Saturday, February 06, 2010

We Have Winners!



Micah and Mitch have picked the winners for the first week of my 25th anniversary Great Book Give-Away. Winners have been notified.

If you didn't win a book this week, you can submit a new entry with the answer to week two's question. And your old entry will continue to be active all during February as well (so you have two chances to win a book).

If you did win, I'd be delighted if you want to answer the questions this month, but I'm trying to spread the goodies around, so if you have already won a book in February, you're eligible to win again in March.

I would appreciate your including your snail mail address with your answer so I can address the packages as soon as M&M pick the winners. Thanks!

I've been out of commission this week as my mother has been ill and in and out of the hospital. She is currently 'in' which means I have time to address envelopes. I hope she'll be out and on her way to improvement early next week. Worrisome times.

The books for next week's contest are:

  • Anne McAllister — Savas' Defiant Mistress
  • Loucinda McGary — Treasures of Venice
  • Linda Taylor — Falling into Place
  • Christie Craig — Weddings Can Be Murder
  • Cara Lockwood — I Did (But I Wouldn't Now)
  • Robyn Donald — A Ruthless Passion
  • Nora Roberts — A Little Fate
The question you need to answer is:
In what state do most (not all) of her series of Quicksilver books take place?

Send your answers to me via my contest page.

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4 Comments:

Blogger Caroline Storer said...

Hope your mum makes a speedy recovery Anne. Take care. Caroline x

07 February, 2010  
Blogger Anne Gracie said...

Hugs for you and your mum.

Not sure whose Quicksilver books you're talking about, but that picture of the pier looks a lot like the St Kilda pier in Melbourne. ;)

07 February, 2010  
Blogger Lacey Devlin said...

I hope your mum gets well soon :)

Congrats to the winners!

07 February, 2010  
Blogger Anne McAllister said...

Caroline, Thank you for the good wishes. She's in hospital now and doing much better.

Anne, they are MY Quicksilver books, and the pier is the fishing pier at Manhattan Beach. I'll have to check out St Kilda in Melbourne if I ever get there. Fond memories of MB and the pier!

Lacey, thanks so much for sending good wishes for my mother. She's hanging in there -- and seems much better than she did Friday.

07 February, 2010  

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