Deadline: January 10, 2012
I hope you have plenty of time with the deadline to complete your entry and submit it.As of right now, January 10, 2012 is the deadline. We may extend it later on, but for now no entries will be accepted past January 10, 2012.
Types Of Artwork: All artwork is accepted. (paint, oil pastel, sketch, etc.)
Judging: tinkerirock and I will be judging the artwork the week following the deadline.We plan on picking a first, a second, and a third winning art piece.
Prizes: The prizes will be announced soon. If you have any suggestions for prizes, you can send them to email@example.com
Uploading: If you have a scanner, feel free to scan your hard copies onto the computer that way.
Once you've uploaded your photo, you can fill out the form at the bottom of this entry,and send it to either firstname.lastname@example.org or through the form on the “Iris Message Us” page.(If you choose to Iris Message Us, and you are having trouble adding your photo, upload it to a photo uploading site, I recommend TinyPic.com, and include the link given in your form ) We suggest that you sign your name clearly (The same name you put on the submission form) at the bottom right-hand corner of your art.
That would be great! Thank you!
Please send any questions to Kenzie or tinkerirock.
Submission Form (Please copy and paste this whole form onto your email or “Iris Message”.All questions are required so that if you win we can mail you your prize. )
Mailing Name: (This will be the name on the package, may be parents name.)
Member Name: (On Thalia's Pine)
Type Of Artwork: (Painting, sketch, oil pastels, etc.)
[ Insert Submission Picture or Link Here]
Rick recently announced on his blog that the Kane Chronicles Survival Guide will be published on March 20, 2012.
Here's the official description from Rick's blog,
Fans of The Kane Chronicles series will adore this gorgeous primer on the people, places, gods, and creatures found in Rick Riordan's #1 New York Times bestselling series. Boasting lenticulars, an easy-to-assemble trading card pyramid, and full-color diagrams and maps, this deluxe, lavishly illustrated guide teaches readers how to compile secret messages, read hieroglyphics, and recite ancient magic spells. Featuring enough information and extras to satisfy avid followers and budding Egyptologists alike, this guide will cast a spell on readers of all ages.
To read more about the survival guide and Rick's upcoming releases, click here
Thanks to everyone who came to the Throne of Fire launch event in Princeton last night. We had over a thousand people. The Barnes & Noble staff had everything so well organized the line went smoothly and I think everyone went home happy. It was great meeting so many awesome fans!
Last night at the signing, I met two Sadies and one Carter. Most interesting name: Messiah. Some of the best questions: “Who did you base Jason after?” Surprisingly, no one has asked me that before. The answer is Jason in Greek mythology, with a lot of modernizing, of course. “How many hours a day do you write?” I got this one quite a bit. The answer: It varies. Usually 3-8 hours. “How long does it take to write a book?” Answer: usually one year, but I’ve managed to speed it up to every six months, though I won’t keep up that pace forever, just until I finish the two concurrent series, Kane and Heroes of Olympus. “How many books for Kane?” Three. A lot of fans asked if I would do more than that. Well, I don’t know. Maybe one of these days, but for now three books is the right number to tell the story of the Kanes and their fight with Apophis. And best question that wasn’t asked (brought to my attention in the fan’s blog): “Does Khufu eat kangaroos?” Ha! I love it. I’m sure if he could catch one, he would try.
Especially interesting to me were the fans’ favorite books. Some liked the Kane series best. Some like Percy. Some liked Heroes. Many had already finished Throne of Fire (wow!) and loved it, thankfully. They were already asking for the next (out next May, no title yet, still in the works). Many kids, fortunately, liked all three series! Every book had its own cheering squad. And of course, everyone asked me which book I liked the best. It’s just too hard to pick, like asking a parent to pick their favorite child. I told one fan that, and he rolled his eyes in exasperation. “Every writer says that!” Yep, but it’s true!
This morning I leave New York and head to South Portland for an event at Borders. My first ever event in Maine, so if you live in the area, I hope you’ll come by!To go to the original blog post, visit the following link: www.rickriordan.blogspot.com