Friday, November 18, 2011

Winner of Melissa Ann Goodwin's The Christmas Village

Thanks to everyone who stopped by and left a comment or question for Melissa Ann Goodwin.

The winner of Melissa's charming Christmas book, The Christmas Village is:

BOOKIE

Congratulations, Bookie! I have forwarded your e-mail address to Robyn at WOW! Women on Writing, who will be contacting you soon.

If my other blog visitors would like another chance to win Melissa's book, Margo Dill at Read These Books and Use Them, is hosting Melissa until Nov 20.

Check out Melissa's post: " Every Town Has A Story: Ways to Encourage Kids (and Grown-ups) To Write" for some great tips to come up with ideas for stories or essays.

The contest on Margo's blog ends at 8 p.m. on Nov 20, so hop on over and leave a comment or share your favorite Christmas tradition for a chance to win a copy of The Christmas Village.

Thanks to Melissa for her generosity and wisdom and to Robyn at WOW! for inviting me to have Melissa as a guest blogger on Donna's Book Pub.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the mention and congrats to BOOKIE!

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  2. Congrats BOOKIE! It's so exciting to win a book this way... I better hop on over to Margo's blog and try again. :-)

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  3. Congrats to the winner! Her book sounds like a fun read.

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  4. I enjoyed Melisssa's post--didn't want to comment 'cause she's visiting at Finders & Keepers at the end of the month.

    That Christmas Village gets around, huh? ;-)

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  5. Terrific news!!! I brought a bag home from Main Street and another from Readers Corner in Rolla...but one can never have too many new books and esp. a Christmas themed one! Thanks!

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  6. Congratulations Bookie, your book is on its way!

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  7. Hey Everyone,
    Thanks again for stopping by and congratulations, Bookie.
    Donna

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