Thursday, December 26, 2013

'Tis More Blessed Giveaway: WINNERS!

Last week, I participated in Milo James Fowler's 'Tis More Blessed Giveaway, where I raffled off two copies of my flash fiction collection, The People We Used to Be.

The tortoises were in charge of picking the winners. Here's what happened….

As you can see, Larry went at this with the same gusto he has when attacking a basil plant. Mrs. Larry? Not so much.


Once Larry picked a name, we moved him away so Mrs. L could pick a winner. But apparently, she had no desire to be involved in something as pedestrian as a raffle and thus, she turned her nose up at the whole affair.


So, we let Larry pick the second winner, since he obviously has no qualms about participating in games of chance.


And the winners are - 

JULIE

and

MICHELLE

If you send your email addresses to Madeline Mora-Summonte (at) hotmail (dot) com, I'll get The People We Used to Be out to you ASAP. I hope you enjoy reading it!

12 comments:

  1. Oh, I'm so excited that I won! Thanks, Madeline! And well done to Larry and Mrs. Larry. These pics are so cute!
    I will email you now. :)

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    1. You're welcome, Julie! I hope you like the collection!

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  2. This sounds like such a great way to pick winners!

    www.modernworld4.blogspot.com

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    1. It was fun, but next time I won't commit Mrs. L to anything since she seems rather particular about her activities. :)

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  3. I won! I won!
    Thank you Madeline.
    I've read your work before and I LOVE your writing, so I'm definitely looking forward to reading the collection.
    I'm off to mail you now!
    A special thank you to Larry and Mrs. Larry for picking my name!

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    1. Thank you so much, Michelle! I hope you enjoy the stories. :)

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  4. Holy cow, best drawing ever! I'm a BIG fan of the Larrys. =] Congratulations to the winners, and thanks again for being part of #Tismoreblessed 2013, Madeline.

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