Stephen King’s Joyland Online Carnival Tour.

Joyland

Stephen King’s Joyland Online Carnival Tour

Step right up! Step right up! Talk “the Talk” @Titan Books to Win Money-Can’t-Buy Prizes

 

Best-selling author Stephen King returns with a breathtaking tale of love – and loss – set in a 1970s North Carolina amusement park.

 

Celebrating the release of this bittersweet coming-of-age novel, Titan Books and Hard Case Crime are teaming up with a series of digital partners to host competitions to win a free copies of Joyland and a limited run of EXCLUSIVE JOYLAND canvas prints of Glen Orbik’s cover painting.

 

Who dares enter the world of JOYLAND to win these unique prizes?

 

Playing the game is simple.

 

To be entered into todays draw to win AN EXCLUSIVE COVER ART CANVAS PRINT, just copy and paste the correct statement to a tweet @titanbooks

 

To a carny, a RUBE is a carnival customer…I think. Find out in Stephen King’s #JOYLAND

To a carny, a RUBE is a midway prize…I think. Find out in Stephen King’s #JOYLAND

 

Follow the carnival as it tours across websites… Each website will post a definition of carny “Talk” or Stephen King trivia everyday for three weeks.

 

The more unique carny terms and Stephen King facts that you share with the world, the more likely that you are to win books or other prizes.  For full details of stops on the tour please visit titanbooks.com/joylandblogtour

 

Step right up! Step right up! Talk “the Talk” @Titan Books!

 

WIN a free copy of the book!

For Team Hellions readers only Titan Books has provided a give away copy of the book.  Leave a comment below telling me your favorite Stephen King book and why.  Winner chosen based on random number generator.

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2 comments on “Stephen King’s Joyland Online Carnival Tour.

  1. Ok, so The Mist isn’t a full novel but I think it’s my favorite story of his.The whole unseen horror waiting to kill you and how weird the things were when you did actually see them. The scene in the pharmacy has stuck with me ever since I read it decades ago.

  2. For me it would be The Stand – it was the first King book I ever read – especially the Lincoln Tunnel scene – which i had to read with the lights on…one of the scariest parts of any book I have read.

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