Monday, September 21, 2009

Giveaway Winners of HF Bloggers Round Table Event Announced!!!

Before I begin announcing the Winners of my Giveaway, I want to start by raving about what a fantastic week we had with the Historical Fiction Bloggers Round Table Event!

I want to especially THANK my wonderful partners for everything they did to make this event a total success. All of you- Arleigh from, Amy from Passages To The Past, Lizzy from Historically Obsessed, Heather from the Maiden's Court, Allie from Hist-Fic-Chick were totally amazing!

As for you, Marie Burton, whose grand idea this was...You are an amazing person! I still can't figure out how you manage to do it all! Thanks for all your ideas and inspiration:)

I'd also like to thank everyone who has blogged about and participated in this event with their own giveaways too- Thanks Tudor Daughter and Plaidy's Royal Intrigue:)

For any of you who,ve missed this grand event and would like to check it all out, the schedule of events passed is on this page.

And for the Grand Summary- you can visit The Burton Review who's got it summed up beautifully. Amy at Passages To The Past also has a fantastic summary of it all as well.

And NOW...For The Winners....

Giveaway # 1: Leonardo's Swans...The Winner is: Barb from Meditative Readings!!!

Giveaway #2: Royal Panoply...The Winner is: Virginie Barbeau from Virgine Says!!!

Giveaway #3: The Raucous Royals:...The Winner is: Michelle from The True Book Addict!!!

Winners Please email me with your contact info. Congratulations!!

Thank you to everyone for participating!



Anonymous said...

Thanks so much, Lucy! I'll send you my address now :)


Unknown said...

Congrats everyone, these are some great books!

BurtonReview said...

Congrats to the winners, Those are fantastic sounding books indeed!
As for YOU, Ms. Lucy..
Thanks for the shout out, you are definitely a Queen in your own right =)
I loved it and could NOT have done it if it were not for your major help! I had so much fun reading everyone's posts, and having authors stop by.. it was grand fun!

Sheila (bookjourney) said...

This sounds great - how do you do a round table event?