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Saturday, August 29, 2009
The winners of Light of the Burning Shadow by Chris Evans have been picked. Originally there were 10 copies of the book to give away but the great people at Sneak Attack Media upped the number to 20 so we have 20 winners!
The random winners are: Ruth Ann Francis (Texas), Mary DeBorde (Illinois), Gef Fox (Canada), Shaheer Gillani (Pakistan), James Yarker (England), Scott Pedersen (Australia), Elizabeth Nelson (Washington), Chuck Graham (Alabama), Greg Lincoln (California), Jake Lsewhere (New York), Mike Jackson (England), Joel Simard (Canada), Andrej El (Germany), Todd Johansen (Utah), Paul Weimer (Minnesota), Ann Perry (Kentucky), Loni Gofran (Texas), Ana Cristina Amaral Alves (Portugal), Jessica Lay (Texas), and Janan Cheskis (Illinois).
Thanks again to all who entered, and to the people at Sneak Attack Media for making this contest possible!
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