Friday, October 24, 2008

Winners of Hollywood Crows

Many thanks to all of you for entering my first Hachette Book Group giveaway for five copies of Hollywood Crows by Joseph Wambaugh. Here are the winners:

Wendy at Literary Feline

Anita at i loves to read

Wrighty at Wrighty's Reads

Tamara at Books by TJBaff

A Real Librarian at Confessions of a Real Librarian

I emailed all the winners today. Once I receive responses from everyone, I'll send your addresses to Hachette and they will send the book out, probably early next week. If you won and haven't emailed me yet, please do so!

Heaps of thanks to Valerie Russo from Hachette for allowing me to do this giveaway!

Just a note for future giveaways (and I have several coming up, including five copies of Dewey, the Library Cat Who Changed the World starting Nov. 3 for the Book Giveaway Carnival!). If you enter under anonymous, you MUST leave me your email address. I cannot contact you without it and if you don't leave it you have Zero chance of winning! I hate to have to skip people!

3 comments:

bermudaonion said...

Congrats to the winners!

Literary Feline said...

Thank you so much! I can't believe I won! I am looking forward to reading this one. Congratulations to the other winners as well.

Wrighty - said...

Thanks so much! I received my book this week and I can't wait to read it!

Thank you!!

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