Contest: FANGORIA Gives Away Copies of “THE INN” from Kensington Press!


Need a weekend getaway? Why not spend it at THE INN? Kesington Press has sent several copies of their new book THE INN by William Patterson. Keep reading below to find out how you can win a copy!

For those unfamiliar, here’s the synopsis for THE INN:

The ramshackle B&B in western Massachusetts isn’t just an inheritance—it seems like the best chance for Jack and Annabel Devlin to save their marriage and start over. But Annabel’s first impressions of the remote inn don’t ease her nerves. In fact, everything about the gloomy Victorian draws Annabel back into childhood nightmares. 

Locals whisper about the Blue Boy Inn and its long history of murders and mysterious disappearances. Soon Annabel hears noises within the walls and glimpses something—somethings—scurrying in the shadows. The locked attic, the bricked-up fireplace…for years they’ve helped keep a ravenous evil at bay. Now Jack and Annabel’s arrival has stirred the house to life again. Debts must be paid, hungers will be satisfied, and one by one, Annabel’s worst fears are about to come true.

Discover the truth behind Annabel’s fears by entering to win a copy of William Patterson’s THE INN.


To enter send an email to rebekah@fangoria.com. Please place “The Inn” in the subject line and include the following info:

-Your name
– Email address
– Mailing address
– Age
– Phone number

The contest will stay open for 10 days and is only available to residents of the United States and Canada. Thanks for entering, and please check out THE INN, now available from Kensington Press!


About the author
Rebekah McKendry

Rebekah McKendry is the Director of Marketing for Fangoria Entertainment, and additionally she is a college professor teaching classes focused on film history and horror films. She is also an award-winning filmmaker. She has Bachelor’s Degrees in Film and English, a MA in Media Education, a MFA in Film, and she is currently completing her PhD in Media Theory focused on horror and exploitation cinema. She is especially passionate about grindhouse films, video nasties, and rare or lost titles.

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