Spring YA Scavenger Hunt

 

It’s finally time! The Spring #YASH is on and I’m on team green! This bi-annual event was first organized by author Colleen Houck as a way to give readers a chance to gain access to exclusive bonus material from their favorite authors…and a chance to win some awesome prizes! 

At this hunt, you not only get access to exclusive content from each author, you also get a clue for the hunt (a certain number that will stick out). Add up the clues, and you can enter for our prize–one lucky winner will receive one signed book from each author on the hunt on my team! But play fast: this contest (and all the exclusive bonus material) will only be online for 72 hours! There are EIGHT contests–one for each team– going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or all! Each teams features 20 different authors totaling up to 120 books to be given away to 8 lucky winners.

And there is, of course, a ton of extra giveaways going on that most authors will host on their own blogs, so the chances of winning something is pretty great.

I seriously think I have the greatest of the 8 teams for this hunt! So many great books just on this team alone 🙂 If you are still a little confused go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page to get a better understanding. 

CONTEST RULES AND HOW TO PLAY THE GAME
Directions: Below, you’ll notice that I’ve listed my favorite number. Collect the displayed numbers of all the authors on the GREEN team, and then add them up (don’t worry, you can use a calculator!). 
Entry Form: Once you’ve added up all the numbers, 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: Open internationally, anyone below the age of 18 should have a parent or guardian’s permission to enter. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by 4/5/15, at noon Pacific Time. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.
Dahlia Adler
I am hosting Dahlia Adler and her book UNDER THE LIGHTS   Dahlia Adler is an Associate Editor of Mathematics by day, a Copy Editor by night, and a writer for the B&N Teen Blog at every spare moment in between. She is the author of Behind the Scenes, Last Will and Testament, and the upcoming Under the Lights. She lives in New York City with her husband and their overstuffed bookshelves.

Find out more information by checking out the author website or find more about the author’s book here! http://dahliaadler.com   https://dailydahlia.wordpress.com/my-books/daylight-falls-series/

Josh Chester loves being a Hollywood bad boy, coasting on his good looks, his parties, his parents’ wealth, and the occasional modeling gig. But his laid-back lifestyle is about to change. To help out his best friend, Liam, he joins his hit teen TV show, Daylight Falls…opposite Vanessa Park, the one actor immune to his charms. (Not that he’s trying to charm her, of course.) Meanwhile, his drama-queen mother blackmails him into a new family reality TV show, with Josh in the starring role. Now that he’s in the spotlight—under everyone’s terms but his own—Josh has to decide whether a life as a superstar is the one he really wants.

Vanessa Park has always been certain about her path as an actor, despite her parents’ disapproval. But with all her relationships currently in upheaval, she’s painfully uncertain about everything else. When she meets her new career handler, Brianna, Van is relieved to have found someone she can rely on, now that her best friend, Ally, is at college across the country. But as feelings unexpectedly evolve beyond friendship, Van’s life reaches a whole new level of confusing. And she’ll have to choose between the one thing she’s always loved…and the person she never imagined she could.



EXCLUSIVE CONTENT FOR UNDER THE LIGHTSEXTRA SCENE

“I still can’t believe I’m leaving,”
Ally murmurs as I wrap my arms around her waist from behind and rest my chin on
her head, both of us watching the sun sink below the Pacific from the edge of
Josh’s backyard. “New York City’s got a lot of things, but it doesn’t have the
ocean, and it definitely doesn’t have Malibu sunsets.” She reaches up and
strokes my jaw. “Doesn’t have amazing boyfriends who throw fantastic parties,
either.”

“I can’t really take credit for this, as
I’m sure you can guess.”

She laughs. “No, but I’m guessing the
massive display of French macarons was you’re doing, among other things. I love
that there are stamps of you and Van all over this crazy thing.”

Seul
le mieux pour ma petite amie
.”

She shivers in my arms, despite the lack
of breeze floating over the water. “God, I can’t believe how good you’ve gotten
at French.”

“I’ve had an excellent tutor,” I remind
her, dropping a kiss in her hair. It smells like the salt air mixed with
coconut shampoo, and my gut twists when I realize it’ll be months at best
before I smell that combination again. “So, are you having fun?”

“Mmmhmm.” She inhales deeply; I can feel
her trying to imprint the sights, sounds, and smells of the beach to memory.
It’s a relief to see her like this; sometimes I worry she’ll run off without
looking back. “It was nice of everyone to do this. I’m gonna miss everyone.”

“We’re gonna miss you too, Al.”
Understatement of the century, but I’m trying to force myself to nut up.

“Yeah?” She turns in my arms, her gray
eyes shining a little, and I wonder if she really doesn’t know that.

I don’t answer; I’m afraid of what I’ll
say if I do. Instead, I bend down and kiss her soft, familiar lips. She tastes
like champagne and buttercream, sweet and addictive, and I can’t get enough. I
kiss so many girls, for the show, for movies, for ads, but only one feels,
tastes, smells this perfect. Only one feels like anything to me at all.

And she’s leaving, and I’ll be here,
still kissing, always kissing, but never the one person I want to be.

“You okay?” she asks softly, brushing my
hair back from my forehead. They want it long for the show, and while it’s not
my preference, when she touches it like that, it’s hard to mind. “You seem a
little…elsewhere.”

“I’m here,” I promise, kissing her forehead.
“Trust me when I say there’s nowhere else I’d rather be. Except maybe alone
with you in my apartment.”

