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Rampant Giveaway Winners

And the winners are RachaelfromNJ, Sharon K, and Ju!

Please contact me with your mailing addresses and we'll get your copies of Rampant on their way. It was awesome and hilarious to hear all of your experiences (or lack thereof) with unicorns in your literature. Also the stories of how you loved them as kids (or found them unutterably terrifying!) and the family and/or close friends who still love all things unicorn. Seriously, I should have asked for pictures because some of that sounds too good to be true. I want to thank several of you for the Yasmine Galenorn Sisters of the Moon series recommendations as I'd never heard of her before and they look like much fun! And for those of you who asked--Harry Potter totally counts. In pretty much any scenario--Harry Potter counts. And one last time thank you so much to Diana for the words and to Harper Teen for the giveaway!

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  1. Congrats to the lucky winners!

    Thanks for hosting such a great interview and giveaway, Angie. :)

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  2. Christine, it was my pleasure!

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