Since we had less than 20 entries I am delighted, and even more relieved, to say that everyone who entered won!
With the exception of one sketch:
For whom I never got an email address. Sadness.
So everyone should expect contact from my publisher over the next week or so. Please don’t fret if it takes a little time, after all it is the holidays, and please do check your spam filters! It may take the books a little while to get to you as sometimes they are mailed media mail so don’t panic.
1. Amanda amandolinb
2. Caitlyn cdavis
3. Endless Pages llou
4. Fairandbright queenlothiriel
5. Fatedreamer onceuponadreambooks
6. FliterKit flitterkit
7. ForeverSearching alexa.may
8. Jenaveve visual_veve
9. Lara larabatesprior
10. Lisa lisaradgirl
11. Massimo Handcuffbetty
12. Melissa missy
13. Talia tmyres
I am beyond delighted with the entrants and you can expect to see them popping up in this blog, probably during Jannuary, closer to release date of Etiquette & Espionage.
And now I must get back to Prudence!
Still slaving away at Prudence. Nothing new on the radar right now.
Quote of the Day:
“Most of the recipes given under fist and eggs are suitable for breakfast, while a variety of appetizing little dishes can be made by using white China scallop shells, and filling them with various mixtures. And inch or two deep of nicely-minced chicken, covered with tomato or brinjal [eggplant] scallop, or with a nicely-seasoned batter – the whole to be crumbled over and baked – is always liked. Hunter’s sandwiches [cold meat in bread], kromeskys [croquettes made of minced meat ir fish rolled in bacon or calf’s udder and fried], and croutons [small pieces of toasted or fried bread added to soups and used to garnish stews] of all descriptions are also suitable, but it should be remembered that any elaborate side-dish has too great an apparent connection with yesterday’s dinner to be agreeable to the fastidious. Indeed, this lingering likeness to the immediate precedeing meal is always to be striven against; and the mistress of the house where you have duck for dinner, and duck stew next morning at breakfast, may be set down as a bad manager.”
~ Steel & Gardiner, 1888
No left over pizza for breakfast, I guess.