Ho, ho, ho, and welcome to Ever On Word’s stop on J. Taylor Publishing’s Christmas Cracker Scavenger Hunt!
Who’s ready to play for some prizes?! Here’s how it works: Scattered throughout the participating blogs are an assortment of letters. From now until midnight (EST) on Monday, December 15th, visit ALL the stops, collect ALL the letters, and rearrange them to spell out the secret Christmas-related word. Once you’ve got the answer, submit your entry in this Rafflecopter. Second Grand Prize = a $10 Amazon gift card. And the First Grand Prize? A $100 Amazon gift card!
The letter you’re looking for here is displayed at the end of this post. But wait! That’s not all! Each of the stops is also hosting an individual e-book giveaway! (Pretty sure one of them is an e-copy of a certain novel by yours truly. *wiggles brows*) Here’s the book up for grabs over here:
She should have run. Now, she’ll have to fight. Eighteen year old Birdie may be homeless, but she’s surviving, that is until a mysterious guy throws money in the air like a crazy game show host and she grabs some with the idea she’ll be able to buy dinner that night. In that singular moment, unassuming Birdie becomes the girl in everyone’s viewfinder. Thugs want to kill her. Money-guy wants to recruit her. The very hot, very rich and very out of her league Grey Mathews wants to save her. Birdie, though, wants nothing to do with any of them until she realizes fate didn’t bring them all together. Her heritage did. Now, with only twenty-one days left, she’s got to decide whether to follow in the footsteps of those before her or risk her life for people she’s only just met.
How to enter to win a free e-copy? Comment below: What is your favorite Christmas-related story? ^^ (Book, movie, special TV episode… it’s all fair game!) I’ll draw a name from the responders at random, and shall alert the winner on Monday. Good luck to all entrants!
And now, for your scavenger hunt letter:
Off you go to collect the rest! Next stop from here: The blog of Keri Lake.
P.S. – Here are all the other stops, in case you lose your way. (No judgment; sometimes those pesky lead reindeer get the sleigh all turned around.