Giveaway Winner Announced for Willoughby’s Return

Willoughby's Return, by Jane Odiwe (2009)31 of you left comments qualifying you for a chance to win a copy of Willoughby’s Return by Jane Odiwe.

The winner drawn at random is TARA FLY who left a comment on December 28, 2011.

Congratulations TARA! To claim your prize, please contact me with your full name and address by January 19, 2012. Shipment is to US and Canadian addresses only.

Many thanks to all who left comments, and for all those participating in The Sense and Sensibility Bicentenary Reading Challenge 2011. I had a wonderful year reading books and viewing movies inspired by Jane Austen’s first published novel.

© 2007 – 2012 Laurel Ann Nattress, Austenprose

6 thoughts on “Giveaway Winner Announced for Willoughby’s Return

  1. Many thanks for your congratulations – sadly I cannot take possession, as I live in England. (It is the only time in my life that I have even mildly regretted my nationality).

    I have asked Laurel Ann to choose another name if that is possible, and to pass it on with my best wishes. I hope that whoever receives it will let us all know how she enjoyed it. Meanwhile, back to the library . . .

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  2. Gosh, I’m excited to receive the book, also very sorry that you weren’t allowed to participate, Pauline… although I’d be happy to ship it to you once I’ve finished. :)

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  3. Tara – thank you – that is very generous of you. Take your time and enjoy it, though. Laurel has given me a link, I think, to exchange addresses. I’ll be in touch.

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  4. I’d just like to add a general comment – how excited I am to have found this site (I know – I really should get out more). It’s not only a joy to share the comments of other “Formidables”, if I dare use the term, but I had no idea how many books had been written around Jane Austen’s wonderful characters.

    Her people are so real that you just want to know what happened to them – did they fine true love? Or at least true contentment? Do other people’s expectations of them correspond with your own? Are you the only person who worries what happened to the pug in Mansfield Park? It is said that any good novel leaves you desperate to find out what happens whilst dreading to get to the end, and leaves you eager for more, and Jane achieves that in spades.

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