Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt: Stop #10 (Purple Team)

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Welcome to the Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! I am a part of Team Purple, and this is Stop #10.

If  you’re just joining us, there are two loops—purple and pink—and they begin at and stop #1 for either stream. If you complete either the pink loop or purple loop, you can enter for a Kindle paperwhite and the 17 autographed books from that loop. If you complete BOTH loops, you can enter for the Grand Prize of a Kindle Fire HDX and ALL 34 autographed books. For Scavenger Hunt basic information go here:

BE SURE to keep track of the clues at the bottom of every post in the loop and the favorite number mentioned. You’ll need those clues to enter for the loop prize and every number mentioned in order to enter for the grand prize.  

ALSO, please don’t use Internet Explorer to navigate through the loops. Some web sites won’t show up using IE. Please use Chrome or Firefox—they’re better anyway!

Welcome to Lynette Eason

I’m so glad to have my friend, Lynette Eason, on my blog. Everything she writes is a good, heart racing story of romantic suspense. 2015-03-31 13.47.23 Lynette Eason is the best-selling, award-winning author of over thirty books. You can visit her website her: You can find her at and @lynetteeason on twitter. She loves to hear from her fans.

The Story Behind Writing No Place to Hide

9119nzI9uML._SL1500_ Hi everyone, thank you so much for stopping by. As I write this post, I’m sitting in San Diego, California enjoying a Spring Break vacation with my family. I’m from South Carolina so to be on the west coast is a real treat! Since I spin law enforcement stories, I thought I’d give them a shout out. I love to research and learn new things. In No Place to Hide, I had to learn how the FBI and local law enforcement would respond to a terrorist threat. I don’t want to go into a detailed account of what kind because that would give away part of the book but needless to say, I had a LOT of great feedback from a couple of my FBI buddies who read –and fix—my stories for me. I try to create characters who come to life on the page for the reader. Yes, sometimes I make the bad guy someone in law enforcement, but I also try to make the ones who bring down dirty cops or agents the real heroes in the stories. It’s an incredible responsibility to bring these characters to life and hopefully depict them in a way that honors the men and women in law enforcement. fbi 1 The FBI is an amazing organization, one that is constantly changing and upping the bar to meet the demands of those who mastermind crimes against the citizens of the United States of America and beyond. These agents put their lives on the line for people like you and me and I’m extremely grateful for their efforts. If you know someone in any branch of law enforcement, I want to encourage you to pray for that person on a regular basis. Again, thanks for stopping by and good luck with the hunt!

Buy links to No Place to Hide: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and

Thanks so much for stopping by my site and participating in the new Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt. Before you move on to Stop #11, which is Lynette Eason’s site, to pick up your next clue, be sure to write down this Stop #10 clue: COST and the secret number I chose is 27  for my birthday as well as my brother’s and my father’s.

Bonus Giveaway

The Yuletide Rescue-smallBut don’t go yet. I have a bonus giveaway. I have 3 copies of the first book in my Alaskan Search and Rescue series, The Yuletide Rescue (open worldwide). Use the link below to enter my contest. One of the entries is to leave a comment about what kind of search and rescue would you like to see in a story in the comment section on this blog.

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