Putting the Science in Fiction Blog Hop: Winners Announced!

As part of a blog hop with experts from the new book Putting the Science in Fiction Dan Koboldt offered 10 free copies of the new book to readers. Check out the winner list and the blog posts here.
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To celebrate the release of Putting the Science in Fiction, new from WD Books, editor Dan Koboldt enlisted the help of the book's expert contributors to participate in a blog hop series. Each post in the series detailed different science fiction topics, plus story prompts to kick off NaNoWriMo.

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The full hop series included:

Plus, readers were given the opportunity to win one of 10 copies of the new book. Check out the winner list below:

  1. Nikky Lee
  2. Jacqueline Houtman
  3. Leya
  4. Jill Murray
  5. Bethany Simonsen
  6. Neha Merchant
  7. Anne Marie Scott
  8. Mel Ashford
  9. Jeannette Bedard
  10. Cassandra Darensbourg

Congratulations to the winners!

Check out the blog posts in the list above, and learn more in Putting the Science in Fiction!

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