Wednesday, April 6, 2011

A to Z Blogging Challenge: E is for...

Hey, all!

You may already know this if you happened to catch my twittering or facebooking announcements, but there's a fun and easy scavenger hunt going on right now.

So E is for: Easter Scavenger Hunt!

Where is it? I'm glad you asked! It's at my writing group blog: The Passionate Critters.

You will find a question (or two!) on that blog every day until the 24th April 2011. Find the answer(s) and email it (them) to us (Don't worry, there are clues), and there are prizes to be had.

We will do random drawings throughout, and you never know – you might get something you like. It could be a book, or a goody bag, or chocolate, or…something…else. All the entries will go into a daily/weekly pot, and the winner(s) drawn from that. Your name will also go into a Final Draw — to win an Amazon or Barnes & Noble Gift voucher. The Final Draw winner will be announced after the 24th, to get the last day answers into the pot as well.

Who can play? Another good question! Anyone.

Where do I find the answers to the questions? There's a link right in the question. It's actually too simple when you think about it. :)

Where do I email the answers? contest@passionatecritters.org

My question was this past Monday (day 4), but it's not too late to answer. All emailed answers (right or wrong) will go into a drawing for my Ebook, The Role of a Lifetime.

Hope you stop by!

What's your favorite Easter candy? (I'm a complete sucker for those Cadbury Eggs. Calories for ONE are listed HERE :(

21 comments:

Cheree said...

Ooh, I like scavenger hunts. Looks like fun.

Jules said...

I haven't heard of a scavenger hunt in a long time and I love me some Peeps :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Jennifer Shirk said...

Mmmm...Peeps...

Wendy Paine Miller said...

I'm not a real holiday candy gal, I guess. No candy corns or peeps for me.

Although I will not refuse a Cadbury egg. But I like the original, not the ones with caramel.

Not picky. Not picky at all. ;)
~ Wendy

Linda G. said...

Malted milk ball Easter eggs. Yum!

septembermom said...

Love those chocolate bunnies! A scavenger hunt is fun :)

Josh Hoyt said...

Easter candy is the best candy of the year. The chocolate bunnies are great and I love peeps.

Bossy Betty said...

Mini Robin's Eggs for me!!!

C R Ward said...

Love scavenger hunts!

Cabury eggs, or malted milk eggs, or those rabbits with the krispies in them. I have fond memories of those hollow chocolate chickens and rabbits, although they really weren't the best tasting chocolate. One year I melted them down and made chocolate mousse. :-)

Theresa Wiza said...

Lately my kids have been going to actual scavenger hunts to celebrate their friends' birthdays. I'm lost in a sea of "E"'s today, and Amazon hates me (I'm from Illinois), but the idea sounds fun. To read my "E" blog post, please go to the top blog at http://myheartblogstoyou.blogspot.com/

Rosalind Adam said...

Hi, love the idea of a scavenger hunt. I ate a Cadbury's egg today. It was delicious.

Myne Whitman said...

This looks like it will be fun, I like puzzles and hunts.

Shannon O'Donnell said...

You are so creative! :-)

Jessica R. Patch said...

I don't want to see the calorie content b/c I bought a dozen. They were on sale for .39 cents at Wal-Greens! Tony Horton would beat me down. :)

Jessica Nelson said...

Cute idea! Not sure what my fave is. I pretty much love most any kind of fancy chocolate. No cheap stuff 'cause I'm spoiled. :-) Except Reese's. Love those!

li said...

I'm overloaded with work right now, but I'll stay tuned for contests/etc. in future. As for candy, luckily I don't really care for much except peanut M & M s. And jaffa cakes (not really candy I guess).

Ocean Girl said...

The hunt sounds exciting and so is everything else going on on this blog. Happy Thursday.

Not Just Another Mother Blogger! said...

Cadbury eggs??? Now I am craving those!

Alison Miller said...

What a cool scavenger hunt! I'm bookmarking this!

Fave Easter candy? Peanut Butter Eggs. Yummmmm.

Rebecca Dupree said...

I LOVE CADUBURY EGGS! Didn't you know they only equal one calorie? At least, that's what I tell myself!

Pen Name: Imogen Rayne said...

This sounds like so much fun to do with my children. Thanks for the idea. Also, thanks for dropping by my blog! I don't have many followers but it means a lot to get a comment once in a while. Hugs!