Thursday, November 1, 2012

I'm ba-a-ack! Winners and update


It felt a little like this on Monday and early Tuesday, but we fared much better than north of us. We lost power, but I'm singing MetEd's praises after they restored it in less than a day, rather than the 7-10 day wait they predicted. Lots of wind and rain, but nothing like the dire photos I've seen. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who were hit hard by Sandy. Not funny that a Frankenstorm blew through for Halloween, or anytime.

But now, for catching up.

Hard to believe that October's over! I thank each guest who participated in the monthlong Halloween event, and shared their recipes, books, and unusual experiences - it kind of freaks me out that so many people had unexplainable experiences! But it was lots of fun, so I'll have to think of other such events to hold. I love a blog party. :)

Now - for the prizes! 

I have a few winners to announce. I will be contacting you all today. :)



For the Spooktacular Giveaway hop
The book of Dead to Rights goes to...
Shar Simms







For the Howloween Blog Hop 
The ebook of In the Midnight Hour goes to...
BLHmistress







For my last Halloween giveaway (sorry to be so late)
The ebook of Ground Rules goes to...
Jess






And another I'd forgotten about is still open at The Long and Short Romance -
Comment on this post at LASR for a chance to win The Magic of Lavender, Book 1 of The Goddess Connection series.





I hope you all enjoy reading the books! As always, I'd be grateful if you'd leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads. :)

4 comments:

Maria Zannini said...

So glad you fared okay. It was a rough storm for you guys.

Hope the clean up for those hardest hit goes smoothly.

Cate Masters said...

Thanks much, Maria. It was a little scary, especially for my relatives in NY and NJ. I'm especially grateful they're all right.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Congratulations to the winners! And glad Godzilla didn't destroy your area.

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

Great giveaways. Glad the storm was less violent than expected for you and me.