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Maggie Shayne: Quiz


Question 1: Sinful (omnibus) (with Suzanne Forster, ________, Kimberly Randell)
Sue-Ellen WelfonderVicki Lewis ThompsonJill ShalvisLori Foster

Question 2: [6] On her thirteenth nomination for a Romance Writers of America RITA Award, Shayne finally won the prestigious award, which is the romance community's equivalent of an ________.
Academy Award for Best DirectorAcademy Award for Best ActorAcademy AwardAcademy Award for Best Picture

Question 3: Her novels have appeared on the ________, Booksense and Waldenbooks bestseller lists, and Twighlight Hunger reached Number 32 on the New York Times Bestseller Extended List.
USA TodayDetroit Free PressGannett CompanyThe Des Moines Register

Question 4: Midnight Pleasures (omnibus) (with Amanda Ashley, ________ and Ronda Thompson)
Lynn KurlandAtlantaSherrilyn KenyonAlethea Kontis

Question 5: Maggie Shayne was born and raised in a rural area near ________.
Buffalo, New YorkOnondaga County, New YorkRochester, New YorkSyracuse, New York

Question 6: Silhouette Sensational: Forgotten Vows...? / license to Love / cowboy Daddy / babies On His Mind (omnibus)(with Barbara Boswell, ________, Susan Mallery)
Linda HowardDiana Palmer (author)Ann MajorMarie Ferrarella

Question 7: [2][7] After several years of study at the Black Forest Clan, a chartered Wiccan seminary, Shayne has become a High Priestess and an Elder in the ________ religion, and has been licensed as a minister.
Witch-cult hypothesisTriple Goddess (Neopaganism)WiccaningWicca

Question 8: Shayne is very interested in the culture and religion of ancient ________, and includes some of her research in her novels, including Destiny.
BabyloniaAkkadian EmpireAssyriaSumer

Question 9: She has won numerous awards, including the prestigious ________ RITA Award.
AtlantaRomance novelRomance Writers of AmericaBoston

Question 10: In addition to her work as a novelist, Shayne is active in the ________ religion, and is the High Priestess of a coven she founded.
Triple Goddess (Neopaganism)Witch-cult hypothesisWiccaningWicca

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