Thursday, March 20, 2014

2014 Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt & Fairytale Necklace Giveaway!


Spring is almost upon us, and with spring showers comes...books!

Starting April 4th and going through April 7th (4/4/14 - 4/7/14), Donita K. Paul will be participating in the 2014 Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! The hunt will be run by River of Time author Lisa T. Bergren with over thirty participating authors.

What does this mean for you? Possibly free books. Possibly even a free Kindle Fire HDX and a $100 gift card if you're the grand prize winner. ;-) In addition, there will be two runner-up prize packs including a book from each participating author.

For more information (and a list of what books to expect), head on over to Lisa T. Bergren's blog here.

There will also be some individual giveaways across some of the authors' websites: like here! Check back midnight, April 3rd to start entering below for a fairytale necklace! We're looking forward to seeing you around in April! ;-)

You could win this. Spiffy, right?
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49 comments:

Anonymous said...

How do we enter the scavenger hunt then?

Donita K. Paul said...

Start at http://www.robinleehatcher.com/ pick up a clue at each stop and when you get to the end fill out the form to enter.

Hannah said...

Oo, favorite literary character? Eanrin, from the Tales of Goldstone Wood. A Faerie Bard, a Knight of the Farthestshore...yes, he is a bit vainglorious and started out quite selfish, but since then he is maturing in so many ways. He has surprising depths of humility that most would never guess from this flashy cat. He never cease to amaze or amuse me. :)

Sierra Faith said...

I think my favorite fictional character is (this one isn't from one Of Donita K. Paul's books) it would have to be Elsie Dinsmore! I girl who loved God and honored her father. I love the necklace Mrs. Paul!!

Candi Michelle said...

One of my favorite fictional characters is Katniss Everdeen. One from Donita K. Paul's books is Kale from the Dragon Spell books. She's brave and willing to go and get the dragon eggs and take care of them no matter what.

tammy cordery said...

My favorite character is Allie in interrupted by Rachel Coker. Good book everyone should read it.

C Marie said...

Of your characters, I have to go with the crowd and say Kale is my favorite. Yours were, I think, the first Christian fantasy I ever read, and Kale showed me that not every Christian protagonist is either twelve years old or cookie cutter perfect. Another favorite character, not from your books, is Miri from Shannon Hale's Princess Academy. She taught me that you don't always have to have a prince for happily ever after. :)

Katelyn (: said...

Oh I love these giveaways! That necklace is absolutely gorgeous! I think my favorite fictional character is probably Annabeth Chase from the Percy Jackson series. She's really smart, but gets underestimated because she's a blonde, like me. lol

Notes from Karla's Korner said...

Favorite fictional character is probably Jag.

Sarah Spradlin said...

Mrs. Paul:

You have long been such an inspiration to me as a fantastic author! Never stop doing what you do! I really hope maybe one day I'll see my books next to yours. They won't be as awesome, but it'll still be absolutely amazing. Thank you for all the adventures (and always providing more),

Sarah Spradlin

Sunshine said...

One of my favorite characters is Lady Carliss from Chuck Black's Arrethtrae Series. She is a great character, who is trying to help others.

FIBERONE said...

Kale

Jamie Steadman said...

I think I will enjoy reading this book.

Halita Wilson said...

I think I would love to read this series.

Anonymous said...

My favorite fictional person is Anne of Green Gables. She was my favorite as a child. I have past the love on to my little girl. She made me laugh, cry and cringe all at once and most of all believe in true love.

Beth Rumbaugh said...

Lucy, in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

Linda Marie Finn said...

Lindy in The Face of Heaven by Murray Pura really changed the way I thought about Plain living when she said " Its not about being Plain is it or Amish "

Linda Finn
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www.faithfulacres.net

Kailin Richardson said...

Hmmm My favorite character is probably Alastair Coldhollow from the Sword in the Stars, by Wayne Thomas Batson. I love that he conquers all his fears and past life to pursue a life of freedom in the Savior.

Mippy Foofalina said...

Hi Donita! :)

Ok, please don't laugh, but my favorite fictional character of all time is a toss up between Cinderella and Ariel. I still believe in teh fairy tale and I admire Cinderella's work ethic and creative use of making do with what she had available to her. :)

Lisa Medeiros said...

As a kid my favorite was Aslan in the Chronicles of Narnia :) I loved that series as a kid!

Lisa Medeiros said...

My favorite character as a kid was Aslan in the Chronicles of Narnia... LOVED that series! :)

Anonymous said...

Wow, I read so many books, it's hard to chose one character that has impacted me the most! But I think maybe it would be Shaylinn from 'Captives' by Jill Williamson. I just really like her character! She is brave, and doesn't loose it too easily.

Jordan Sims said...

Thanks for hosting this giveaway! The bracelet is SO cool!

