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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Winners of the MG/YA Blogathon


These are the winners from all the various blogs involved in the MG/YA Blogathon in September.

Rosemary Gemmell
Ann Foxlee
Lisa Blackwood
Jan Fischer Wade
Rosalie Skinner
Laura Ann Dunks
Brenda Sills
Margaret Tanner
Heather Haven
Nancy Rosenthal Stewart
Susan Royal

I have contacted all of your in some way, shape or form. Emailed where I could find one, found a couple of you through Facebook, another through Google+, and (hopefully) one of you through the MuseItUp Authors Group. I hope I hear from each of you to collect your prize: A copy of my new MG/YA fantasy, "Bad Spelling" or my adult murder mystery, "Missing, Assumed Dead." Thank you all for writing a comment on one or more of the MG/YA Blogathon blogs.

I'd also like to thank my fellow blogathon hosts one more time. Here they are (with their links conveniently pointed to my visit on their blog):

9/1 Charlotte Volnek
9/9 Rebecca Ryals Russell
9/10 Pembroke Sinclair
9/11 Kim Baccellia
9/14 Chris Verstraete
9/17 Sue Perkins
9/18 Shellie Neumeier
9/25 Lawna Mackie
9/26 Barbara Bockman
9/29 Meradeth Houston
9/30 Barbara Ehrentreu

3 comments:

  1. Yay! Marva. The blogathon was great fun. So nice to have you on my blog. Am reading Bad Spelling now and enjoying it much!
    C.K. Volnek

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  2. Congratulations to all the winners. Thank you Marva. It was a wonderful event!

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  3. Hi Marva,
    I also thought the blog tour was great, and want to thank you for setting it up. It was my first time to work with a spreadsheet, and I congratulate you for your hard work.
    Bad Spelling is on my "shelf" of unread books--looing forward to reading it.

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