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The 101 Books Blogoversary Giveaway Winners Are…

Proverbial drum roll please joke here…

Yesterday, in honor of the 101 Books two-year blogoversary, I told you I was offering a brand-new copy of one of the first 47 books I’ve read to two randomly selected, lucky winners. To enter, you simply needed to respond in the comments with what your favorite book was as a kid.

So the winners are…

Winner #1) ecg, who enjoyed The Westing Game and From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler.

Winner 2) Geoff W, who, like me, was a big fan of the Boxcar Children series, plus The Only Alien On The Planet. 

That means you both can select one book from the first 47 novels I’ve read, and I’ll ship it to you for free!

Geoff and ecg, if you don’t mind, write your selections in the comments section so everyone can appreciate your awesome taste in books! Also, email me at rbrucewriting@yahoo.com with your shipping address.

I’ll ship the books out to you next week.

Thanks again to everyone for participating in the blog and the giveaway. You guys play a large part in why I have so much fun writing this blog.

I’ll have another giveaway around Christmas!

* If you’re in the States, have a great Labor Day weekend. No post on Monday. 

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  1. liamodell1 #

    Congratulations to the winners!

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    August 31, 2012
  2. Oh how exciting! I’ve not won a book blogger contest until now! It was a hard choice between The Heart is a Lonely Hunter and The French Lieutenant’s Woman (among others of course), but I’m going to go with The French Lieutenant’s Woman!

    And Happy Labor Day to you too!

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    August 31, 2012
    • Congrats, Geoff! *\o/*

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      August 31, 2012
    • Great choice! That was a book I wasn’t very excited about reading but really loved it. Fowles is an awesome writer.

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      August 31, 2012
      • I remember you reading and your how to carry an embarrassing book in public post. Made me laugh and I’ve been following ever since (probably longer but that one was def a highlight).

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        August 31, 2012

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