#NetNet: Free ghost book drawing by midnight tonight! Plus The Night Cafe & a newsreel treasure trove. Happy Easter weekend.Posted: April 19, 2014 Filed under: *Macabre Media, Guest Posts & Reblogs, NetNet | Tags: book give away, British Pathe, free horror, ghosts, Hemmingway, horror, Hunter Shea, newsreels, rafflecopter, Renae Rude, Sinister Entity, The Paranormalist, The Waiting, true ghost story, Van Gogh 2 Comments
A short ‘NetNet this week (which is better than none, right?) I seem to have injured my right wrist / forearm and working on the computer, and scrolling in particular HURTS. I’m pretty much taking a few days away from the PC. Happy Easter weekend everybody.
DON’T FORGET TO ENTER TO WIN A FREE DIGITAL BOOK, OR AUTOGRAPHED PAPERBACK, BY HUNTER SHEA . YOUR DEADLINE IS 11:59pm TONIGHT
The tour has been going well, form what I can see. To find links to all the tour’s stops, visit Hunter’s launch post at his website, huntershea.com.
In order to enter the drawing, please click below to be taken to The Paranormalist Portal.
Once there, you will find a widget that allows you to earn chances (think of them as raffle tickets) by completing simple actions that will support Hunter. Tasks that can earn entries for you range from following him on Twitter to purchasing and reviewing any of his books. (THAT sort of behavior, will get you multiple entries, of course :))
Once you’re done there, there will be an easy link to come back here, so you can continue reading this week’s NetNet.
CLICK TO GO TO THE PARANORMALIST PORTAL
GET SWEPT UP IN MUSINGS ON VAN GOGH & HEMMINGWAY
Ray has been participating in an A-Z challenge over at his place, and has chosen the theme of art. I’ve enjoyed the whole series so far, and learned a fair bit. This is my my favorite so far:
From Ray Yanek at Writing the Rails: N is for … (the Night Cafe)
SPEND THE WEEKEND HUNTING FOR NEWSREEL TREASURES
British Pathé, has uploaded 85,000 historic films to YouTube. Read more about the project at The Telegraph.
The folks over at Mysterious Times brought this to my attention. If you aren’t subscribed to this site that frequently shares historical and paranormal links and tidbits, you ought to be.
There is no way I’m going to capture every great thing that happens in my personal web, let alone on the wider internet. The posts I feature here just happened to catch my eye. They resonated with me and whatever is going on in my life right now. And they are worth sharing.