[blog tour] INCARNATE Treasure Hunt

Welcome to the INCARNATE Theater Treasure Hunt!

This week, 48 bloggers are celebrating the release of INCARNATE by Jodi Meadows by participating in a treasure hunt with clues, activities, and lots of prizes including signed books and handknit fingerless mitts. You’ve reached a CLUE blog, which means somewhere on this page is a clue to finding the hidden page and grand prize entry form on Jodi’s website. Follow 26 clues to get there!

For more information on the INCARNATE Theater Treasure Hunt, check out Jodi’s post.

Jodi has been kind enough to talk about one of the songs that inspired Incarnate.
Drought, by Vienna Teng 
This song actually has nothing to do with INCARNATE except that it was the perfect background mood music for plotting the trilogy and writing the first half. Several Vienna Teng songs went on loop during my writing time, but “Drought” has well over 2000 listens on iTunes. In honor of the song that takes me back to those first months of working on INCARNATE, I named one of the years in Range the “Year of Drought.”

As for the treasure hunt

My clue is to help you get an extra entry into the grand prize drawing. When you reach the password-protected page (using the clues from other bloggers!), you’ll find a form to enter the grand-prize drawing. One question on the form will say, “What’s the secret blogger word?”

The answer to that is a six-letter word. Five other bloggers and I have clues to this one. Unscramble the word and enter it for an extra chance to win!

My clue is . . . L.

And now I send you off to my awesome cohorts! Have fun with the treasure hunt!

Book Chelle
Uniquely Moi Books
Chick Loves It


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4 replies »

  1. Oh a Treasure Hunt! That sounds like fun. I remember Marissa mentioning something like this in one of her posts. It’ll mean, at least, that the people who win stuff worked to get it. As for me, I’m much too lazy XD

  2. Having fun with these treasure hunts 🙂 I like this song, it kinda suits the mood in Incarnate.


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