Tuesday, December 11, 2007


...And the Winner is!

Thanks to everyone who entered my giveaway for Jeffrey Overstreet's Auralia's Colors. I hope you'll stay tuned 'cause I'd like to give more books away; I have too many books and too many points at the book trading sites as it is.

Our winner today is WindyCindy. I dropped her an e-mail, but hotmail doesn't always like my westofmars.com address, so if you know WindyCindy, please ask her to get in touch with me by the 18th (that's a week from now) so I can send her book out.

And don't forget to check out Overstreet's reaction to my review. Click here for that. Pretty cool stuff, all around.

If you still want a copy of the book, use my link and pick yourself up one... It's one you may not want to miss.

Thanks again to all my entrants. And to #1, who picked the winner about as randomly as a random number generator could ("Dude, I have 55 comments. Pick a number between one and fifty five.").

For those of you itching for the end of Springer's saga and word of how last night's totally fictional benefit show went, stay tuned. It'll continue with this week's Thursday Thirteen and then one more fictional snippet. And then... Springer might be retired from the blog for a bit. I like the dude; let's see if he's got a book in him.

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Yay, Springer :-)
Springer gets a book! Yay!

Congratulations, WindyCindy!
Well, we'll see if he gets a book. He's got to earn it. I suspect he will, though.
Hooray! A winner. Though I do admit I wanted the freebie. LOL!
Congratulations to the winners!
Best wishes

This is my calling card or link"Whittereronautism"until blogger comments get themselves sorted out.
Tag your it!

don't shoot me for tagging you on this meme

Congrats to the winner!
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I find myself shaking my head here: Hotmail doesn't like your Westofmars.com domain? HOTMAIL? Isn't that like a Russian domain saying something from Google.com is a little hinky? Hotmail...purveyor of all that is base and low-class in e-mail-dom...

Sigh, I think I need some tea.


(Oh, hi from Michele on this snowy Sunday. I'm so far behind on my commenting that I'm thinking of invoking the International Date Line rule.)
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