Dear reader, would I lie to you?
Indeed, I would. I’m going to lie to you today, as part of The YA Dash.
With debut novelist T. A. Maclagan as our ringleader, 11 authors of YA suspense novels are teaming up to give away some great prizes. (The graphic says 10 authors, but Elizabeth Wein has just joined the gang!) For the rules of engagement and prize descriptions, click here.
Are you ready to play?
Below, you’ll find three statements about my fiction or me. Each statement contains a number (expressed as a numeral). Two of these statements are true; one is a lie.
Read through my website to deduce which is the lie. Make a note of the numeral in the lying sentence. Then click to the author team’s other websites and figure out their truths and lies. Add up all the numerals in the lying statements to get your grand total, and use it to unlock the rafflecopter!
Here we go…
Two Truths and a Lie
Truth or Lie? The first Agency novel, A Spy in the House, won the Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s inaugural John Spray Mystery Award in 2011.
Truth or Lie? The Agency series was intended to be a trilogy but I added a 4th novel, Rivals in the City, to make it a quartet.
Truth or Lie? The Agency novels are published in English and 5 other languages: French, Spanish, German, Italian and Korean.
There are your three statements, and only one of them is a lie.
If this is your last stop, here’s the rafflecopter entry form:
Best of luck to you, dear reader! I hope it’s a blast.