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A Corner of White Giveaway Winners! (Closed)

Happy Monday, lovelies!  

It's time to announce the two winners of A Corner of White by Jaclyn Moriarty.  One winner was randomly selected from comments left on the blog post, while another winner was randomly selected from the tweeted entries.

And the winners are...

Ren, who said:
"Oh my goodness, I think if I could go absolutely anywhere I would go to Amsterdam. (Real world.)  Fictional? Hogwarts. Definitely. Also, I finally broke down and read The Girl Who Chased the Moon after passing it in the bookstores for months, and I ended up loving it! It wasn't quite what I expected."

And @cleartrampoline, who tweeted:
"Win a copy of Jaclyn Moriarty's A Corner of White from @TheLovelySide, check it out! … #ACornerofWhite"

Congrats, ladies! I'll be in touch regarding your prize copies of the book.  Thank you to everyone who entered and stay tuned for another giveaway soonly!


Camille said…
Yay! Thanks! I've never won anything off the internet before, you just made my Monday! :)


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