Giveaway Winners Announced for Longbourn

Longbourn, by Jo Baker (2013)156 comments were left qualifying those who participated in the giveaway of twelve (12) hardcover copies of Longbourn, by Jo Baker. The winners drawn at random are:

  1. Emily Bell who left a comment on 11 Oct 2013
  2. Diane who left a comment on 9 Oct 2013
  3. Cindy who left a comment on 16 Oct 2013
  4. Krysteendamon who left a comment on 16 Oct 2013
  5. Janet T. who left a comment on 8 Oct 2013
  6. Lady Constance who left a comment on 16 Oct 2013
  7. Sharon Pelletier who left a comment on 18 Oct 2013
  8. Ruth who left a comment on 8 Oct 2013
  9. Melissa who left a comment on 8 Oct 2013
  10. Heather M. who left a comment on 18 Oct 2013
  11. Robyn B. who left a comment on 16 Oct 2013
  12. Lucy Parker who left a comment on 16 Oct 2013

Congratulations ladies! To claim your prize, please contact me with your full name and address by 30 Oct 2013 or you will forfeit your prize! Since there are so many winners, and I have other giveaway contests running, please put Longbourn winner in you subject line of your email. THANKS! Shipment to US addresses.

Thanks to all who left comments, to authors Jo Baker for her lovely guest blog and Syrie James for her great review. Thanks also to publisher Alfred A, Knopf for supplying the giveaway copies.

Book cover image courtesy of Alfred A. Knopf © 2013; text © 2013 Laurel Ann Nattress, Austenprose

9 thoughts on “Giveaway Winners Announced for Longbourn

  1. Ok, silly question. When I click the please contact me, it takes me to your contact page, but there’s no subject line. Is there another way we’re supposed to contact you?

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    • Not a silly question; I thought the exact same thing! :)
      I was figuring that Laurel Ann would still get my reply if I went through the link provided instead of sending her a direct email, especially since I don’t know what her email is.

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  2. I am thrilled to be one of the winners!! Can’t wait to read this VERY intriguing novel. Thank you, Laurel Ann, and thanks to Jo Baker for a fascinating POV and also to the publisher for making this possible. Yippee!!…ahem…Huzzah!!

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