I’m still a little flush with the excitement of finishing the first draft of “Balefire” and sending back the signed contract for it. This story derived as they often do from the ‘shotgun’. I entered Nanowrimo last year for the eighth year and won, as I have every year except 2005…when I did the whole thing … More Contest for give-aways!
3/12 (Ed: The Winner of the random drawing for Georgia’s latest, 96 Hours will be announced at noon Friday 3/3. There’s still time…) I don’t’ think I need to provide much more of an introduction. If you are one of the three people unfamiliar with this talented writer, feel free to check out Georgia Beers site … More Without further ado, Georgia Beers.
After a wildly complicated, double-blind, placebo controlled drawing, the Winner of Amy’s book is……………………… Margot!! Since I don’t have your email address, please reply or email me so I can contact you…or contact Amy. Congratulations! Thanks to everyone who stopped by and enjoyed this new endeavor. We’ll certainly do it again. And I hope to have more interesting … More And the Winner is…
This was a surprise. Maybe unscientific, but all in good fun. qkelly strikes again As a bizzare coincidence, she faced off “Damaged in Service” with “Last Chance at the Lost and Found” (the author of which, I did a book signing two weeks a go). No hard feelings, Marcia. I didn’t do the selecting.