How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels Contest
After much hemming and hawing, I’ve chosen to do a contest for the entire month of May. To enter, you must answer five questions on the contest entry form. Each correct answer receives 1 point. The entrant with the highest number of points will win. If there are more than one entrant with the most points, a winner will be randomly chosen.
Everyone should get question number one correct. Read the book blurb online if you need help. The answer to another is found in the first chapter. You’ll have to hunt harder for the remaining three answers.
The official rules can be found on the entry form. The entry form will be available from May 1-31, 2018.
Enter here: https://goo.gl/forms/5YtMzaWlKo0FOoOZ2
You must be a resident of the United States (excluding Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and other commonwealths, territories and possessions) 18 YEARS OR OLDER or have reached the age of majority in your state of residence as of May 1, 2018.
All answers can be found hidden or right out in the open on Cailin Briste’s social media, blogs, and book pages. Or by reading How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels.
The prizes include:
A necklace made from tiny round carnelian, lapis lazuli, and turquoise beads. The focal is a lapis lazuli stone from Afghanistan. The findings are all 14K gold over sterling silver, also known as vermeil. This necklace was handmade by my alter ego. This is my interpretation of the Kheper scarab necklace found on Tutankhamen’s mummy.
A necklace made with a raw brass distressed and finished Pharaoh pendant, distressed Egyptian-style charms and gold-plated findings, with ceramic and red agate beads.
A pair of earrings made from vintage brass Egyptian inspired pendants with niobium ear wires.