Climbing the Stairs Contest

Continuing with our Author’s Spotlight week, I present to you the contest! You have a week to enter. The contest will end a week from today on July 1st! Tomorrow I will post the interview I did with Padma (make sure you stop by, you don’t want to miss it!) But now comes the fun part!

Answer the following questions (all answers can be found at Padma’s Climbing the Stairs website) and you’ll get your name entered into the drawing to win a signed copy of the book. You don’t need to have read the book to answer any of these questions!

Question 1: What is one book from Raman’s library that you’d be interested in reading?

Question 2: Were Periamma’s actions in the book based off true stories from women who lived through that time period in India?

Question 3: Who is Vidya’s character based on?

Leave your answers! I can’t screen comments so honor system if you leave a comment with your answers, or you can email us at damselsinregress [at] gmail [dot] com.

I know we have a couple young readers out there! If you’re under 18 please make sure you have your parents permission to enter the contest, and if you win, give your address out for where we can send the novel.

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4 Responses to Climbing the Stairs Contest

  1. Audry says:

    I e-mailed my answers

  2. Lara says:

    I emailed my answers!!!

  3. The Damsels says:

    Awesome gals! Keep the entries coming!

  4. Gloria says:

    Answers
    1.’Unfinished journey’ by Yehudi Menuhin
    2.yes
    3. The nation of India.

    PLEASE DON”T COPY MY ANSWERS CHEATERS NEVER PROSPER!

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