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Giveaway: May Supernatural and Mythology Pack

Dark Faerie Tales is giving away a supernatural and mythology reading pack that includes the following titles:

1. For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund

For Darkness Shows the Stars

2. Destined by Aprilynne Pike

Destined (Wings, #4)

3. The Selection by Kiera Cass

The Selection (The Selectio...

4. Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin

Masque of the Red Death (Ma...

5. Gilt by Katherine Longshore

Gilt

6. Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins

Sweet Evil

7. The Lost Code by Kevin Emerson

The Lost Code (The Atlantea...

8. Struck by Jennifer Bosworth

Struck

9. Enchanted by Alethea Kontis

Enchanted

10. of Poseidon by Anna Banks

Of Poseidon

11. When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle

When You Were Mine

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48 Responses to “Giveaway: May Supernatural and Mythology Pack

  1. maidenveilNo Gravatar
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    I want to read something about witches but set in the time where they were hunted.

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  2. Viki S.No Gravatar
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    I really can’t think of anything new. The Across The Universe idea was rather new and I’ve enjoyed it. Sorry – I guess I’m drawing a blank.

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  3. LadyVampireNo Gravatar
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    I think it might be cool to read about shape shifters who turn into water going creatures. Like maybe an orca or tiger shark. So far, I havent picked up or read any books with those types in them.

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  4. KausarNo Gravatar
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    I Really can’t think of anything new. But would like to read about shape shifters like LadyVampire wrote.

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  5. MollyNo Gravatar
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    I’d like to see more Egyptian mythology done.

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  6. Kelly MillsNo Gravatar
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    I would like to see something with gargoyles!

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  7. Julie S.No Gravatar
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    It is hard to come up with new ideas because it seems like everything has been done. But I do enjoy when people change the rules about a certain mythological creature.

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  8. AdvaNo Gravatar
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    Umm…I think all the popular ones are on the verge of being over-done, so I would like to see something stemming in less popular areas – like Egyptian, Mayan, Hindu mythologies. As for supernatural elements, it’s more difficult to find ones that weren’t explored recently. Maybe the most refreshing idea would be to go back to the old ‘beliefs’ – meaning, where dark creatures are bad rather than forgivable (though it’s not an idea I’d like to stand behind, I think every story has two sides and nothing is 100% evil or 100% good).
    Maybe leprechauns have been left behind in the whole mythical-creatures-come-to-life.

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  9. LoriNo Gravatar
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    Any mythologies that aren’t European-based would feel different.

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  10. VivienNo Gravatar
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    I would love to read more about Selkies. They aren’t used that often.

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  11. kristina shieldsNo Gravatar
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    Maybe the time during the Romans power. some story about that

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  12. Rain MaidenNo Gravatar
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    I would like to read a book with the four elements. I know there’s got to be a book out there like that. Thanks for the May Pack giveaway!

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  13. erinf1No Gravatar
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    Thanks for the great giveaway! Wow… that’s a hard question. Everything has been done, or so it seems. Maybe more Native American mythology?

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  14. elaing8No Gravatar
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    I agree with Kelly.I’d like to see stuff on gargoyles.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  15. Marie-ClaudeNo Gravatar
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    The Gargoyle idea sound great!!!! I would love to find a good mermaid storie.

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  16. Dani NguyenNo Gravatar
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    I always feel like it’s all been done before and then something new comes out and shocks the hell out of me. I guess I’m just not that creative!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. Amber HughesNo Gravatar
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    Like Rain, I’d like to read books about the four elements. It’s one of the reasons I’m really looking forward to reading Storm by Brigid Kemmerer. I think that’s really cool.

    Thanks so much for the wonderful giveaway! Most of those are already on my TBR list!

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  18. Arooj HNo Gravatar
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    I can’t really think of anything new or refreshing, seeing as all the ideas I have seem to be already done. But maybe something like a character who has the ability to travel to different dimensions would be interesting.

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  19. Melissa (Books and Things)No Gravatar
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    Something new? Hm…

    I haven’t seen much time travel in YA. Also would love to see more females be kick-ass in YA. Don’t get that as often either.

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  20. Barbara ElnessNo Gravatar
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    It seems like just about everything I can think of has been done, but I love it when an author takes something that’s been around awhile and puts a new spin on it, such as Lara Adrian’s vampires who are alien hybrids. Hopefully there are authors out there with a better imagination than me. :D

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  21. Bethany C.No Gravatar
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    I don’t see much mythology based on the indigenous people of South/Central America.

