It's time for another winner's post! I know... I know... I need to do these more often. Then it wouldn't be so much work to get them done. I'll try to do better! But you know me. I'm all about the reviews, so be patient! LOL.
Thank-You to everyone who participated and I'll have to say your answers to my questions are really enjoyable to read. I feel like I'm getting to know you all so much better. I am going to start putting my own responses to the questions in the comments as well, so you can get to know me as well.
I recently started a new feature on the blog where I am trying to give readers an option to try to win every book I review whether I am offering the giveaway or a fellow blogger is. Please let me know if this is something that is working out for you, or if it is just unnecessary. I would like to have a consensus as to whether I should continue that or not. I can't offer a giveaway for every book, I am just not always given the opportunity.
Now for the good stuff...
Winners will be notified by later today, publishers by tomorrow.
LET ME REMIND YOU: I had to choose several secondary winners because the first number I got from random.org was a person who did not leave a comment on the original post!
Do or Diner by Christine Wenger
Winner: Anne Berger
What the Bride Wore by Jade Lee
Winner: Lisa Garrett
Death Al Dente by Leslie Budewitz
Winner: Sue Farrell
Love on a Midsummer Night by Christy English
Winner: Piepie Beuttel
Cross-Stitch Before Dying by Amanda Lee
Winner: Carol Wong
Seed No Evil by Kate Collins
Winner: Tammy Cuevas
Cloche and Dagger by Jenn McKinley
Winner: Deb Soliz
3-Book Plain Fear Series by Leanna Ellis
Winner: Emma Stuck
Cover Story by Erika Chase
Winner: Pat Lieberman
Remnants of Murder by Elizabeth Lynn Casey
Winner: Linda Rima
2-Book Grace Burrowes Giveaway
Winner: Elizabeth Schroedle
If Bread Could Rise to the Occasion by Paige Shelton
Winner: Dotty Kelley
I like the feature where you direct us to other blogs where we can win the book. Not only does it give me a chance to win the book, it helps me find other blogs that I might enjoy.
I might change tomorrow. Today my favorite woman in History is Barbara Jordan. I've never read a book about her. I just remember her on the news clips. She had a very strong character. She spoke with a thick Boston accent. Even though she was wheelchair bound Politics was her career. It was her way to reach out and change the lives of the people in her community. I think she was a senator. When she died, it was a painful shock.
Thank you for entering my name to win the cozy.
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