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Triple Prize Pack Giveaway Winners!

You guys are awesome, plain and simple. I loved reading all of your entries and grinning at the reasons you wanted, nay, needed these books. I know exactly how you feel. And I'm so happy to be sending a few more of them out into the world to good homes. So without further ado, the three winners are:

thebibliogeek (the Urban Fantasy pack)

Amy (the YA pack)

buddyt (the Fantasy pack)

Please contact me with your mailing addresses and I'll get those packs sent out as soon as I can. Thanks again, everyone!

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  1. It's official. I'm just ordering my own YA pack. I have to. I'm in the biggest slump ever.

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  2. Liza, you should. I live in fear they'll go out of print like her others. The more sales the better!

    Also, I'm sorry about the slump. Ugh.

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  3. Congratulations to the winners! :)

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  4. Congratulations, ladies!

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  5. Whew! Now I don't have to "worry" about whether I won or not... and can go out and buy/order these books FINALLY! :)

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  6. Congrats to the winners! I guess now I'll just go and actually *buy* my own set of EEW.

    I did however find an original version of the President's Daughter the other day and am totally loving it!

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  7. Michelle, lol, aren't the originals the most awesome? All the Tab and Hill Street Blues...

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