Wicked Romance Prize ~ Travel Tote of Goodies-
Author signed copy of SOUL REBORN, travel book, bookmarks, travel mug, picture album, Egyptian Tarot Cards, Egyptian Protection Charm, and more… See rules below.
Where do you plan to spend your summer? Traveling? Or staying home? Well, sometimes the best trip is in your backyard. Come let me share my trip to the Field Museum in Chicago. It has one of the best Egyptian exhibits. So I took my book, Soul Reborn, and its characters, Lilly & Asar on a field trip.
Even some of the most smallest cities have museums to visit whether local history or war memorials. These are great opportunities to introduce our children to our past to include art, space, science and
history. Dinosaurs are always a big hit with my sons. The Smithsonian Museums in DC are phenomenal and FREE. The American History Museum in New York City is one of the pivotal locations in my novel, Soul Reborn.
I couldn’t go to New York this year, so Lilly and Asar visited the Egyptian exhibit with me in Chicago. Great place to have a book signing some day! Hope you enjoy my pictures and Ancient Egyptian Facts:
Egyptian Facts 1: It took priests up to 53 days to prepare the bodies of the deceased. It required various salts and packing to dry out the body. The hearts were often left in place.
Egyptian Facts 3: The heart contained the will, intent and emotion of an individual. It was the key to the afterlife, judged at the gates by the gods.
Egyptian Facts 4: Heart was weighed against Maat’s feather. Light as a feather = paradise. Heavier than a feather= snack for the beast.
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Wicked Romance Travel Tote and the Grand Prize drawing, you must complete the
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2. Complete your Egyptian Quest: Who is Asar and what is he missing? HINT: Answer can be found in the back cover blurb under the BOOKSTORE tab. Email your answer HERE. or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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