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Contest Winners



Here are the winners of the contests that recently closed at GreenBeanTeenQueen.

Clarity Winners:
Rachel Leigh
Heidi Mark

Blogversary Winner:
Michelle Grogan

Congrats to the winners!

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  1. Oh wow! Thank you, thank you!!!

    Now it is decision time - don't know whether to pick things from my wish list or spluge on something that I wouldn't have considered due to its price.

    I enjoy your posts tremendously. I am not exactly in the YA target market (aged 40!) but I love the genre. I especially love the reviews you do as many of these books don't make it onto the shelves of Australian bookstores and I would not otherwise find out about them. Keep up the great work and once again thank you. I will be in touch with my picks shortly.

    Kind regards
    Michelle Grogan

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  2. Congratulations to all the winners. What a treat it will be for them when their prizes arrive in their mailboxes.

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