Indie-Pendence Blog Hop Day 6: Announcing the Winners

Welcome to awards day in Shaggin the Muse’s first annual Indie-pendence Blog Hop Blowout. First things first, to those of you who commented: thank you. You’ve brought a new level of conversation to the blog, and I can’t undervalue that. I just wish that I could have been a more active participant. Count on that in the next blog hop.

Next order of business: the winners for the giveaway have been chosen. I’ve contacted everyone who left an email address and am working on getting them their books. As I promised, I fed everyone’s comments into a spreadsheet, gave each one a number, and used a random number generator from random.org to select the winners. Here we go:

Name Prize
Darlene The Newfoundland Vampire
Yvette Room 3 Advance
Kelly Ron The Kayson Cycle
Lisa Hackney Corridors of the Dead
Mel Bourn Corridors of the Dead
bn100 The Station
Donna/BLHmistress Corridors of the Dead
Angel Jennifer Valknut the Binding
Darlene Room 3 Advance
Denise Z Valknut the Binding
Paul Dail The Newfoundland Vampire
Aniko The Kayson Cycle
Angel Jennifer The Station
Kassandra Valknut the Binding
bn100 Valknut the Binding
Angel Jennifer Corridors of the Dead
Paul Dail The Station
James Garcia The Station
Aniko The Newfoundland Vampire
Darlene Valknut the Binding
bn100 Corridors of the Dead

Congratulations to all who won! Here’s where you come in: I’m missing information on how to contact Lisa Hackney and Jennifer Angel. I’m doing some digging to possibly find them, but if you have any information or happen to be them, please comment or shoot me an email at crimnos at gmail dot com and I’ll be happy to get your books to you.

Thanks again, and I’m glad you could join us. Watch for more of these in the near future.

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4 Comments

  1. Thanks so much, Jonathan. I’ll look forward to checking it out.

    -Jimmy

  2. I win!? I win! Thank you very much for hosting the hop. 🙂

  3. Dang. Guess I’ll have to buy The Station 😉

    Random number generator, eh? Jonathan, I think you’re a closet statistician. Or at least a closet programmer. Or maybe both.

  4. Woo hoo! Thanks so much, and congrats to the other winners!!

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