Winners and Other News

Thanks to everyone who participated in the YA Scavenger Hunt!  It was my first time on the hunt and I had a great time.  I hope to do it again!  If you want to see who won the big Team prizes, check out the official results here.

The giveaway I was hosting at my own site is over as well, and the signed copy of ASK AGAIN LATER goes to Sherrice (comment #31 from the previous post).  I’ve contacted Sherrice with instructions to get her prize and I’m setting the Claim Me clock now.  If I don’t hear from Sherrice in one week, I’ll have Ye Olde Random Number Generator choose another winner.

In other news…

I will be on Barry Eva’s A Book and a Chat radio program this weekend!  The show starts at 11am EDT on Saturday April 12, but it will also be available to listen to after the first broadcast.  I’ll update this post with a link when it goes live.

Stay Tuned to the EVENTS page of this site for further updates, but I’m excited to share that I’ll be adding the following appearances:

And now, because I love you all, here is an awesome video of an amazing New Orleans Blues Style cover of Sweet Child O’ Mine.

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