Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Winners of "Starring in the Movie of My Life"

To find the winners, Melissa A. assigned a number to each entry and Melissa P. (without looking, obviously) chose two numbers at random: 40 and 66

Congrats to:
Nic (winner of e-book)
DD (winner of paperback)

Reminder: If you have won a book, you have about 48 hours to claim it by sending your contact information. (You will be e-mailed if you have won, as well.) After that time, a new winner will be picked.

Thanks to everyone who participated!
Thanks also to Laurel for visiting us at CLC and offering the copies of her book for our giveaway and Samantha from Chick Lit Plus for including us in Laurel's blog tour.

Don't forget about our current giveaways:

"The D Word" and "I'll Have Who She's Having" by Liz and Lisa (e-books)
Ends tonight at midnight EST

"The Kitchen Shrink" by Dee Detarsio (e-book)
Ends 7/10 at midnight EST

"The One that I Want" by Allison Winn Scotch
US only
Ends 7/11 at midnight EST

Tune in tomorrow...Gwendolen Gross will be here to talk about "The Orphan Sister" and share a couple of copies with some lucky readers!


DD said...

Yay me! Thanks!!!

Belgie said...

The One That I Want is as much a romance as it is a sort of coming age for Gemma. She's been hanging on the sidelines for too long and her weight loss and new status as one of the best members of the majorette squad have been great for her self-esteem--she's been building up to her breaking point as far as Addison is concerned. The girls' friendship with Max and Carter creates plenty of drama, and there are some interesting parallels between the two sets of friends. Throughout the drama, Gemma does her best, and readers will be solidly on her side as she begins to realize what friendship is not, and that standing up for yourself can have some unexpected benefits and consequences. Anyone who has even gone through the angst of liking someone who may or may not reciprocate will empathize with Gemma, and her journey towards self-acceptance is universal. The One That I Want is a fun, romantic read with a good bit of drama, stolen kisses, and a great message about standing up to bullies--not to win a guy, but for yourself.