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Winners of the June "OH BOY" Giveaway

Thanks to everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, who commented, tweeted and participated in my June contest. Hope you enjoyed the articles about my path to writing and publishing. I also hope they help you on your path to writing and publishing your book. (I plan to write more over the coming months, so stay tuned.) If you missed any of the articles, here they are ... and here are the winners of the OH BOY giveaway.

Thanks to everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, who commented, tweeted and participated in my June contest. Hope you enjoyed the articles about my path to writing and publishing OH BOY, YOU'RE HAVING A GIRL—I also hope they help you on your path to writing and publishing your book. (I plan to write more over the coming months, so stay tuned.) If you missed any of the articles, here they are:

7 REASONS WRITING A BOOK MAKES YOU A BADASS
5 WAYS TO DEVELOP A BOOK IDEA
4 THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN RESEARCHING LITERARY AGENTS

As promised, I have picked 5 names randomly from commenters and Tweeters to win autographed copies of OH BOY. I will be contacting them all shortly, but in the meantime, here's the list of these awesome winners:

Molly Ringle
Jeanne Meeks
Michael G-G
MD Owen
Michael O'Connell

Extra special thanks to everyone who reads this blog and has purchased (or considers purchasing) a copy of OH BOY, YOU'RE HAVING A GIRL. You guys rock.

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