Ekaterina Sedia contest winners!

Thanks to the author herself and Prime Books, our five winners will each receive a signed copy of Ekaterina Sedia's excellent The Secret History of Moscow, which is one of my favorite reads of the year thus far. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

I highly recommend this one to any person who enjoyed Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere.

The winners are:

- Barbara Barnett-Stewart, from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA

- Jordan Gibler, from Lancaster, California, USA (thornofcamorr on sffworld.com)

- Tim Bland, from Valdosta, Georgia, USA

- Cassandra Yorgey, from Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA

- Paulette Lashley, from Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia, USA

Thanks to all the participants!

7 commentaires:

thornofcamorr said...


Guess these aint rigged after all :D

Barbara A. Barnett said...

I'm looking forward to reading the book!

Anonymous said...

*cry* I really wanted this. I think... er.. I put in for this one. *sigh* one of the problems with your blog is that it's gotten so big that it's hard to win stuff anymore. I still think I am lucky I caught you early enough that I got a chance to win a book. ages ago (so don't take me outta the running please :P) Umm... not saying that it's not a good thing btw that your blog is huge I actually hugely admire you for what youve done and am proud you are going to be published even if I didnt like it much. When it gets published I do want to read it though as I'm sure I read a rough draft and may actually love it. Keep up the good work, have a safe but fun trip.

Anonymous said...

dumb quesion is this published already and when is neuropath? (the other book I am really really interested in by they guy who's name I can't remember but who I can't get into his main books) Thanks again :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks Pat! I cannot wait to get started on this book!

Anonymous said...

WOOOOOOT!!!! *insert happy dance here*

thank you! this is such a great blog, and i almost never win stuff.. this is an awesome way to start the day!

Anonymous said...

I am just TOO excited! I have entered an embarassingly large number of times, and I finally WON! Thank you, Pat. You have not only made my day, but possibly the entire month of May.