Monday, June 13, 2011

Myth Chaser Monday

It's that time of the week again, and this week, the winner gets to choose between a charcoal colored Cobbogothian inspired ring like the one you see here, or one similar in hot pink. However, I have changed the qualifications up a little this week, so read them very carefully to make sure you qualify.
In order to qualify to win this week's Myth Chaser Madness prize, you must 1) answer the trivia question correctly, 2) become a follower on my blog if you aren't already. 3) post this link for my new book trailer: on your facebook, twitter, or blog (or all three if you like), and then 4) e-mail me at with your address.  After that, you are officially qualified to win the Myth Chaser Monday prize.  If you're the first to complete all four steps and have the correct answer, you win! The winner will be notified and then announced here on my blog tonight.

And now, for this week's Myth Chaser trivia:  Who wrote the book Siddhartha, and what does the name Siddhartha mean?

Good luck!  May the best Myth Chaser win!


  1. Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse. Siddha (achieved) + artha (meaning or wealth) The two words together mean "he who has found meaning (of existence)" or "he who has attained his goals"

  2. ok, so I'll take a stab at this. Siddhartha was written by Hermann Hesse and Siddhartha means "He who has attained his goal."

  3. All right. This is what I found:
    Hermann Hesse is the author. Siddhartha means :he who has found meaning or he who has attained his goals.

    That is what the internet told me :)