The Lost Girl of Astor Street Clue Hunt: Clue 1

Release day is finally here! I had some very pretty boxes of books show up at my house on Friday:

In celebration, I’m going to give a couple away! Here’s how this works:

  1. If you scroll just a bit, you’ll see a list of blogs. Each of these blogs features something fun about The Lost Girl of Astor Street, like an interview, a review of the book, or something else. Each of them also has a word that will form a clue about the story.
  2. Go to each of the blogs and collect the clues. Starting with this one. Clue 1: The
  3. When assembled in order, the clues make up several sentences. At the last stop on the hunt, there will be a place for you to enter the sentences.
  4. Entering the gathered clues enters you to win one of three signed hardcover copies of The Lost Girl of Astor Street if you’re a U.S. resident. If you live outside of the U.S., you’re eligible to win the ebook.
  5. Contest closes Tuesday, February 14th.

Again, clue 1 is: The

Here’s the list of where you can find the other clues:
Clue 2: Some Books Are
Clue 3: Gabriella Slade
Clue 4: Page by Page, Book by Book
Clue 5: Pens and Scrolls
Clue 6: Singing Librarian Books
Clue 7: Heather Manning
Clue 8: Annie Louise Twitchell
Clue 9: Noveling Novelties
Clue 10: Kaitee Hart
Clue 11: Classics and Craziness
Clue 12: Zerina Blossom
Clue 13: Rebecca Morgan
Clue 14: Keturah’s Korner
Clue 15: That Book Gal
Clue 16: Anna Schaeffer
Clue 17: Hadley Grace
Clue 18: Lydia Howe
Clue 19: Ramblings by Bethany
Clue 20: Matilda Sjöholm
Clue 21: Lydia Carns
Clue 22: Broken Birdsong
Clue 23 & Clue 24: The Ink Loft
Clue 25: Roseanna M. White

Happy searching!

6 comments on “The Lost Girl of Astor Street Clue Hunt: Clue 1

  1. This was sooo fun!!! I love mysteries–reading them, watching them via movies/tv, playing games filled with them. Armchair detective–that’s me. And I love historical fiction, so this was just the thing for me. (Too bad I couldn’t participate in this on my blog. I love stuff like this!)
    Thanks for giving me the opportunity to delve more into the atmosphere and substance of your book. And for the chance to win a copy. Win or lose, I had fun, and I can’t wait to read this!

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