Get Ready for The YA Scavenger Hunt #YASH Oct. 3rd

YA_ScavengerHunt_ColourLogo_CMYK-01If your bookshelf is looking a little empty or the TBR pile next to your bed is dwindling, the Fall YA Scavenger Hunt is a great way to find new authors and books to read this season. I’ll be participating to launch A CURSE SO DARK, the first in my new YA Paranormal series.

 

I’m excited to jump in with these other YA authors to share info on upcoming releases, present special bonus materials and offer great team prizes!  The YASH only happens twice a year––fall and spring.  It runs Tuesday, Oct. 3 to Sunday, Oct. 8th.

 

How does it work?
The YASH includes one hundred forty authors split into seven teams of twenty. Each team is assigned a color. You hop through a team’s blogs, collecting the numerical clues and then submit your total to enter to win.

 

All the details are over at the YASH website. There you’ll find a list of all the authors participating as well as an answer sheet you can print off to gather the info you’re hunting for and to keep track of any bonus contests you may have entered.  And, if you want you can start your hunt here on my blog on 10/3.

 

Here are the beautiful books featured this season in YASH. I’m especially partial to Team Green!

Green Team YASH Fall 2017

Gold Team Fall 2017

Orange Team YASH Fall 2017

pink fall 2017

Purple Team fall 2017

Red Team YASH Fall 2017

YASH Blue Fall 2017

I can’t wait for YASH to kickoff on October 3rd and start digging into some of these great fall reads.  Meet me back here to start your hunt!

 

~ Heather

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