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YA Movie News: Pretty Little Liars Edition

So you all know how exited I am for the premiere of Pretty Little Liars which starts June 8 on ABC Family. So of course I jumped at the chance to participate in a contest and play a Pretty Little Liars game for a chance to have the cast answer one of my questions!



It all started Monday afternoon with a mysterious box and a message from 'A.'

The black box says Pretty Little Liars on top and "never trust a pretty girl with an ugly secret" on the side.

When I opened it up, there was a message from 'A' that said "some secrets you have to dig for"-and dig I did-through a box of dirt to discover more messages from 'A' and a phone that had text messages from 'A' threatening to reveal my secrets. I'm playing the game as Emily and I have tasks to complete or else 'A' will let my dirt slip!



I've completed two tasks already, but they're getting harder, so I'll need your help! I'll blog about the game, but I'll tweet even more, so be sure to follow me @greenbeanblog on Twitter to help me out and keep my secrets hidden!

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  1. I keep seeing the trailers for this show- so excited!
    Following your twitter as well. :P

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  2. Awesome! I can't wait for the show. And I'll be asking for help I'm sure-they tasks are getting harder!

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  3. I will so be following! I wish I was old enough to play xD

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