Thursday, October 06, 2005

Winners

For The Priest of Blood giveaway, the names of the winners are:

Shelly
Mary
chibent
Dean
Aimee

Congratulations to the winners, who should e-mail me at LynnViehl@aol.com and let me know your full name and where to send the book (as always, I keep your e-mail and address confidential, and don't use them for any purpose other than the giveaway.)

Thanks to everyone who participated, and stop by next week, when I'll be giving away more books by great authors.

9 comments:

  1. No way. I never win anything.

    (doing the Happy Dance)

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  2. Anonymous8:59 AM

    Although I didn't win this time, I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity and letting us know what else is out there that we might have missed for one reason or another. Thanks!

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  3. Congrats to all the winners!

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  4. Congrats, congrats!

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  5. Congratulations! I hope you all love the book and tell your friends to buy it. :)

    Linda

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  6. I am so excited about reading this book! Thank you for running the drawing. You've made my week!

    ~Shelly

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  7. Yay! I wasn't expecting to win, so I'm astounded. This comes at the perfect time, too; there was much bad news about my car today.

    Thank you! I'm looking forward to reading this!

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  8. Though I didn't win, I really did because I found a new author. Ordered some of his books yesterday and will order this one in a week or two. I'm not sure if the urge to read or the urge to quilt will attack me today, but I'm so glad there are more and new authors out there. My daughter will get CLegg's books next, and I've got a pile of Sundoc books for my son. They get turned around and read in our house between hubby and me and then passing them off to the kids.

    Thanks again for the contest.
    sharon in michigan (very cold michigan)

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  9. Hurrah, I'm a winner!

    Although also a bit of a loser, because I thought I didn't know any of Douglas Clegg's stuff, then I realised I've been reading his posts over at Storytellers Unplugged for the last few months...whoops.

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