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  22. Teresa WarnerNo Gravatar
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    I love dolphins, would love to read about them as shapeshifters!

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  23. Nicole WeiszNo Gravatar
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    I have pretty much seen it all, I like when the authors completely change the typical beings, like vampires or mermaids. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  24. bn100No Gravatar
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    Maybe people who can shift into fire?

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  25. Tanyaw1224No Gravatar
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    Gosh…I think I’ve read just about everything. There were some I wasn’t sure about but gave it a read anyway. Like gargoyles and gators but they were actually really good. I never thought I’d like or think a man who turns to stone would be hot in a book but dang. I can’t think of anything new but if they come up with something, I will read it =) Thanks for the awesome giveaway =)

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  26. CrystalGBNo Gravatar
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    I would love to see more books that deal with Greek/Roman mythology and some different kinds of shifters.

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  27. Samantha R.No Gravatar
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    I feel like just about everything has been tackled in some form or another. I’d love to see valkyries get a bit more spotlight, though.

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  28. SandyG265No Gravatar
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    I’d like to see some south american or african mythology.

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  29. AmyNo Gravatar
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    I’d love to see some ancient Chinese mythology, as well as “softer” heroines. I don’t need all these strong heroines all the time.

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  30. Susan S.No Gravatar
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    Thanks for the giveaway. It seems like everything has been done and then someone comes out with an original take on something old that makes it seem new.

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  31. DeAnna SchultzNo Gravatar
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    I hope there will be more mythology based paranormal’s to come. I’d love to see more Celtic, Greek, Norse and Egyptian novels.
    Thank you for the chance to win! :)

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  32. MaureenNo Gravatar
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    The only mythologies you really don’t see (and so would be new and refreshing) are those of the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. Pretty much everything else pops up depending on what niche you read. :D

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  33. Ashley HNo Gravatar
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    Gosh thats hard they pretty much have all the good ones covered!

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  34. Enigma75No Gravatar
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    I’d really like to see Middle Eastern/African/Egyptian mythologies explored.

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  35. Amanda S.No Gravatar
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    I have no clue everything seems to have been done but I guess more Egyptian like Cleopatra times that would be cool.

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  36. LeeannaNo Gravatar
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    I’d like to see more Greek Mythology, and Egyptian Mythology.

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  37. Tabitha WilliamsNo Gravatar
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    I agree with most people who say that Egyptian mythology would be great. I also think I would like to see more Norse mythology.

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  38. Stephanie27No Gravatar
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    It is so hard to think of new ones! It would be cool to have less of the big ones though. Maybe more with animal familiars?

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  39. AnnieNo Gravatar
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    Great giveaway. I think that the Egyptian Mythology would be awesome. I love reading the Greek mythology stories since I was a kid, but finding books with Egyptian Mythology is much harder.

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  40. Jennifer BielmanNo Gravatar
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    Creatures that are the manifestation of one type of personality. Like someone who is always sarcastic, no matter what.

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  41. ZuzanaNo Gravatar
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    Gargoyles and devils, Death maybe

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  42. Megan@The Book BabeNo Gravatar
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    I would really like to read more books about sirens, because it seems like all we really get on that front is Mermaids, no real sirens.

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  43. Marlene BreakfieldNo Gravatar
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    Gargoyles would be my pick.

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  44. savannaNo Gravatar
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    i want to read something about aliens. My new favorite thing.

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  45. ThrouthehazeNo Gravatar
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    I’ve read so many different books featuring Roman, Greek, Native American, Norse and Egyptian mythology so I think Middle Eastern or Chinese mythology would be a nice change.

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  46. NicoleNo Gravatar
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    Hmm…I can’t think of anything that I haven’t either read or know is out there. I like some of the others ideas especially Egyptian mythology or gargoyles could interesting as well.

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  47. Jennifer ANo Gravatar
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    Wow, what a giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Something new? Hhhmm…. well, I’m not very creative like that. I like to leave that to the authors! LOL! Um, I guess I’d love to read about Indian mythinology (like from India, not Native Americans).

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  48. DJ LibrarianNo Gravatar
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    I would love to see more eastern mythologies whether Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc. It hasn’t been explored much in books, and it would be nice to see more of their folktales. :)

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