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The Heart Goes Last: Giveaway Winner

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The winner of The Heart Goes Last signed copy goes to…

Dessa! Congrats to Dessa and consolations to Mrs. Hicks. A lot of people contacted me via email or through the blog to say that they wanted to enter but that both Mrs. Hicks and Dessa deserved to win more because they seemed like true fans (you can check out their comments in the earlier post). The winner was selected using random.org

Dessa – Send me a private email (jenlane3@yahoo.com) with your mailing address and I’ll mail it out to you this week.

Interested in reading The Heart Goes Last? You can purchase your copy here:The Heart Goes Last

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  1. Well done Dessa! I hadn’t read anyone else’s comments when I posted mine, and then I felt a bit selfish, so I’m glad the randomiser chose you. One day I’ll meet my curly haired heroine and get her to sign my battered copy of The Edible Woman (my favourite book by her)…

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    November 16, 2015
    • I haven’t read Edible woman. Will have to do so soon. I think you both made strong cases for the book. Scared everyone off because we normally get over 10entries! So either one of you would have been a deserving winner!

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      November 16, 2015
      • The Edible Woman is incredible. It’s the first book by Atwood that spoke to me directly in that it echoed a lot of what I felt around the time I read it – 17/18, getting to grips with adulthood and the hidden unfairness of life for women. It’s also very funny and surreal. It’s a slim book, less than 300 pages, and definitely worth reading.

        And truly, if I’d read Dessa’s comment before launching into mine, there would only have been one entry! It’s quite something to be so inspired by a writer that you set your professional course by the star of their work.

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        November 16, 2015
      • Edible Woman is absolutely one of my favourite novels too!

        And I’m not sure what kind of work I’ll be able to find after completing my degree – I just feel lucky to be able to study inspiring authors in a genre that I love.

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        November 16, 2015
  2. Ahhhh! Thank you so much! I’m so excited to read it!

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    November 16, 2015

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