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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Greek Swag Contest Ends Tomorrow!




I'm back! Due to a case of super jet lag (I was up at 1AM doing laundry) I'm waiting to post pictures from Crete, but you've still got one day left to enter to win some awesome Greek stuff (as seen in the picture).

The super-easy rules:

1. Follow my blog.
2. Leave a comment on this post (or the original contest post) with your email address.
3. Take a wild guess as to which historical era my third book is going to tackle. All eras are fair game!
4. Want an extra entry? Blog about the contest and you can have a second guess!

The winner will be the person who guesses the correct historical era first.

The prizes:

1. A copy of Alcestis by Katharine Beutner. (A retelling of a classic Greek myth.)
2. $10 Barnes & Noble Gift Card.
3. Some serious Greek swag. I picked up a handmade oxidized bronze Greek horse statue by artist Ch. Sklavenitis and some yummy thyme honey. (Great on baklava!)

The winner will be announced on July 22nd. Until then, happy entries and happy writing!

17 comments:

Mason Canyon said...

Glad you're home safe and sound, despite the jet lag. Looking forward to the photos.

Mason
Thoughts in Progress

J. L. Jackson said...

Welcome Back! Can't wait to see some good pictures!

Amanda J. said...

Hey welcome back! Just an fyi, I think you won a contest while you were away so you might want to go check on that! :)

Mark Noce said...

How was your trip? My wife and I are going to Greece in September. What were your impressions? :)

Nicole Zoltack said...

Welcome back!

I'll guess ancient Egypt.

~Nicole
Nicole.Zoltack AT gmail.com

Aubrie said...

I'm not sure if I entered, so I'm entering now! Maybe your novel will be set in the medieval era? I have no idea, actually!

Hope you feel better-jet lag can take a week or so to get over!

Taryn Tyler said...

Welcome back. :)

I am going to be outlandish and guess the nineteen twenties just because I can.

(featherzines@yahoo.com)

Amalia T. said...

That Greek Horse Statue and the book are SCREAMING MY NAME.

I hope I guessed right!

Also, Glad to have you back! I hope the trip was an awesome success and a good time was had by all!

paulgreci said...

Welcome back:-)
I'll guess the Greek Bronze age (3300 bc to 1100 bc)
paulgreci(at)yahoo(dot)com

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

I'm glad you had such a great trip! (a little envious, too) I can't wait to see the photos.
My guess is Classical era Greece ( 5th to 3rd centuries BC), because you'd have the myths and historical accounts.

Lola Sharp said...

Welcome home! I'm sorry about the jet lag, but I'm glad you are home safely.

I look forward to seeing your pictures. :)

Love,
Lola

VICTORIA SAAVEDRA said...

Glad to hear your back safe and sound. Greece must have been amazing, huh? You must tell us about it! Share pictures?

: )

VR Barkowski said...

Welcome back! Looking forward to your photos of Crete. Jet lag bites, but when the reward is travel, the pain is worth it. :)

Steph Damore said...

Yay, you're back. Hope the trip was fabulous and can't wait to see the photos.

Amanda Sablan said...

Welcome home! I look forward to all your Greece pictures. :3

Just Another Sarah said...

Oh, oh, oh. I almost missed this contest! It is all too much! I love your giveaways! And I'm so jealous--you went to Greece?

OK, so guessing the era of your next book? Yipes! I'll have to think about it. I'll post later tonight.

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