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Sunday, January 2, 2011

The Winners Of The First Holiday Draw (2010)

Everyone's names were printed out, cut into equal bits and shaken up for about two minutes in an inflated bag. Then I had the pleasure of blindly choosing 9 names. Next time I'll do it on video, but for now you'll have to trust the results of the random picking. I'm pleased with the results, especially since luck rewarded a good mix of vocal readers and new ones alike.

There are going to be at least one more draw in 2011, so if you were missed on this one, don't worry, you can always enter the next.

Here are the results with links to the profiles on Goodreads:

1st Tier Prize: Full set of signed books + Triton T-Shirt
David S

2nd Tier Prizes: Signed Copy of Broadcast 0: Origins + Triton T-Shirt (expanded to 3 winners)
John B

3rd Tier Prizes: Signed Copy of Broadcast 0: Origins (4 winners)
Dave (from Australia)

In case someone cannot accept or declines their prizes, I chose three random backups. If someone declines, the list scrolls up and the top backup takes the bottom spot.

Eric D

What I need from all the winners are your addresses and T-Shirt size info (if you won one), by the end of January. If I don't get it by then I'm afraid I'll have to bump you off. Please email me directly with that info plus the answer to this skill testing question: 2,793 ÷ 399 + 0 =

Sorry, our funny Ontario laws don't allow me to award anything to anyone unless their skills are 'tested'.

Just as a reminder, packages may not start showing up until early March of this year.

Thank you all for participating and congratulations to all the winners! I think this is a fantastic way to usher in 2011.


[Happy New Year!]


Phy said...

Whoa, cool! Thanks, Randy!

David said...

Randy, Wow Awesome!! Soo excited!! Awesome drawing, and a lot bigger than originally published, so a bunch of people won which is great!

Awaiting on Broadcast 7, and looking forward as well to "The Sons of Brightwill" as well... it's just got a catchy name that makes you want to read!

Anonymous said...

Wow, I find a fantastic SF series to read and I also win a prize!

Can't beat that. :)