Since you entered by email, I will email you to tell you that you won. Sorry that this is so late, Colleen was away and then I did not get a chance to announce the winner until right now.

So, now for PICTURES!

David sent the following blurb along: "Here's a picture of me reading Rises the Night along with my friend Sheri (from Tennessee), who is visibly frightened by the vampiric goings on. Don't worry, she soon dusted the undead stalker about to attack her (my flatmate Alistair from Scotland). Venator or not, not even vampires should mess with a pregnant lady!!"

Entry Two, from Rinoa, shows the best place ever for Colleen's book, right by Marion Zimmer Bradley! (That's one of my favourite Bradley's too).

Marg sent along a picture of her son reading Gleason. I am not sure if it is age appropriate. haha. Is he not cute, though? (And he reads, his Pokemon books show up on Marg's library list from time to time.)

Not to be undone, we have a cat reading! This is Merlin, Rhinoa's cat. She sent six different pictures (she also has a cat name Morgaine). Coolest cat names ever! haha

And, lastly, this is a picture sent in by Jenny, the winner, of Gleason in Singapore!

This is are the pictures I received, some people did not send any. Feel free to send more in even if the contest is closed, it's fun!


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Since I was a little girl I have been fascinated with books. Early photos show me with a book in hand, even if it was not exactly my reading level... My first word was a made-up word meaning 'book', actually. I suppose I had my priorities at an early age... Over the years my interest in books has become one of the defining features of who I am as a person. You can probably call me a bookworm. While I have other interests, reading will always be the one I talk about the most, even if I am not focusing on it as much as I used to.