Which Classic Horror Literature Character Are You? Win a Vintage Book on Magic and the Supernatural!

October 07, 2019 1 min read 0 Comments

Which Classic Horror Literature Character Are You? Win a Vintage Book on Magic and the Supernatural!

With Halloween just around the corner, there's no doubt that we're all beginning to feel the spooktober spirit. To celebrate one of the most exciting (and definitely the scariest) events of the year, we're hosting a giveaway of a vintage book on Magic and the Supernatural worth £40!

For your chance to win, simply take the quiz at the bottom of the page then follow the link below to share your result;

 https://mailchi.mp/countryhouselibrary/halloween

The winner will be selected on the 31st of October, so make sure you get stuck in before the spookiest day of the year comes round!



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