Dad let me and my step-sisters watch Critters and we all had nightmares for weeks. I saw it again when I was older and it really isn’t that scary but as a child it freaked me out big time – that scene where the critter jumps out of the toilet & bites a guy on the bum scarred me for… Read more »
Jen B.
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First you said Bianca D’Arc. Then you said killing zombies. Sold! My fingers are crossed that I win this.
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cait045
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Silence of the Lambs. I was ten and at a sleepover. I couldn’t chicken out and not watch it. Never again.

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MJB
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I’m not a fan of scary movies and I never go to slash ’em up blood fest movies. But I agree with caito45 that Silence of the Lamns had me jumping. I can’t believe she saw it at age 10 – that’s nuts; where were the parents? *grin* I saw it as a full-fledged adult and it creeped me out for the longest time.
The cover for The Beast Within is ridiculously hot! Pleae throw my name into the hat…
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Dovile
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Stephen King’s Christine, about a possessed car that was jealous of its owner and killed all women. I was only 5 or so when i watched it – I don’t know what my parents were thinking about to let me watch it… I was so scared after it, that I was convinced that there’s a witch under my bed that’s going to grab my ankle if I go too near it, so I was afraid of going to bed for quite some time:)

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Louise
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Yeah, I’m not much of a scary movie fan either. Of the movies I have watched I would say that either Blade or Interview with a Vampire were pretty equal in the scare the heck of Louise arena. :D However, since I watched those movies I’ve been reading books with those kind of elements in them, so I’m not sure if I’d find them as scary any more. Thanks, I’ll take my horror in a book where my Kindle-thumb can quickly skip parts with ease and hey no visuals and audio!

Joder
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Hands-down the scariest movie is The Exorcist! The creepy child with the sense of evil permeating everything. I’ve only watched it once and that was enough.

desiree
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The Saw movies and the Amityville horror movies. I tend to not like scary movies. I prefer action movies with no scary parts. deslauree3 at aol dot com

JeanP
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Not a big fan of scary movies, but one that I will never forget is “The Shining”.
I prefer reading about horror, rather than watching it.

Tracey D
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Alien! That movie had me jumping every 15 minutes! LOL

Vanessa
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I like watching horror movies so I would say the scariest movie I’ve seen was the Exorcist.

Colleen
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As for movies… I am not a horror fan! Saw Nightmare on Elm Street when I was younger and it gave me nightmares… I can deal with suspense movies, but not horror… do not care for the blood and gore…

elaing8
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I’m not a big fan of horror movies.The Shining and Cujo freaked me out.
(please don’t enter me for The Beast Within,I already have it)

Brenda Hyde
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I have got to say it’s still The Exorcist. I’m not sure why– most people laugh at it– but I think it was just the combo of it’s being religious and that it was a young girl. I never did make it through the entire movie and I’ve tried a few times. Oddly though I read the book when I was about 15 and was okay with that. LOL

The Beast Within is on my list to buy as soon as I get more money:)

Diana
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I love horror movies. The only movie I can remember was ” It “(Stephen King book).I was kid when I saw the movie and I was really scared. After this movie I hated the clowns and the truth is even now I can not see them.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Na S.
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I love scary movies, although lately I haven’t seen any good ones. They are more gory than scary. Jaws was pretty terrifying!

Renee Bennett
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I love Bianca D’Arc books, so thank you for the chance to win. I don’t own a kindle, so if I win I’ll take the print version, unless it can be offered as an epub. The scariest movie i ever saw has to be Night of the Living Dead. (the original version in black & white) I was a teenager and saw in at the drive-in with 3 of my friends. It scared us so bad that when I was being dropped off at home, one of the boys started talking like one of the characters in the movie and… Read more »
Estella
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I don’t watch movies.

emmad
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Cujo. I was about 14 and scared me silly.