My favorite fictional character is easy: Anne Shirley from the Anne of Green Gables series. I have loved the books since I was 9 (I'll be 21 in a few days) and they are still my all time favorites. I read them over again often and they impact me every time. It's amazing to read something and know how it has shaped the person I am today. Anne has been my friend and companion and has taught me countless things. It sounds cheesy, but reading her words give me hope for the future and reminds me to look for the beauty in life.

Chalcedony1213 said...

My favorite fictional characters are the unassuming ones. Sam-wise from Lord of the Rings, is the one that comes to mind. They are almost always secondary characters but they are there strong and committed to seeing the hero through.

Quilt Lady said...

Rhett Butler would be my favorite because that is the book that got me started reading. Entering under the name of Virginia.

Angela Bell said...

I have many favorite fictional characters. Elizabeth Bennett is near the top of the list.

kayenewman said...

I really don't have a favorite fictional character. I love all my characters in every book I read.

Bluerose said...

No doubt, my favorite fictional character would have to be Stengl's Eanrin. He's won my reading heart, despite his arrogant ways. ;)

Anonymous said...

I have so enjoyed your books. I have been a dragon lover since I read the Dragon Rider books of Anne McCaffrey and when I found yours and that they had a Christian theme I was overjoyed. Thank you for such a good set of books.

Connie Brown
imabrassy1@yahoo.com

Connie Brown said...

I have enjoyed your Dragon books as I had liked Anne McCaffrey's books. I was glad to see one set of books that had a Christian theme and my favorite mythical animal. Keep sending more good stories our way.
Connie Brown
imabrassy1@yahoo.com

Beth said...

My fav fictional character is Anne Shirley. Loved the books and her adventures.

Jan Hall said...

I don't have a favorite fictional character that I can remember.

Jan Hall said...

I don't have a favorite fictional character that I can remember.

Sarah Stewart said...

I have many favorite characters...can't choose just one...some of my favorites come from Lord of the Rings

Liz carlino said...

I'd have to say one of my favorite character is Cora from Lisa Bergren's Grand Tour Series. She such an inspiring character to me. She was a real down to earth character and I could relate to many of her struggles to find her identity

bn100 said...

No, I don't

Litany said...

My favorite character is Aria from An Aria for Nick by Hallee Bridgeman(great christian suspense). I love how Aria is strong even wen it seems she should crumble to pieces.


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Liss Lovejoy said...

I have so many favorite characters. It really is hard to pick just one. If I had to though I think it would be Bilbo Baggins. I loved the Hobbit and made me fall in love with fantasy style books.

Sarah said...

I have a LOT of favorite fantasy characters, but one of them is Aidan from The Door Within Trilogy? Why? Because Aidan, like me, is an ordinary teen, but he does extraordinary things, and that gives me hope.

Thanks for the giveaway and for being part of this awesome scavenger hunt!

Ginger Solomon said...

As always, I'm finding new authors on this scavenger hunt. I look forward to reading some of these books.

Anonymous said...

My favourite characters would have to be Oskar N Reteep and Podo Helmer both from The Wingfeather Saga. They both made me laugh out loud and I'm quite good at showing no emotion when reading a book, whether it being sad or funny or thrilling. So for them to get me to crack a smile or even laugh hystarically says a lot.

Jennifer Maye

Susan Grondin said...

Your work is new to me. Learning about you on the blog. Thanks for participating and the opportunity to win the beautiful necklace.

`Candle said...

Oh, I just saw I was suppose to make a comment about a favorite fictional character. I have many but one more recent that has made an impact is Wyatt Caragon from "The Inheritance" by Tamera Alexander. He prays a prayer for himself and others that is most difficult to pray "Break me Lord or Break them Lord until I'm or they are wholly Thine!" If we can pray this prayer and mean it...that is hard and humbling.

Darci said...

I love the Harry Potter Character, so full of curiosity and bravery!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for doing a giveaway.

Caitlyn

kam110476 said...

Hi Donita! Thanks for being part of this hunt! Gosh, I have hundreds of favorite fictional characters how can I ever pick one? I think my two favorite female characters both come from the same author, Lisa T Bergren. Gabriella Betarini in her River of Time series & Daria in The Gifted series!

Stephanie Stoll said...

I have several favorite characters. Some of my older faves include Anne Shirley from Anne of Green Gables, Lucy from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Gandalf from Lord of the Rings. And my favorite character by Donita is Wizard Fenworth because he makes me laugh!

Anonymous said...

I don't really have a favorote fictional character. But if I had to choose, it would be Bonnie from Bryan Davis's series'. She showed me many things when I was younger. I really appreciate Mr.Davis for writing all of his books about dragons and Bonnie:)

Elizabeth Kauffman said...

Wow... My favorite fictional character.... That's a really tough one! If Robin Hood were solely fiction it would definitely be either him or Maid Marian, but those stories are based off of truth so I can't say him....

Probably Elizabeth Bennet. She's such a strong character with her own personality despite what everyone in her day and age believed and felt to be proper and right. She's not afraid to speak her mind and always has something witty to say, or something to back up her idea on a subject. I love that about her.