Friday, October 15, 2010

Winner of Contest/New Contest-- Phyllis A. Whitney Novels

I have drawn names for the two winners for the last contest, and Stacela and Sara are the winners of a Gothic Horror novel apiece. :) The odds were really great on that last one.

I'll be contacting you if I can, or if you see this post, you can email me with your address within 48 hours. I'll send out your books on Monday.

The new contest starts today. I'll be giving away two Phyllis A. Whitney novels to one lucky reader. I have a huge collection of them, so you might just get one you haven't read yet! Just post on any blog entry by November 1st at 12 a.m. EST.

8 comments:

Pamela Peddy said...

I love Phyllis A. Whitney. I use to check her books out of the school library and was disappointed they only had a few.

susied said...

I have a bunch of gothic books I've yet to catalogue. I believe I have a few Phyllis Whitney novels and I know for sure I have one of her 'young adult' titles on my book case from when I bought it through the Scholastic book club! How's that for dating myself? :)

lisalgreer said...

Susie, ha! That's funny... and now you have just entered to win more. ;) I think I'll let the winner pick the ones he/she wants of the titles I have...

lisalgreer said...

Pamela, me too. I really like her early works best. There are so many, and I have many to read for the first time and some to re-read.

lisalgreer said...

Pamela, me too. I really like her early works best. There are so many, and I have many to read for the first time and some to re-read.

crystal tracy said...

Phyllis Whitney was one of my favorite authors when I was a teen, up there with Victoria Holt, Dorothy Daniels, and Dorothy Eden. I'd love to read some of her works I haven't found yet, or reread some of my favorites. I DO prefer the ones that aren't starring a heroine reeling from a divorce, though. they always smacked of some personal bitterness in Whitney's life, and made it harder to identify with the characters...

hauntedhearts said...

That's great news, Lisa - thanks! I've emailed you earlier today. All the best, sara

lisalgreer said...

Hi, Crystal. I agree with you there...'The Singing Stones' is one that didn't work for me at all. I tried reading it again last year I think, and I just couldn't get into it.

 
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