Monday, March 1, 2010

Contest Details - Secrets of the Glass

I'm excited to announce that all week the Historical Novel Review will feature the Venetian Historical Fiction Novel, The Secret of the Glass by Donna Russo Morin.

To mark this exciting week, Donna Russo Morin has offered to send an autographed copy to the person who leaves a comment to the following questions: 

1.  On her website, http://www.donnarussomorin.com/, what does Donna list as her greatest works in progress?

2.  In the excerpt from The Secret of the Glass on Donna’s website, http://www.donnarussomorin.com/
what technique does Sophia Fiolario perform?

3.  Tell Donna why you love historical novels about Venice. 

Please ensure you provide your email address so that we can get back to the winner.

The winner will be announced on Friday, March 5th!
Thanks and Buona Fortuna to all!

9 comments:

Kitty said...

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Kitty said...

1. ....Devon and Dylan, her greatest works in progress.

2. ...technique she would do next, the a morise...

3. I like to read novels set in Venice because it is one place I have not yet had the luxury of visiting.

marwaelnaggar said...

Her greatest works in progress are her two sons, Devon and Dylan.

Soft Fuzzy Sweater said...

1. Her two sons, Devon and Dylan - which would've been my own answer to that question!

2. A technique called 'a morise', laying miniscule strands of colored glass in a pattern on this base blown piece.

3.I have never been to Venice so reading about it is the next best thing. I have read the biography of Veronica Franco, The City of Falling Angels, Death in Venice, etc. -- anything I can find on the city. I want to see it before it sinks into the sea!

Wanda said...

1) her two sons, Devon and Dylan
2) the a morise
3) I love to read historical novels set in Venice because I've always thought of Venice as a romantic place to one day visit. I do hope to go there some day.

wandanamgreb(at)gmail(dot)com

Rachel said...

1)Her two sons
2)the a morise
3)I love all Medieval and Renaissance historical fiction set in Europe... so of course I love books set in Venice!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Rachelhwallen@gmail.com

Shannon said...

1. Her sons Devon and Dylan

2. a morise

3. I would love to visit Venice one day. In the mean time, reading about it is the next best thing.

sliugarcia@gmail.com

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