Jan 18, 2009

Breathing Out the Ghost Winners & Writing Progress

Thanks to all who entered the Breathing Out the Ghost by Kirk Curnutt giveaway. I wish I had more copies of this fantastic book for you all.

However, with 44 entrants and only 3 copies available, it was up to randomizer.org to select the winners.

The winners are:

1. Literary Feline (Wendy) at Musings of a Bookish Kitty

2. Tanabata

3. Debbie of Wrighty's Reads


Writing Goal Recap for Week #2:

A much better week for poetry writing than the previous week. I didn't finish a whole poem, but I have honed a first stanza! I think I'm happy with it now, so it's time for stanza two. In honor of this progress, we have a concrete Week #3 goal.

Writing Goal, Week #3:

I will finish the poem that I started! Move on from stanza one and finish out the entire poem.

Have a great Memorial Day and check back tomorrow for Mailbox Monday!

10 comments:

Literary Feline said...

Thank you so much, Serena! I've been really wanting to read this one since I first heard about it. Congratulations to both Nat and Debbie as well!

Wrighty - said...

Thank you, thank you! I look forward to reading this one. I sent an email earlier. Congrats girls!

Jo-Jo said...

Congrats to the winners...this sounds like a great book!

bermudaonion said...

Congratulations to the winner!

Jo-Jo said...

Oh...and congrats to you Serena on finishing your stanza!

tanabata said...

Thank you Serena! Again, I'm thrilled to have won. I hope you got my email.

naida said...

congrats to the winners ;)

and good luck with your writing :)
http://thebookworm07.blogspot.com/

Gottawrite Girl said...

Yes, yaye to the winners and... talk soon! Write well, Serena!

Serena said...

Congrats to all three of you. I hope you enjoy this book. It is well written even though the subject matter is tough to swallow.

Thanks for the writing well wishes. I can use them.

Anna said...

Congrats to the winners! I hope you all find it a worthwhile read!

Serena, I'm glad your moving forward with your writing goals. I hope you'll let me read the poem when it's done. :)

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric