We Have a Winner!

Congratulations to Lesley Williams — she’s won a signed copy of DUCHESS!
If you haven’t already joined our e-newsletter list, I hope you will (the link’s right over there on this page.) We’re planning another wenchling-drawing for free books soon. Don’t miss out!

9 thoughts on “We Have a Winner!”

  1. Woo hoo!!!! I won!!! AND you spelled my name right! Can the day get any better ;o)
    Thanks very much!
    Lesley, who will be sitting by the mailbox until it comes

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  2. Woo hoo!!!! I won!!! AND you spelled my name right! Can the day get any better ;o)
    Thanks very much!
    Lesley, who will be sitting by the mailbox until it comes

    Reply
  3. Woo hoo!!!! I won!!! AND you spelled my name right! Can the day get any better ;o)
    Thanks very much!
    Lesley, who will be sitting by the mailbox until it comes

    Reply
  4. Congrats Lesley! If you haven’t already read DUCHESSS, you’re in for a wonderful read. It will be worth every minute spent sitting at that mailbox. 🙂

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  5. Congrats Lesley! If you haven’t already read DUCHESSS, you’re in for a wonderful read. It will be worth every minute spent sitting at that mailbox. 🙂

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  6. Congrats Lesley! If you haven’t already read DUCHESSS, you’re in for a wonderful read. It will be worth every minute spent sitting at that mailbox. 🙂

    Reply
  7. O saw ye bonnie Lesley
    As she gaed o’er the border.
    She’s gane, like Alexander,
    To spread her conquests farther.
    To see her is to love her,
    And love but her for ever;
    For Nature made her what she is
    And never made anither!
    Congratulations from the Mole (cleverly disguised as Robert Burns)!!!

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  8. O saw ye bonnie Lesley
    As she gaed o’er the border.
    She’s gane, like Alexander,
    To spread her conquests farther.
    To see her is to love her,
    And love but her for ever;
    For Nature made her what she is
    And never made anither!
    Congratulations from the Mole (cleverly disguised as Robert Burns)!!!

    Reply
  9. O saw ye bonnie Lesley
    As she gaed o’er the border.
    She’s gane, like Alexander,
    To spread her conquests farther.
    To see her is to love her,
    And love but her for ever;
    For Nature made her what she is
    And never made anither!
    Congratulations from the Mole (cleverly disguised as Robert Burns)!!!

    Reply

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