Wednesday, February 13, 2008

And the Winner Is...


You've won a signed copy of Joanna Bourne's The Spymaster's Lady for your comment: "behind all the sweep of the battlefields, the glitter of the ballrooms, and the cloak and dagger of the world of spies there were also very real people, with real emotions, sorrows, fears and all of the hard decisions a world at war forces a person to make."

Congratulations and thanks to all who commented!


Anna Campbell said...

Hey, Pam! Huge congratulations! Sounds like a corker of a read!

doglady said...

Wow! Thanks, Joanna! I am so looking forward to reading this book! I have heard nothing but the highest praise for it. This is super!! Thank you! Thanks, Anna C.! It is sure to be a real wild ride!

flchen1 said...

Woo! Congrats, Doglady--it sounds like you're in for an unforgettable treat!
Thanks again, Joanna!!

Gillian Layne said...

Yahooo! Go Pam! maybe we can figure out how to read this brilliant piece of work together, so we can shoot emails back and forth without worry of spoilers....:)

Joanna Bourne said...

Oh, oh, .. let me tag onto this message ...

Hi Anna Campbell --

I opened Claiming the Courtesan since I couldn't hold back any more and who needs sleep anyhow.

Stayed up till two.
Half way finished.

Vroom vroom.

You ever see those scientific illustrations of what double suns would look like, locked in an embrace of inescapable gravity, spiraling into one another? That's CtC.

I'm learning all kinds of close H&H relationship stuff I will need for the next manuscript. Oh yes.

When I get through reading it for fun, I'll go back and read it for character development tips.

Well, maybe I'll read it twice for fun and then go back and analyze it.

Lovely, lovely story.

catslady said...

Big congratulations, Doglady. It sounds like a wonderful read (putting it on my tbb list).