She grins and snuggles closer. “I think
that can probably be arranged later—”

“Hey, lovebirds—this isn’t a rom-com,”
Josh calls out from the party. “Stop hogging the guest of honor, Holloway.”

I roll my eyes and debate running off
with Ally down the sand, but she laughs and tugs me toward the crowd. “Come on.
He got Columbia-blue Christmas lights for the palm trees. The least I can do is
have a drink with him.”

God, I hate Josh sometimes. But I let
her pull me, and we take shots with Josh, some of the guys, and a few of the Daylights Falls cast and crew. “Where’s
Van?” she asks, but Josh just shrugs, and then we clink glasses and chug.

“Hey, Holloway—you ready for tomorrow?”
asks Royce. “Let’s see those abs, bro.”

I cringe as Ally turns to me with
confused surprise. She knows about the callback, of course, but I left the
embarrassing ab display out of the story of meeting Scott Lassiter. The last
thing I need my soon-to-be Ivy League girlfriend thinking about when she meets
a bunch of freak-genius boys is that I’m basically a hooker. “There’s gonna be
an ab showing?” she asks mock-innocently, fluttering her eyelashes.

Oh good, now I’m officially a joke.
“Bitter much?” I snap at Royce. “Sorry you must be at least this tall to portray an adult in a movie
now.”

“Burrrrn.” Josh cracks up and slaps me
five while Royce gives me the finger. “You’re so jealous.”

“Whatever. There’s no way you’re doing
this movie even if you get the part,” says Paz, grabbing another shot as one of
the burlesque waitresses circles slowly around us with a tray. “Your show’s not
gonna let you audition, are they, Cowan?”

Jamal raises his hands in the air. “I
don’t even know what y’all are talking about. What movie?”

“Lassiter’s Iraq movie.” I take a shot
too, and offer one to Ally, who shakes her head. “I auditioned a couple of
weeks ago. Callback’s in three days.”

Ally squeezes my hand, and again my gut
clenches, remembering there’s no going to her house after it; she won’t be
there. I squeeze back with one hand, toss the shot back with the other.

“Oh, man, you got an audition for that?
My agent tried his balls off, but no luck. They’ve already got a black guy,
apparently.” Jamal rolls his eyes and takes another shot too.

“We ran into him at a club one night.
Pure dumb luck.”

“And abs,” Paz says with a stupid grin.
“Don’t forget the abs.”

I’m about to tell him to shut up when
Ally’s free hand slides over said abs, warming my skin through the thin fabric
of my shirt. “I could never. Trust me,” she says, cutting me off, and I have to
kiss her again.

“You guys are the worst,” Royce says
sourly. “I’m going to find Bridgid.”

“For the millionth time, Royce,” says
Josh, “Bridgid does not like dudes.”

“Who cares? She’s wearing a bikini.”
Royce disappears, and I think a few other guys too, but I’m not really paying
much attention. I’m the one with the guest of honor, and judging by the way
she’s kissing me back right now, I think she’s pretty happy with the party’s
entertainment.

And don’t forget to enter the contest for a chance to win a ton of signed books by me, L.H. Nicole, and more! To enter, you need to know that I just turned the big 30! Now you know my number, find the rest of the #TeamGreen numbers and add them all up to enter the big giveaways! 

<3 always LH

CONTINUE THE HUNT

To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author Melissa Landers



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28 Comments  to  Spring YA Scavenger Hunt

  1. Merisha Abbott says:

    I can’t seriously choose… all the teams are awesome!

  2. Betul E. says:

    Gold team

  3. Hannah Mac says:

    The Green Team!

  4. Pranavi says:

    All of them are great but the Orange Team for me.

  5. Sarah Miles says:

    Uhhh…. The green team? Yeah, that’s it. Just so I don’t jinx myself 🙂 Actually, they all have a good number of books I haven’t read yet, which makes them all fantastic. I’ve been raiding my library’s digital borrowing collection, and while it does have new releases, I’m finding later books in a series that I’ve not read yet. So I’m reading all sorts of books from a few years ago 😀 They *just* put up Demonglass recently. I think I read Hex Hall 6+ months ago through the SPL, and I couldn’t believe that they’d have book one and not keep up with the series releases. SPL is such a tease.

  6. bn100 says:

    not sure; any color team

  7. Lauren says:

    The gold since it has the most i havent read yet

  8. Vickie says:

    I can’t choose – all teams have great books!

  9. Kassiah says:

    So many awesome authors. I can’t choose a team. Great post! Thanks for participating in the YASH! xo

  10. Liezl says:

    The ultimate GREEN TEAM! 🙂

  11. Emma G says:

    All the teams have so many authors that I like, and the books that I want. It’s hard to just choose one!

  12. Carol says:

    The green team: 16 books out of 20! I can’t wait to read Wolrd Just Right!

  13. Kellani says:

    All of the teams have great books, but I’d love the blue team.

  14. Cindy says:

    All teams have great books. 🙂 <3
    Thanks for hosting your own giveaway and for participating in the YASH!

  15. Cassandra says:

    I can’t decide. I want so many from each team!!

  16. Deirdre says:

    All of the teams have awesome books

  17. Eva Rushton says:

    All the Teams have great books.

  18. Eva Rushton says:

    1887 for Sherlock Holmes novels.

  19. Tiffany says:

    Green All The Way!!!!

  20. All teams!!!!!!!!!!!!! Lots of books!

  21. Nicole says:

    Green and Red Teams!!

  22. The Green Team and the Orange Team!

  23. Ally Swanson says:

    The Green Team! 🙂

  24. Rosaline says:

    The Green and the Gold team!