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Parts Unknown giveaway winner!

IMG_0994Congratulations, Molly Greene!

The Accidental Cootchie Mama method — names on paper slips, slips in a bag — along with the flying fickle finger of fate, have chosen you for the first Parts Unknown giveaway. I’ll contact you privately for a shipping address and details on how you’d like the inscription to read.

Just so you know, I had my wife do the honors, since she is utterly unbiased and has remarkable karma.

Thanks to everyone who jumped on board, and fret not! I plan to do one of these each month until I publish Yesterday Road, so there will be more opportunities. And if you just can’t wait? Buy the book for a ten spot dy-rect from me and PayPal (push the Buy Now button on the sidebar — you know you want to!). I pop for the shipping on all orders to the U.S. and Canada. That means you pay five or six bucks for this lovely signed edition.

And Molly? If you’re inclined to review the book at some point, I certainly wouldn’t object!

4 comments on “Parts Unknown giveaway winner!

  1. 1WriteWay
    June 13, 2013

    Congratulations, Molly! And good job, Kevin 🙂

  2. Kevin Brennan
    June 13, 2013

    Thanks, Marie. I really appreciate your support!

  3. natasha874
    June 14, 2013

    Congrats Molly!
    Love your blog Mr Brennan. Happy Friday!

  4. Molly Greene
    June 14, 2013

    I’m thrilled and honored to have won! Thanks Kevin, I’m looking forward to reading the book. Cheers!

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