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With the help of Random.org I drew the winners for the Sebastian’s Poet book giveaway this morning.
First, I would like to thank everybody who commented, not only for entering but also for your very kind words! Thank you!
If you did not win, you can pick up an e-copy of Sebastian’s Poet on July 6th…either directly from the publisher HERE (Priced at $3.99) or from one of the many e-booksellers online.
The insightful son of a broken father finds kindness and guidance from a poet who tries to heal their troubled family.
Sebastian’s Poet begins in the Beaches district of Toronto in the year 1973. It follows Sebastian, his little brother Renee and his tormented father into 1980…as they befriend the famous folksinger Teal Landen. It’s a story of a broken family trying to mend, and the kind stranger who ingratiates himself into their lives in an attempt to make it better. Watch for a cameo appearance from Canada’s own Gordon Lightfoot. (-:
Sebastian’s Poet was originally written over a 48hr period, during my first Muskoka Novel Marathon. After the marathon, the 6 industry judges chose SP to receive the 2007 Muskoka Novel Marathon Best Adult Novel Award.
The winners of the giveaway, as chosen by random.org’s random number generator:
1st Place– Marianne Spitzer (Sebastian’s Poet & Summer on Fire)
2nd Place – Colleen Crawley (Sebastian’s Poet)
3rd Place – Brendan Vidito (Sebastian’s Poet)
(Would the winners please email me your addresses? I will mail your copies just as soon as they arrive. You can reach me at kevintcraig @ hotmail dot com Thank you!)
Sebastian’s Poet can be found on Goodreads HERE. Feel free to add it to your TBR shelf!
Thanks for playing!