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Winners of the How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels Contest
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#Contest Egyptian Revival Jewelry Prizes – How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels

Winners of the How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels Contest

Three people correctly answered all five questions in the contest. The winners of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize were then randomly selected from those three.

First Place: Elizabeth Tunstall

Second Place: Terrie Meerschaert

Third Place: Dana Lardner

Questions with the Correct Answers

  1. Who are the main characters in How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels?
    Bassinae and Cade, among others.
    The answer could be found in the book blurb at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, Kobo, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and anywhere else online that Cailin has promoted the book.
  2. What is the first name of Sebastian’s mother?
    The answer could be found at the end of the How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels book page on Cailin’s website.
  3. What is the name of the battered women’s shelter in How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels.
    Do It Now
    The answer could be found in the first chapter of How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels posted at Romance Writers Behaving Badly.
  4. What weapon is used in the final attempt to kill Cade?
    The answer was hidden at the end of a long Facebook post on Cailin’s Facebook author page.
  5. What does Jeanne pack for Cade’s lunch the day he first goes out on surveillance?
    Water and PB&Js
    The answer could be found in Cailin’s Twitter feed. https://twitter.com/CailinBriste/status/991406798577061888
    PB&J was all that was required, but all three winners included the water bottles too.

Winners have been contacted by email.

#Contest Egyptian Revival Jewelry Prizes – How to Steal the Pharaoh’s Jewels

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. The prizes? Three beautiful Egyptian style pieces of jewelry. See below.

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. They are all posted somewhere on my website or in my social media accounts. Or you can read the book.
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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:

1st Prize

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.

2nd Prize:

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.

3rd Prize
A pair of earrings made from vintage brass Egyptian inspired pendants with niobium ear wires.

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