Sunday, December 13, 2009

Winners so far, plus a new chance to win

Three contests, three winners!

My email address is linked on my website. Click on the "Contact" link and send me an email with your mailing address, and I'll send y'all your prizes.

First up--the winner of Carla Cassidy's December Intrigue, Scene of the Crime: Bridgewater, Texas is Misty Wright!

The winner of the $10 Barnes and Noble gift card is Louisa Cornell!

And the winner of Cassie Miles' December Intrigue, Secluded with the Cowboy, is Kea.

Congratulations and send me your information so I can get your prizes out to you.

Now, in celebration of the Crimson Tide's Mark Ingram winning the first ever Heisman Trophy for the University of Alabama, leave a comment on this post telling me who you were rooting for in the Heisman race (or tell me you weren't rooting for anyone at all), and I'll draw a winner from the commenters for another $10 Barnes and Noble gift card.


Kea said...

Thank you for drawing my name for Cassie Miles' December book; I've sent the email from my Gmail account. :-)

As for sports, I don't follow much in the way of any, even Canadian. And here is where I admit I really don't like hockey, which is akin to sacrilege....LOL.


Julie Miller said...

Mark Ingram was so deserving, I thought. I'm sure Tide pride is running deep. ;)

Gotta tell you, though, I'm from Nebraska, so I was rooting for Ndamakong Suh. He pretty much singlehandedly beat my MIZZOU Tigers earlier this year, so I give him credit for that. Besides, I tend to root for the underdog--and since he was the only defensive player nominated, and they've only won one Heisman previously, it was a double root for Suh.

Congrats on all of Alabama's success!

Paula said...

Julie, I don't watch a lot of football except Alabama and other SEC teams, but I did watch the Texas/Nebraska game, and Suh was amazing. He's probably going to be the first pick in the NFL draft. I was also really, really impressed with him personally after seeing the interview with him on last night's Heisman announcement show on ESPN. Smart guy who really seems to have his head on straight. I think he's going to be wildly successful in the NFL and in life.

Linda Henderson said...

I enjoy college football, but I have to admit I haven't kept up with it for a couple of years. Too many health related things going on. So I don't even know who was nominated for it. I'm from Missouri so I have to cheer for Mizzou when my SIL reminds me that they are playing. Since the Chiefs have totally sucked for years, I have given up on the NFL in Missouri.

Martha Lawson said...

I don't follow college football at all. That's my husband's area!! I think he was pretty pleased with the selection. He's an Ole Miss fan. (I'll just be glad when all football is over!!!)