Monday Morning Winning

First, I’d like to thank everyone who dropped by for Linda Hubalek’s blog book tour, Trail of Thread. What an intrepid group of journalers you are!
I’ve never had much success with journaling…my journals start with a bang (of super awesome events) and end with a whimper (of what we had for dinner that night). But perhaps, I shall take up pen once again. Some future Hall may be fascinated by my description of hot dogs topped with cole slaw and onions.
Oh! I forgot to name the winner of the ebook! It’s Sally Apokedak! Which seems only fitting since she’s a mad journaler herself!
(Um, I mean super awesome journaler, Sally. Not crazy as a bedbug/angsty angry journaler. You knew that, right?)

There Can Be Only One (Winner)

I really enjoy the WOW! Blog Tours. I’ve read some wonderful books, and met some truly wonderful and generous writers. I love just about everything about the tours, except for…having to pick just one winner in the giveaways.

But as the Highlander would say, “There can be only one.”And SALLY is the one who won The Literary Ladies Guide to the Writing Life!

As for the rest of y’all who stopped by, hoping to win, you know you can get this amazing book through your favorite bookseller. And honestly, you’re all winning literary ladies to me. I often stop by your blogs, just to “meet” the folks who’ve dropped in here, and I’m always amazed at the fine writing I find.

Maybe your book will be cruising around on a WOW! Blog Tour someday and I’ll host you! Thank goodness, there can be more than one (author).

Power Of Memoir Winner (Wheee!)

Since the Beneficent Mr. Hall was out galavantin’, I couldn’t use the old “Pick a name from the Colander” method. So I used to (randomly) choose a winner for Linda Joy Meyers’ The Power of Memoir.

It’s not nearly as much fun as blindfolding The Beneficent Mr. Hall, spinning him around 37 times, and then watching him try to pick a name from a colander. But it did give me a name: Tami.

So, wheee! to Tami, who said some of her favorite reads were memoirs. Here’s hoping we’ll read Tami’s winning memoir one day! (And thanks to all who left such lovely comments here. Here’s hoping you’ll win next time!)