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Round Robin Scavenger Hunt



Merry Christmas! I hope you are enjoying the season. Welcome to the Christmas Round-Robin! At each author’s blog post, you will find a question that can be answered by checking out the free Amazon preview of their book. Provide the answers at this Google Form.


Note: You must answer the questions for every author in the round - robin to be considered to win the $350 first place, $250 second place or $150 third place Amazon gift cards. At the end of my post is a link to the next blog, who will provide a link to the next blog, etc., to the very end.


I am so excited to tell you about my debut picture book as an author/illustrator called The Christmas Color. It has been a dream of mine for many years to write and illustrate a children’s picture book that helps point kids to Christ. This is a poetic story that depicts all of the festive and fun red things at Christmastime and how red symbolizes the ultimate gift in Jesus. It is my heart’s desire for my readers young and old to think about the true meaning of Christmas and to feel inspired and encouraged. Noticing the color red during this time of year is a simple reminder of Jesus who loves each of us so much that He was born to save us.


Let’s begin this scavenger hunt! Go to The Christmas Color on Amazon at this link.


Here is your question to answer:


What is the first red example that is mentioned in the book description?


When you have the answer, fill out this form and head on to the next blog!


Thank you so much for visiting! The next author on the tour is Tari Faris, who is telling us about her Christmas book While it Was Snowing. You can find it here. Remember that you must answer each question correctly and that the round-robin will end on December 12th at 11:59 PM EST.


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