”A Memory of Light” Giveaway—the Draw Result for the Second Giveaway Book
You will recall, of course, that I have not 1 but 3 copies from Hachette NZ to give away to Australian and New Zealand readers, and this is the draw for the 2nd book.
Everyone who commented on the first giveaway post, here, to tell me “why you are a fan of the Wheel of Time series”, plus those who commented again on last Monday’s post, here, re “Who is your absolutely favourite character in the Wheel of Time series—and why?” have been entered—or re-entered—in the draw.
So without further ado…
The winner of the 2nd ‘A Memory of Light’ draw is: [drum roll!] —
Tim South (the 24th commenter)
Tim, if you email me via my website on contact[at]helenlowe[dot]info with your postal address, I will pass it on to HachetteNZ so they can forward you the book.
But Again, It’s Not Quite Over—The Draw for Copy 3 Continues!
As explained in the previous two posts, I’m making the draw for 1 of the 3 copies each week over 3 weeks—with the 3rd and final draw now being a week away on January 7.
If you’ve already commented on the first, December 17 post, or again on December 24, then your name will still be automatically entered into the final, January 7 draw. (And I know I’ve said this before, but I have really enjoyed the answers to both questions, just for the sheer range and interest of the answers. So do keep them coming. )
But if you would like your name to be entered a third and final time, or you have just discovered the giveaway and wish to enter, then simply answer the (easy!) question below.
And here it is–the third & final question:
Who is the adversary or villain in the Wheel of Times series that you most love to hate?
Notes re the Giveaway:
- The giveaway is resticted to readers resident in Australia and New Zealand only.
- Each draw will be made using Random.Org with the results posted on the blog on 24 and 31 December, and 7 January respectively.
- If the winners have not contacted me by Friday 11 January at the latest, I shall re-draw for any of the books that are unclaimed.
- Hachette NZ have confirmed that the books are embargoed until January 8, but they will forward the winning copies after that date.