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Mind Games Giveaway Winner!

And the winner is . . . Tiah!

Congratulations! If you'll slip me a quick email with your mailing address I'll see that your book gets on its way soon. Thanks to Carolyn for participating in the interview and providing the book for giveaway. And thank you to everyone who entered and was brave enough to proclaim your superhero/evil mastermind names. You made me laugh out loud at your level of awesome so many times I just have to share a few of my favorites here:

Midnight of Magnesia
Doctor Swineberg
Viridian Mongoose
The evil sorcerer Crabgullion
Bianca Riot

I love them all. 

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  1. Congratulations to the lucky winner!

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  2. Yup, congrats to the lucky winner!

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  3. Congrats Tiah! And I agree, this was super fun! I loved everyone's ideas. Thanks, Angie, for inviting me by.

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  4. How exciting! Thank you!

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  5. You guys are awesome.

    And you're most welcome, Tiah. I'm thinking you'll really love this one.

    Carolyn, anytime. I mean it. The names really were fun, weren't they? :)

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