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The Demon's Lexicon & The Demon's Covenant Giveaway Winner!

And the winner is . . . Charlotte!

Congrats, you lucky duck! Please shoot me an email with your mailing info and your books will be winging their way to you shortly. A big thanks go out to Sarah for being such a good sport, participating in the interview, and offering up such highly coveted copies of her books. I also loved Sarah's question about your favorite literary family dynamics. Reading through your comments was extremely interesting and fun. Many of you named as your favorite families Scarlett Martin's family from Suite Scarlett and Scarlett Fever, Clary and Jace from The Mortal Instruments trilogy, Simon and Derek in the Darkest Power trilogy, Felix and Mildmay from the Doctrine of Labyrinth series, the Powers family from The President's Daughter series, and the Weasleys from the Harry Potter books. Thanks for all your comments and kind words. 

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  1. Wow! I couldn't believe it was really me, and had to click on the link....Thanks!

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  2. Congrats Charlotte! :)

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  3. Charlotte, *grin* it's really you! And you're most welcome.

    Sully & Chachic, you guys are always kind to come back and congratulate the winners. Thanks for that.

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