Brandy'z Books
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Hi, I don’t know if I could pic only one scary movie a few rate up there on the freaky scale. I guess I would pick The Exorcist as the scariest. It definatly has left a mark on me, it also happens to be my Fav :) I prefer print books.

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winnie
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I don’t like scary movies in general so I can’t really recall the scariest movie I’ve seen.

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SarahM
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The Ring is the scariest movie I’ve ever seen – usually I have no problem watching scary movies and love them but this one kept me awake for a week!

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wanda flanagan
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I love a good scare I think the one that scared me the most was the Scream series .Realistc horror films the kind that could happen realy freak me out .The I know what you did last summer one s scared me too lol.

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Amy
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I would have to say that Paranormal Activity was one of the scariest movies I’ve ever watched because of the way it was presented on screen. It seemed so real and documentary-like.

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Becky Ward
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Great post! I love horror movies. I can’t think of a movie that was the scariest to me. Even though I love those type of movies they aren’t that scary to me. If I had to choose I will go with The Exorcist and the Halloween series of movies. I think these movies will give you a good scare without turning your stomach. At least, not too much.

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Marlene Breakfield
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Halloween was a really scary movie.

Fedora
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I avoid all movies that even hint at being scary–I’ve been scared silly by episodes of the X-files so there’s no way that I can chance it with a full-length scary something!

Tamara Hoffa
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I’m not much for scary movies, I like suspense and paranormal, but not horror. I guess i’d have to say poltergeist, or fire starter

June M.
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I think the movie that somehow stuck with me the longest was Stephen King’s IT! Although I am not scared of clowns, they creep me out. Otherwise, I generally end up laughing at scary movies. I love them but find humor instead of fear, one of my nieces is the same way. We watch movies together and laugh about the unique ways that people die. Some of them are really funny.

Judi S
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I don’t know if “totally freaked me out” counts as the scariest, but White Noise, staring Micheal Keaton, had me jumping off the couch and I couldn’t stop thinking about it after I saw it. It definitely stuck with me! It really creeped me out, lol.

jeanette8042
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Scariest movie I watched is Texas Chainsaw Massacre and I pretty much stopped watching gory and scary movies after that.

JoAnna B
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Scariest movie for me was Saw II. Psychological horror, creepy.

Mary Preston
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WHEN A STRANGER CALLS – the original version. I slept with the light on for a week. Creeped me out.

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Anne
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It wasn’t actually a horror movie. It was a movie with Audrey Hepburn and her character was blind and being chased by bad guys (don’t remember the title). I saw it when I was about 10. A local channel also showed Dracula movies in the afternoon and any one of those was scary when I was a kid.

Darcy
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Scariest movie was eons ago. I think it was called Fear no Evil. All I know is I woke up in the middle of the night and turned on the tv. We had cable, and there was movie playing already, and whatever it entailed made me not watching a scary movie for about 5 years. This was back in 1980. But truthfully Texas Chained Saw Massacre. I started watching once and thank god I didn’t finish it. Never want to…ever….lol I can’t even talk about it cause it still scares me….and it takes a lot to scare me….Thank you for… Read more »
Kristy
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I can’t pin it down to one movie, but the movies that scared the crap out of me when I younger were Creepshow 2 (particularly the one with the hitchhiker that kept saying “Thanks for the ride lady”), The People Under The Stairs, It, and Nightmare on Elm Street.

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miki
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it was ” Ca” by stephen king

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Zina
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You all can laugh at me all you want but my girls know when we’re at the cinema anda preview comes on for a serious scary movie they tell me to leave, believe me I listen, I get up and walk out until I know for sure they are done. The previews for the Paranormal movies scare the s**t out of me, so any kind of movie like that will scare me to death so I don’t watch them at all…everThe last scary movie/movies I saw that scared me were the first Friday the 13th. At the end I threw… Read more »
CrystalGB
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The Exorcist. It gave me nightmares.

Lindsey E
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Do not watch scary movies so have no idea.

Lisa
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I don’t really do scary movies, but probably The Ring