Heidi Cullinan Week Recap + Poll Results!

Not only has our second Author Week come and gone but now the weekend has as well! And it’s been a busy one at that!

As February Author Week was dedicated to Heidi Cullinan, we had a few books we reviewed of hers not to mention a lovely post Heidi did for TBG and a giveaway of her re-released book, Double Blind. Here’s a quick breakdown for you if you missed them:

Double Blind reviewed by Nikyta
Let It Snow reviewed by Susan65
Love Lessons reviewed by Nikyta
A Private Gentleman reviewed by Heather C
The Wounds in the Walls reviewed by JustJen

Heidi acted as one of our Honorary Bloggers for a day and talked about Writing Las Vegas.

Also, for those who missed it, don’t forget that today is the last day to enter the giveaway for Double Blind. It’ll end at 11:59 pm EST TONIGHT so don’t forget to go to the giveaway post and comment with your email address to be put into the drawing.

Winner will be picked after the giveaway closes and announced tomorrow morning (Wednesday, February 26th, 2014).

Lastly, for the results of the poll! This one was to determine which book JustJen will be challenged to read for our March Challenge Week and the winner was… Billy’s Bones by Jamie Fessenden with 36% of the votes! Second place went to Freedom by Jay Kirkpatrick with 25%, To Bite a Bear by Amber Kell received 24% of the votes and Lucifer’s Lunatic by Destiny Blaine & Marc Alice received 15% of the votes. Sadly, JustJen really wanted Lucifer’s Lunatic to win. Oh wells, she’ll get to it eventually!

JustJen’s review for Billy’s Bones will go live sometime in the week of 3/16 so stick around and see what she thinks of it. And thanks to everyone who voted!

Hope everyone has a great day!

~The Blogger Girls

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