M/M Memorial Day Scavenger Hunt!

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I had so much fun with the Scavenger Hunt last year, I decided to participate again!

And as an added bonus, tell me your favorite Memorial Day memory in the comments below! I have two physical copy books to give away! U.S. entrants only, please. I will draw the winners on the last day of the Scavenger Hunt and announce them on this blog. Have fun, readers!


Welcome to the 2nd annual MM Memorial Day Scavenger Hunt!

10 Days, 31 Stops, and loads of prizes! The rules are simple: At each stop on the tour you’ll find a military themed picture with a word or words. Collect the words and figure out the secret phrase (HINT: It’s lyrics to a song). Once you think you have the correct phrase, enter it into the Rafflecopter at any of the stops.

Three winners will be selected from all the correct phrases for the three prize packs.

Good Luck and Happy Hunting!

Our stop’s word is:  FALLING

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Enter Phrase to Win!

Prize Lists:

1st Place Prize

– $25 Amazon GC from Sassy Girl Books

– $10 Amazon GC from Aria Grace

– $10 Amazon GC from Two Chicks Obsessed

– $5 Amazon GC from Jessie G

– $5 ARe GC from Kai Tyler

– Winners Choice of 2 Audio Books from Amy Lane

– Winners Choice of 2 eBooks Susan MacNicol’s backlist

– Winners Choice of 3 ebooks from The Rock Gods Series from Ann Lister

– eBook of Trouble Comes in Threes by Decadent Delights

– Winners choice of any eBook on JR Gray’s backlist

 

2nd Place Prize

– $10 USD Amazon GC from NR Walker

– $10 ARe GC from MM Book Escape

– $10 Amazon or ARe GC from Chris McHart

– $5 Amazon GC from Andrew Jericho

– Winners Choice of any ebook on Jessie G’s backlist

– Winner’s choice of eBook from Jaime Reese’s backlist title (ebook gifted via Amazon)

– eBook from Brita Addams

– eBook of The Shape of Honey from Ki Brightly

– eBook of My Zombie Boyfriend by T. Strange

 

3rd Place Prize (US Only)

– $10 USD Amazon GC from BFD Book Blog

– $10 USD Amazon GC from Joyfully Reviewed

– $10 ARe GC from Prism Book Alliance

– $5 Amazon CG from Carly’s Book Reviews

– Signed copies of all three published Kethric Wilcox books

– ebook Hitting Black Ice by Heloise West

– Set of Mile High Romance eEooks from Aria Grace

– eBook of Fire and Rain by Andrew Grey

– eBoook of Unexpectedly Lucky from Carly Rose


When you’re done playing the game you can pre-order Ki Brightly’s newest paranormal romance release at the Dreamspinner Press Website! (All e-formats available.)

Released June, 27th.

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The Paranaturalist

As a kid, Joseph Appleyard saw things hidden from others. Now he is The Paranaturalist, an investigator and cohost of a television show that seeks to prove the existence of the paranormal. Some think Joe is crazy, but they don’t realize he knows firsthand there’s more to the world than what most perceive. The trouble is, somewhere along the way, Joe lost his vision and it left his world flat and dull. One night an investigation goes horribly wrong, and a powerful ghostly manifestation sends Joe tumbling into a river. Spirit worker Owen Watson saves Joe’s life, and once they are back on dry land, whatever has been blocking Joe’s vision has been washed away.

 

When a haunting goes from annoying to dangerous, people turn to Owen Watson. He hates those infuriating hacks from TV, but when he pulls Joe from the river, his mind begins to change. Joe is scared and confused, and, Owen realizes, he might just be the real thing. Together, they work to understand the part of Joe that has been shut away for so long. But just as Joe is acclimating to his abilities, his career as a paranormal investigator is in danger of being ripped away. Owen would gladly battle a bloodthirsty spirit for Joe, but he’s out of his element in the world of reality television.

The Paranaturalist E-Book

The Paranaturalist Paperback

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2 responses to “M/M Memorial Day Scavenger Hunt!

  1. Trix

    Memorial Day usually coincided with my grandfather’s birthday, so I’d always make cakes for him (from mixes when I was really little, then cookbooks when I was older). I remember insisting on putting on all 72 candles one year, even though my older brother hinted that may not be a good idea. The cake got wax all over the top and tasted a little sooty afterward, but at least Grandpa didn’t act offended…

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