Saturday, July 6, 2019

Winners in the Solstic Scavenger Hunt 2019

Winners in the Solstice Scavenger Hunt 2019

The phrase to find was:
'But you know, happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.'

Many entered but there can only be ONE Grand Prize Winner!
Drum roll.... Our Grand Prize of $75 USD via PayPal and 19 eBooks goes to...
The Second Prize winners are listed below next to the title of the book they've won:
A Bit of Magic by Mae Baum - Michael Christofield and Kimberly Grube
Azimuth by Rennie St James - Amanda Willis and Jessica Walters
Bonded by Cheryllynn Dyess - Becky Lynn and Leonie Townsend
Curse Breaker: Enchanted by Melinda Kucsera - Emmaline Emmaline Lavender Fields and Nicole Nicole Evan Dunton
Elven Jewel by Kasper Beaumont - Mary Brannian and Lori Powell Johannes
Forever People by Alison Lyke - Kim Rose and Mary Lunsford
Ian's Realm Saga by D.L. Gardner - Betsy Barnes and Luana Eugenia Ciobanu
**Schrodinger's Cat by Eileen Schuh - A.m. Donovan and Helle Søe Gade
Sleepless Flame by Odin Oxthorn (Ox Wodin ) - Jacob Rasmussen and Ennajo Agnak
The Fox and The Hunter by Linn Tesli - Aaron Reck and Jennifer Murphy
The Glass Gargoyle by Marie Andreas - Joy Flynn and Catherine Medal
The Hand of Atua by Charity Bradford - Angie Peterson and Deissy Rubi Hermunslie
The Shikari by Dora Blume (DM Staley) - CJ Soyer and Carol Harris
This Cursed Flame by Selina J Eckert - Cindy Cindi Evelyn Knowles and Cary Comas
Witch's Moonstone Locket by Marsha A Moore - Christina L. Riggs and Ashleigh Hack
Winners will be contacted by the authors via EMAIL (using the email address used in entering the contest) - please give the authors 2-3 weeks to complete all prize deliveries. Keep an eye on your junk folders as we may get pushed there since we may not have you in our contacts.
Congratulations to all the winners! Thank you for all who entered to play!

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