Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Wednesday Walkabout... Part Six (And the Super-Fantastic Winner Announcement!)

It's Wednesday. Let's go walkabout.

(I'm bringing a long a few of my mates as I wander through the vast wilderness of the publishing industry, learning the ins and outs, and having a grand adventure.)

Walkabout, Week 6:

For those of you taking bets on how long my self-imposed exile from writing would last... if you guessed nine days, you win! I didn't quite make it the full 2 weeks. I was losing my mind! I now understand why Napoleon didn't stay on Elba--exile stinks.

I still do not have my "editing letter that ate New York," but I am certain that is coming very, very soon. As a matter of fact, I am meeting with my editor next week. Our next walkabout will be about that meeting. I'm a little nervous. What should I wear? Do I need to pretend to be "normal" during that interview? What if he figures out that I am totally faking this whole "I Have What It Takes To Be A 'Real' Author" thing? So many questions; the answers next week.

Now, on to the reason you are reading this post: the winner of the Super-Fantastic Giveaway.

But you have to click on "Read More!" because I'm mean like that.

After assigning each entry a number and then putting those numbers through random.org's random number generator, the winner is (drum roll):

Kristi, who did not appreciate receiving apples for Halloween. I kinda have to agree. Apples are yummy. But Halloween is for candy!!

Congratulations, Kristi!


Wow! That giveaway was a bobby-dazzler!


ps- Come back Friday for, I Need Friends Friday. We have an international interview with 2--count 'em--2 guests!

2 comments:

Kristi said...

WOO-HOO! I'm so excited! I'm not very good at this "luck" thing but today must be my day! I can't wait to get my hands on that book. And, how about this, I'll save you on shipping if you promise to deliver it to my doorstep! :) Counting down...

Annette Lyon said...

I can handle not winning, but only because I get to see you next week. That's pretty much the best consolation prize EVER.

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