54 Responses to “Winners! Winners! Winners!”

  1. Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit) December 15, 2008 at 10:22 AM #

    I’ve discovered a bunch of new authors through the contest and I will keep them in mind as I go through my wish list. Just sad I didn’t win a kindle 🙁 O well. Congrats to the other winners though.

  2. Ann Martin December 15, 2008 at 3:25 PM #

    I know to you it must have seemed like a long 2 weeks, but it was a really great contest and I am happy to say it was fun to see what you could come up with each day as a challenge (whether it was just thought provoking or we really had to work for it). I really enjoy the contests that pop up because it is a great way to introduce new authors and new works by favorite authors. So thanks for all your efforts and though I’m really bummed 😥 that I didn’t win the Kindle…congratulations to those that did and everyone else that won each and every day.

    :thanks:

  3. Paula December 16, 2008 at 2:43 AM #

    Thank you for organizing all the fun and congrats to all winners! You’ve listed many authors whose books are on my shopping list.

  4. Debbie R December 17, 2008 at 12:18 AM #

    :badgirl: I was so hoping to be a winner of a Kindle, but I guess that I will live. My husband has banned me from buying anymore books until Jan, because I put books on my list for christmas, but kept buying the books. *SIGH* I saw tons of books that I would like to have in my TBR pile… when will Jan 1st get here. I have entered all the contests I can to get around the technicallity of “Buying” books…If I win them it’s not buying right.

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