THE HUNT HAS ENDED! THANK YOU ALL SO VERY MUCH FOR COMING BY!!! Welcome to the 2020 Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! I am SO very excited to get to take part. If you've just discovered the hunt, be sure to start at Stop #1, and collect the clues through all the stops, in order, so you can enter to win one of our top 5 grand prizes! The hunt BEGINS on 10/15 at noon MST with Stop #1 at LisaTawnBergren.com . Hunt through our loop using Chrome or Firefox as your browser ( not Explorer). There is NO RUSH to complete the hunt--you have all weekend (until Sunday, 10/18 at midnight MST)! So take your time, reading the unique posts along the way; our hope is that you discover new authors/new books and learn new things about them. Submit your entry for the grand prizes by collecting the CLUE on each author's scavenger hunt post and submitting your answer in the Rafflecopter form at the final stop, back on Lisa's site. Many authors are offering additional prizes along the way! S
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