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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!

So, I am finally making the time to actually write a blog post...AND announce the long-awaited winner of the Lucky Clover Picture Book WINTER Contest.

Congratulations goes out to...

Kimberly Cowger for Sprinkles Goes to School! 

Kimberly, you will receive your long-awaited critique in your e-mail shortly. And if you have perchance already made these edits, I will even take a SECOND look at your story since I made you wait so long.

Congratulations, Kimberly! Keep on keepin' on...

4 comments:

  1. Woo hoo, woo hoo, woo hoo!!!
    Waiting to hear back is such a big part of this industry that I had completely forgotten that I even entered this contest! So imagine my surprise when I saw your email this morning!! Needless to say, you made my day, my week, my whole month even!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
    Kimberly Cowger
    I have indeed edited my story since March but I have no doubt your critique will include valuable suggestions that I can't wait to read! Once I have a chance to look at them I'll decide if I may take you up on the offer for a second look.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you once again!!

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  2. Congrats Kimberly! Keep on writing.

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  3. Congrats Kimberly! I think I remember your pitch on Susanna Hill's site :)

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