Historytellers Scavenger Hunt!

Welcome to the Historytellers Scavenger Hunt! This is a blog hunt dedicated to historical fiction set in the 1910s, 1920s, and 1930s where all genres are welcome. You’ll get the opportunity to discover new authors, new stories, and to meet and talk to other readers who love this time period. You’ll also have the opportunity to win the grand prize which includes a digital copy of all the novels participating in the hunt.

The hunt will be online on March 17, 2019 from midnight to midnight (that’s 00:00 to 23:59) EDT.

Go to the Historytellers Scavenger Hunt page to find out all about the hunt.



Directions: I’ve included my lucky number on this post. (You will spot it! Just keep on reading!) All my fellow authors participating in the hunt will include a lucky number on their posts. Collect the these numbers and add them up.

Entry Form: When you have that lucky total number, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.

Rules: Anyone can take part. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by Sunday 17 March 23:59 EDT. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.


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For first-time visitors to my blog, welcome!

I’m Grace E. Robinson. I’m a lover of stories – real and imaginary. I’m a lover of words in any language, and a lover of travel and the music of the world. Born and raised in Virginia, studied English and creative writing at Hollins University. Currently living in Idaho with a cat and a lot of books.

I’m a writer of fantasy and science fiction. Currently I’m working on a historical fantasy/dieselpunk series set in 1920s Los Angeles.

Keep on reading for a look at the dieselpunk adventure story that you could win (along with many others!) in this Scavenger Hunt. And read on past that to see some exclusive new content for my dieselpunk series! Never before seen! Remember, you saw it here first!

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You could win a free copy of this story! Read on!


Mrs. Jones and the Midas Train

Mrs. Jones, bodyguard.

Women in the 1920s don’t usually protect and defend the men, but Cornelia Jones is an unusual woman.
Dr. Braddock has invented a device that he believe will change the face of medical science, and he needs just one more piece to make it work. Cornelia agrees to protect the old scientist on his train trip to retrieve the final piece. But the Caelum, a secret organization that uses science and magic for nefarious purposes, wants the device for themselves.
Cornelia soon gets more than she bargained for when she learns that the doctor’s invention is much more than a just a contribution to modern medicine. Can Cornelia protect herself, the doctor, and all of the passengers before the train becomes their doom?


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New cover reveal!

And now, never before seen, here are brand new covers for the two Mrs. Jones stories that are currently published! Plus, a first look at a brand new Mrs. Jones adventure that will be hitting Amazon in the next couple of months!

Mrs. Jones and the Midas Train


Mrs. Jones and the Watchmaker’s Ghost


First look! A new upcoming adventure in the series!

Mrs. Jones and the Moebius Enchantment


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Now, let’s continue the hunt!

My lucky number is 7 and you need to add it to all the other lucky numbers. Add up all the lucky numbers and you’ll have the secret code to enter for the grand prize!

To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author, Richard Wall!

Good luck and have fun!


6 thoughts on “Historytellers Scavenger Hunt!

  1. Good morning Ms. Grace…great fun on the hunt, I hit a glitch-but only one. It’s a good way to showcase some folks I’d probably never encounter otherwise. But more importantly, I am jazzed about your new covers! Such style, such power, such………Grace.
    You are Atomic!


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