Italian Souvenir Contest!

Posted on July 1, 2010

I’m back in the United States! Still a bit jetlagged, but I’ve unpacked all the bags, done all the laundry and even gone through my voicemail. (Helpful tip: If you’re leaving the country for a month, it might be a good idea to say so on your voicemail message. Whoops.) Tomorrow I hope to post the rest of my Rome photos and share them with you guys.

We’ll have some other ARC giveaways and author interviews this month, but the first contest is for souvenirs I brought back from Rome — specifically, Murano glass rings!

That is not a picture of one of the actual rings — my photos of them aren’t turning out for some reason — but this is what they look like. I have five rings, all in different colors (let me pick for you), all of them adjustable so they’ll fit anyone. I bought them in a little shop one block away from the Pantheon, where I thought the jewelry was incredibly cool. (Possibly I also purchased a couple things for myself. Ahem.)

Anyway, here are the rules for the Italian Souvenir Contest:

1) Send an email to evernightclaudia at gmail dot com with the subject line “Italian Souvenir Contest.”
2) Tell me what kind of content you’d most like to see on the blog in the future — giveaways, photos, interviews, writing tips, knock knock jokes, whatever! There’s no wrong answers; I’ll pick the winners at random.
3) Also tell me the name and the address for sending the ring, if you are one of the five lucky winners. (And, yes, I’ll ship anywhere!)
4) Do all this before Tuesday, July 13 — this contest will run two weeks instead of one so that people celebrating the Fourth (or Canada Day, or watching the World Cup, wherever you might be) will have plenty of chances to enter.

That’s it! I hope you guys enjoy the contest, and it’s good to be back home.

3 Responses to “Italian Souvenir Contest!”

  1. Jessica Wright

    Ohhh I love this ring it’s really cool.
    Glad you had a good time in Rome!! x

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