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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Scavenger Hunt

Hi, all!

So I promised the Scavenger Hunt Recap.

Following is a list of all the places I posted at during the Riptide blog tour for Christmas Kitsch.

Toward the bottom of each post-- whether I wrote an article or not-- is a description of the scavenger hunt, and a special phrase, chosen from the content of the articles I wrote for the blog tour!

There are twelve places-- but all I need from YOU are six of the phrases.

Go visit the blogs, gather the phrases, and email them to me!  You can find my contact at My Website, or at amylane AT greenshill DOT com.  Leave a comment here, so I know to look for you, and be sure to send me your address.  After Christmas, I'll send you a key fob and a bookmark-- or two if you ask for it-- and, well, if you want any other bookmarks (there's a gallery on the website!) be sure to let me know.

And that's it.

Thank you so much for participating-- so many of you have told me that this story is close to your hearts, not just because Rusty and Oliver were dear but because you too had fond memories of a distant past and a rocky beginning.

I love that.  I feel like I gave you happy memories in this story about two boys with a hopeful future.  Thank you so much for playing.

LIST OF PLACES TO VIST.

A Place to Park-- post and chance to win are here at Sid Love's.  

Firsts-- post and chance to win are both here at Sinfully Sexy. 

A stoplight stop is here at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words. 

And another stoplight stop is right here at Dawn's Book Nook. 

It's a Rat and a lovely review over at The Jeep Diva.

A Place to Lay Your Head is over here at Cup of Porn.

A spotlight stop and a lovely review are over here at Tracey's Place.

A lovely review is here at Joyfully Jay'sand the article about the Freeway Chair right here.

There's a lovely review and a stoplight spot here at Kathy's.  

And another couple of spotlights here at Queertown Abbey and All I Want and More.  

And Mate's Word Edgewise is here at Under the Covers and they already have a very sweet review up as well. 

11 comments:

Kylia said...

I've sent off my email with my information. Lovely Scavenger Hunt, Amy.

I especially liked the tidbits of information from everyday life, like breadcrumbs; illustrated this way it makes it so much easier to see how certain aspects of our characters get drawn from our own lives, regardless how different they may seem on the surface.

Anyway...this scavenger hunt was great fun! I can't wait to read the book. Maybe I'll find some time after the Solstice. Happy Holidays.!

Leigh Black said...

Just sent an email! :) I know I've already said this on twitter, but I really adored this story!

bethtrue said...

Hi Amy - I'm on it! I'll be emailing you :-) Thanks - this was fun!

Amy Lynn said...

I sent an email. I really enjoyed Christmas Kitsch and I'm hoping that there might be a story for Rex. He was hilarious!
Thank you for the fun scavenger hunt.

Amy Lynn said...

I just sent an email. Thank you for the scavenger hunt. It was fun.

I enjoyed Christmas Kitsch, and I'm hoping there might be a story for Rex. He was hilarious, but also kind and loving.

Noah said...

I entered the scavenger hunt.

Thank you,

Georgia

Noah said...

I have entered the scavenger hunt.

Thank you,

Georgia

p.s. Noah's email is the default account for the iPad.

Keela_1221 said...

Thank you very much for the hunt. And the swag that goes with it. Christmas Kitsch was a really wonderful story, it was filled with so much hope. Thank you

Jen said...

I just sent my email in for the scavenger hunt. It was fun! Thank you!!!

DecRainK said...

I'm about to send my email :-)

Aniko Laczko said...

Scavenger hunt phrases hunted and emailed!