September 19, 2010

And The Winners Are . . .

krbiwasaka
&
Ruthie

krbiwasaka and Ruthie are the lucky recipients of a brand new copy of Larry Levin's Oogy: The Dog Only a Family Could Love, a heartwarming tale of a former bait dog who overcame the odds to live and find a family to love.

Congratulations, kriwasaka and Ruthie! If you will forward me your mailing address, I will see that your new book gets out to you.




Thank you to all who visited my blog and entered this giveaway. I do appreciate each one of you taking the time to visit and post here. I hope you will stick around for future giveaways, reviews and interviews.   And be sure to check back in the next week or so, when I will have my review of Oogy: The Dog Only a Family Could Love up. 

Thank you again to Anna Balasi and the Hachette Book Group for making this giveaway possible.

Compliments to randomizer.org for selecting the lucky winners.


And now a question to my loyal readers . . .

During this giveaway, a reader mentioned that she did not believe it was appropriate to have posters' email addresses where they could be seen by any and all (as one of my requirements is I have an email address to contact the winner(s)).  The alternative to not requring an email address with the entry would be for the winner(s) to contact me within a certain number of days after the winning post is made (and if the winner does not contact me within the predetermined amount of days, a new winner selected).

I have seen it done both ways on different blogs.  What do you think? 

4 comments:

Blodeuedd said...

I do get the whole email thing and not wanting to show it, but I have tried just announcing the winner, and they haven't gotten in touch. Therefore I want an email so I can reach the. If they don't want to write it there, then I have the option that they can email me their entry

Monique said...

I have wordpress and I use a plugin which picks winners for me - and provides me with their email addresses. It's funny though, I tell people there is no need to leave their email address, but they do it anyway - they are so used to doing it.

Also - some people sign up for a spam-type email account so if someone does get ahold of their email address, they won't be mad.

E.J. Stevens said...

Congrats to the winners!
xx,
E.J.
From the Shadows

fredamans said...

Congrats winners!