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Author Interview Winners

The past two weeks I have hosted two author interviews. The first was with Storyheart, author of Across the Pond. The second was with Kathryn Fitzmaurice, author of The Year the Swallows Came Early. Each interview had a contest with it and here are the winners!

Winner of a copy of Across the Pond: Erika Lynn

1st Winner of The Year the Swallows Came Early: MJ

2nd Winner of The Year the Swallows Came Early: Carlene

Winners, let me know where you'd like your prizes sent and I'll get them sent your way! Congrats!

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  1. Congrats to the winners

    If Erika Lynn's addresss could be forwarded to me GreenBean we a re also sending winners of my book contests a little package of some English goodies
    Storyheart

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  2. Yay! I am so excited to read Across the Pond and i can't wait for my English goodies!

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  3. Thanks. I've been looking forward to meeting Groovy!

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  4. Thanks for the contest. I cant wait.
    Carlene

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  5. Hey I still haven't received this? Did it get lost in the mail?

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