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The Literary Others – Giveaway – Winners!

And here they are, the winners of the first ever The Oddness of Moving Things giveaway!

There were only nine entries for both prizes (I know you’re all hanging your heads in shame for not entering…such good odds). Six for the Amazon gift certificate and three for the Book Depository books.

I used to select the winners and they were #3 for the Amazon gift certificate, who just happened to be the awesome Heather at Between the Covers, who I know is going to buy books that I’m just going to end up having to buy; and oddly enough chose #3 a second time (1-3 instead of 1-6) and the winner was Beth of Too Fond who selected The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Boy Meets Boy, BOTH of which I desperately want to read!

Congratulations to the two winners and thanks to everyone who entered! I can’t wait to read all of your blogs and learn more about you. Check back tomorrow for my post response to Damian McNicholl’s A Son Called Gabriel.


8 thoughts on “The Literary Others – Giveaway – Winners!”

  1. Winner, winner, bookish dinner! Thank you, Geoff!

    Wanna hear something interesting? 3 is my favorite number. No wonder chose me! Haha!

    So. I decided to purchase The Well of Lonliness by Radclyffe Hall, and Zami by Audre Lorde. I can’t wait to read them! Thank you so much!


    1. Awesome choice! I read it for my intro to LGBT literature course in undergrad and really enjoyed it. I also recently dug it out when I was at home and dragged it back up to Boston to put in my re-read pile again. I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on it.


  2. Awesome – congrats to the winners!

    Boy Meets Boy and The Perks of Being a Wallflower are both fantastic! Perks is my favorite book of all time. Boy Meets Boy is charming – should be taught in high school English classes everywhere!


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