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Sand-Written Trivia



To celebrate the release Grit for the Oyster: 250 Pearls of Wisdom for Aspiring Writers, we are hosting a trivia contest! Just answer the following questions for a chance to win a beach bag filled with prizes like T-shirts, tins of candy, handmade bookmarks, jewelry, pens, and special surprises! Most of the answers can be found on either the author’s website, Facebook page, or My Space pages, though, you might have to do a little hunting to find some of the answers! And if you answer the two extra credit questions, you’ll be entered twice!



Author Trivia



In what city in Florida was author, Debora M. Coty, born?



What is the name of Debora’s monthly newspaper column?



What is the name of the book that planted the seed of becoming a writer in Debora and impacted her so much that she named her daughter after the title character?



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In 1979, author Suzanne Woods Fisher traveled to China as part of a college program. What was special about this particular college group?



What types of dogs does Suzanne own?



What country did Suzanne live in for four years?



Why does Suzanne seem to have a lot of Labrador Retrievers rotating through her house?



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Name two of author Joanna Bloss’s favorite movies.



What is the name of her group of friends?



One of Joanna's favorite books was written by a Christy Award-winning author who lives in South Carolina. What's the name of that book?



Joanna lives close to this major U.S. City and loves to visit it often--which city is that?



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In author Faith Tibbetts McDonald’s article for Today’s Christian Woman entitled, When Life’s On Hold, she expresses intolerance for what?



Where does Faith reside?



What book did Faith list first on her visual bookshelf?



What High School did Faith attend?





Now for some extra credit oyster trivia:



Where is the world’s only oyster museum?



What are the three classifications of oysters?





Send your answers to: editor @ vrpublishing.Com (without spaces) before September 28, 2008. A winner will be drawn and announced on or before September 30, 2008.


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Dawn Carrington
Editor
Vintage Romance Publishing
www.vrpublishing.com


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