Published on July 17th, 2014 | by Bradley0
The Hunt for Tomorrow
This weekend, July 18–20, join The Hunt for Tomorrow, an online scavenger hunt through 22 fictional dystopias with bookish prizes and one awesome collaborative story! We’ve already reviewed one book by a Hunt for Tomorrow author—Debbie Rix’s External Forces—but for the list of all 22 participating indie authors and the full event details, see below (via the Hunt for Tomorrow blog):
22 AUTHORS. 3 DYSTOPIAN BOXED SETS. 1 MASSIVE EVENT.
A virtual scavenger hunt through twenty-two fictional dystopias.
Friday, July 18 at 6:00pm (EST) – Sunday, July 20 at 6:00pm (EST).
Join THE HUNT FOR TOMORROW, an on-line scavenger hunt, and embark on a virtual odyssey through twenty-two dystopian futures. Become an intrepid scavenger and solve clues at each of the dystopian author stops as you navigate your way to the finish line where you’ll be entered into a random draw for the Grand Prize. For each correct answer collected along the way you’ll get an additional chance to win. During The Hunt, the authors will offer up their own exclusive material, sneak peeks, contests, and giveaways at their individual stops on The Hunt, giving all scavengers multiple chances to win bonus prizes.
The twenty-two participating indie authors include best-selling, award-winning and emerging writers from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom who all have books included in three dystopian boxed sets – – What Tomorrow May Bring, A Taste Of Tomorrow, and Shattered Worlds.
In a unique collaboration of story-telling, nineteen of the authors will write a progressive short story over nineteen days following The Hunt. The Grand Prize Winner of The Hunt For Tomorrow will name characters and contribute the title for this dystopian world, and all participants in The Hunt will receive an advance copy of the story for an exclusive period before it is made available as a free download. The Grand Prize also includes a signed copy of books included in the boxed sets, an ebook of all the boxed sets, and the first copy of this one-of-a-kind progressive story.
THE HUNT FOR TOMORROW begins at http://huntfortomorrow.blogspot.com on Friday, July 18 at 6:00pm (EST) and ends on Sunday, July 20 at 6:00pm (EST). The Hunt is on for one weekend only, although there is no time-limit for completing the course. The Hunt is open to scavengers around the world; there is no cost to enter and one grand prize winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries.
Go to THE HUNT FOR TOMORROW for details and the full list of participating authors.
JOIN THE HUNT. JULY 18-20.