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Historytellers Scavenger Hunt!

***UPDATE*** The winner is CHRIS KEMP-PHILP of the UK. Congratulations, Chris!

Welcome to Historytellers Scavenger Hunt! This is a hunt dedicated to novels historically set in the 1910s, 1920s and 1930s where all genres are welcome. You’ll get the opportunity to discover new authors, new stories and to meet and talk to other readers who love this time period, not to mention that you’ll have the opportunity to win the grand prize which include a digital copy of all the novels participating in the hunt.

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The hunt will be online only today 17 March 2019 from 00:00 to 23:59 EST.

Go to the Historytellers Scavenger Hunt page to find out all about the hunt. 

How to hunt
Authors participating in the hunt
Entry form

Here’s how it works:

***THE SCAVENGER HUNT***

Directions: I’ve included my lucky number on this post (You will spot it!). All my fellow authors participating in the hunt will include a lucky number on their posts. Collect the these numbers and add them up.

Entry Form: When you have that lucky total number, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.

Rules: Anyone can take part. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by Sunday 17 March 23:59 EST. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.

LET THE HUNT BEGIN!

ABOUT ME:

Hi! I’m Jennifer Lamont Leo.

My goal in writing historical fiction is to capture readers’ hearts through stories set in times gone by. My first novel, You’re the Cream in My Coffee, won an ACFW Carol Award for debut novel, and the sequel, Ain’t Misbehavin’, is a finalist for a Selah Award. My latest book, Songbird and Other Stories, is a collection of short stories penned in the same Roaring Twenties series as the novels. In addition to writing fiction, I’m a freelance writer, copywriter, and editor. Although I’m a native of the Chicago area, I now live on a remote mountain in beautiful northern Idaho with my husband, two cats, and abundant wildlife.

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Introducing SONGBIRD and Other Stories

A speakeasy singer longs for a better life than the one she’s always known.

A department-store clerk finds that the robe of her dreams may cost more than she bargained for.

A young girl wrestles with the pangs of growing up as she reunites with an old friend.

In Songbird and Other Stories, you’ll find a delightful array of charming stories set in simpler times. From the grand department stores and smoky speakeasies of Prohibition-era Chicago to the pristine shores of Lake Coeur d’Alene, these winsome characters will capture your heart and sweep you back to the Jazz Age.

Look for it on Amazon or your favorite online retailer.

What the well-dressed jazz singer is wearing in 1928!

Dot Rodgers (yes, she does bear a striking resemblance to actress Louise Brooks)

Meet Dot Rodgers, the heroine of Songbird. Let’s take a sneak peek into Dot’s closet. She won’t mind!

One bathing suit–only semi-scandalous–for sunbathing on Oak Street Beach. Purchased from Marshall Field’s with her employee discount.
An adorable hat. Or six. Because what good is it to work a day job in Marshall Field’s Millinery department if you can’t take advantage of it?
Several string of pearls, long enough to tie in a knot and swing while dancing the Charleston. Louie is so generous with his gifts. Or is he just trying to keep her quiet about the goings-on at the speakeasy he owns?
A darling ensemble for spending the Fourth of July with gal-pal Marjorie.
A photograph of dreamy Charlie Corrigan. (Gee, how did that get in the closet? Oh, yeah, so Louie wouldn’t see it).
One wedding dress, as yet unworn. Because a girl can dream!

My lucky number is 32!

Add up all the lucky numbers in the Scavenger Hunt and you’ll have the secret code to enter for the grand prize!

***CONTINUE THE HUNT***

To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author, CHRYSTYNA LUCYK-BERGER!

GOOD LUCK!!

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