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Announcing the winners of Lori Brighton’s Debut WILD HEART

5 February 2010 4 Comments

So, how did I go about choosing the two winners of Lori’s debut WILD HEART? Very scientifically. Hamish McDuff, my little Westie, hangs around my desk when I write (so he is there most of the time). He has the strange habit of laying on any paper that happens to find its way to the floor (which can be often, depending on my speed of thought on any given day). Drop more than one page I’m working on, or how about an entire chapter, and he suddenly becomes very selective about where he parks his round belly (he’s eleven, he earned his round belly). Aha! What would he do if I spread all the contestants names out? So I wrote them on pieces of paper and spread them on the floor. He sniffed. And then he sniffed again. He sniffed each paper and then plop, down he went on the first page.

 Drum roll, please…Lisa Santos!

 That was so cool! Let’s do it one more time. I gathered up all the papers, discarded Lisa’s (while Hamish looked on, slightly confused) and scattered the others about.

 “For me?” I could imagine him thinking. He made another sniffing trek around the sheets of paper and plopped down. Again, a drum roll, please…Tess!

 See, don’t you think that was professional and very scientific? Ladies, please email me with your mailing addresses so I can pass them on to Lori Brighton.

 Thank you, Lori, and thank you everyone for a fun contest.

4 Comments »

  • Lisa Santos said:

    SO cool that Hamish picked me, he must of sensed that I needed to read a love story.

  • Lori Brighton said:

    Very scientific indeed!
    Thanks so much for having me over Kathleen! And thanks to everyone who left a comment.

  • Kathleen Bittner Roth said:

    You´re welcome Lori, it was great having you. By the way, I really enjoyed WILD HEART. A few twists at the end I did not expect.
    Kathleen

  • Lisa Santos said:

    Well, I got my book in the mail, and I couldn’t put it down. I just loved the story about Leo and Ella and the feelings they felt between them but had to quell their desire for each other.

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