Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Do You iClue?

Have you guys heard about iClue? No? Click here to read all about it. Trust us when we say you will NOT want to miss out on the chance to win an iPod Touch loaded with 6 amazing mysteries!

Lisa and Laura Roecker posted Part #1 of their mystery based on the hilarious Seth Allen from their novel, The Liar Society. Click here to check it out. Yesterday they visited the Mundie Moms to continue their tale AND post a super secret clue. Click here to read Part #2.

Today we're posting Part #3 of Seth and The Secret Admirer AND another super secret clue that will help you puzzle out the mystery so you can enter to win the grande prize.

Drum roll please....

Right. So apparently my secret admirer was into riddles. Not gonna lie, that's kind of a turn on for a guy who's been known to spend entire weekends trying to break a code created by someone named ConspiracyLuvR. I looked at the clock on my phone, only 10 minutes till midnight if I was going to get there in time I had to get going. I peeked my head out into the hallway, the house was silent and dark. My parents had a strict 9 PM bedtime routine and I could hear my dad snoring loudly behind the closed door of their room. It was now or never.

I fired up my mom's minivan and crossed my fingers that the sound machine in my parents' room would drown out the noise of the garage door opening. My stomach grumbled as I pulled out of the driveway. All this stress was making me hungry. Thank God my mom kept snacks for me in the car. I grabbed a package of Oreos and stuffed a few in my mouth. By the time I pulled up to the school I had finished half the package and it felt a little like all the cookies had congealed together in a giant cookie cannonball in my stomach. Not. Good.

The clock on the car radio read 11:58 PM. I threw open the car door and made my way through the shadowed gardens to the arches. Out of nowhere two hands flew around my eyes.

"Guess who?" The voice sing songed softly while someone else slipped a worn piece of paper into my clammy hands.

Honestly, I couldn't even imagine.

But when I opened my eyes and saw three girls staring back at me, I knew this was going to be more complicated than I ever could have imagined. Good thing the note had a clue...

The Reading Room will post the final clue tomorrow. Happy sleuthing! 

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