YA Scavenger Hunt #2

Welcome to the second stop on the YA Summer Scavenger Hunt! Scroll down to find the second word in the short story. Be sure to read the entire post so you don’t miss it! In the mean time, check out my own personal giveaway below!

THE CHRONICLES OF WARSHARD

Would you like to give the Chronicles of Warshard a try?

Enter to win the series reviewers are calling “refreshing, badass and powerful”! Pick and choose how you’d like to enter using the rafflecopter below for your chance to win paperbacks of the first two books in the series, along with the companion short story collection (in ebook)!

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Already read the Chronicles of Warshard series? Check out a free excerpt of my next book The Aldar Dominion, on Instafreebie! 

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Now for what you’ve all been waiting for….
The second word in the YA scavenger hunt short story is:

The secret word is: “UPON

Put together all the words (in order from 1 ~ 140) and reconstruct the “Secret Legend”.

When you’re done, enter the grand prize here.
If you have any questions, make sure to visit the main post and list of participating authors here.

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!

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46 thoughts on “YA Scavenger Hunt #2

  1. My favourite would have to be The Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare! I have a replica clockwork angel like Tessa’s!(:

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    1. Also when I signed up for your newsletter I was supposed to get an excerpt of Haven but it took me right back to the main page, I think, am I getting that excerpt in my email?

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  2. My favorite YA fantasy book is the whole Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa. It’s not high fantasy but I love it all the same. I love her writing and all of her characters and I love the spin she put on fearies!

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  3. My favorite YA fantasy is Harry Potter, The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica, and Daughter of Smoke and Bones series. It’s too hard to pick just one!

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  4. Probably my favorite YA Fantasy book is Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, but I would say just about all YA Fantasy books are probably worth reading. Thanks for the giveaway!

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