THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED – the correct answer was the Temple of Dendur or Sackler Wing. We’ll be contacting the lucky random winners by email to get details, keep an eye out.
And don’t worry our next contest is coming soon….
We have decided on the new title for November’s book club – Sphinx’s Princess by Esther Friesner
To help get you excited about the book, we’re hosting a giveaway – 5 lucky GirlMoguls will get the book for free. In order for a chance to win, just post an answer to this question: What is the name temple that is part of the Egyptian wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art….
We’ll select the lucky winners at random
About the book:
Nefertiti was far more than just a pretty face.
Nefertiti may be the dutiful daughter of a commoner, but her inquisitive mind often gets her into situations that are far from ordinary, like receiving secret lessons from a scribe. And she’s the kind of girl who acts first, and apologizes later whenever she witnesses injustice or cruelty. But she is also extraordinarily beautiful. And news of her striking beauty and impulsive behavior attracts the attention of her aunt, the manipulative Queen Tiye, who sees Nefertiti as an ideal pawn in her desire for power. Even though Nefertiti is taken from her beloved family and forced into a life filled with courtly intrigue and danger, her spirit and mind will not rest. She continues to challenge herself and the boundaries of ancient Egyptian society.
Esther Friesner offers readers another fresh new look at an iconic figure—blending historical fiction and mythology in a thrilling concoction.
About the Author
Nebula Award winner Esther Friesner is the author of 33 novels and over 150 short stories, including the story “Thunderbolt” in Random House’s Young Warriors anthology, which lead to the creation of Nobody’s Princess and Nobody’s Prize. She is married, is the mother of two, harbors cats, and lives in Connecticut.