Winners of Classic Valentine’s Day Giveaway

We have the Winnahs for our Classic Romance giveaway:

First: comment #34 from A.M.K.

Also: comment #79 from Becca

ETA: You know, two and five are TOTALLY the same number. I misremembered the total number of prizes (DOH) and was kindly reminded that OOPS THREE MORE WINNERS AHOY! (Seriously, this is about as boneheaded an error as I’ve made in awhile. I’ll be savoring this one.)

Three more winnahs, drawn from the random integer!




(Sorry about that y’all. Seriously. Holy crap.)

Congrats to the winners – please email me at sarahATsmartbitchestrashybooksDOTcom with your names and addresses so we can send you your collection of classic romance.

Thank you to Leah Hultenschmidt for the interview and to Sourcebooks to the prizes – and to all of you for giving one hell of a breaking-my-wallet shopping list at the out-of-print bookstores online. Have mercy.

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  1. 1
    becca says:

    I won something? I Won Something! Wowohboyohboyohboy! Thank you so very much!

  2. 2
    A.M.K. says:

    Wow, what a way to start the day :D
    Thank you so much :)

  3. 3
    notsurewho says:

    Congrats to everyone:-D

  4. 4
    AgTigress says:

    Exciting, indeed, and unprecedented for me!  I hope this is a good omen for — well, for lots of things coming up in my life.

  5. 5
    kkw says:

    I have long believed that 2 and 5 are the same number.  Also 4 and 7.  3,6,and 9 are obviously interchangeable.  Any even number can substitute for another, and so what with 2 also meaning 5, 4 being 7, and 6 potentially being 3 or 9, if I recall something as an 8 that could make it a 2,3,4,5,6,7, or 9.  I do ok with 1s, generally.  But zeros are by their very nature negligible.  This all makes it challenging for me to remember a phone number, or navigate the grid in Manhattan (never mind getting to an address in $%*?@&! Queens).  Or partake of the maths.  Anyway, a little number mix-up is nothing to feel badly about!

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