Thank you to all who entered. I wish each of you could get a book. If you want to check out another book giveaway (they’re giving away my book), go to SingleMommyhood.com.
I used a random number generator to determine the winners. The winners will each receive a complete set of signed books, one from each author in the interview series. The winners are:
Winners: Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing addresses.
Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!
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And, Here’s What’s Coming Up on Writing is My Drink:
How do you follow an Academy Award for producing An Inconvenient Truth? By writing a book that celebrates both family and dinner. If you think about it, the idea of making a good dinner at home (and therefore not driving, not creating the waste a drive-thru dinner leaves in its wake) is pretty closely linked with the message of An Inconvenient Truth. December 1st, Laurie David, author of The Family Dinner, will be here on Drink talking with me about her writing process.
Theo’s review of Nora Ephron’s Seattle Arts and Lecture event and her new book I Remember Nothing. I’m a big fan of hers, so I’m totally excited to get my copy of the book (tonight!) and then tell you all about it December 8th.
Does the idea of interviewing scare you? It used to scare me–it still does a little. Interviewing is a crucial skill for writers, whatever your genre. On December 11th, interviewer extraordinaire (he could make your cat talk) and Globe and Mail columnist, Tom Hawthorn will be here sharing some of his secrets. (He already told me one of them and then I realized how I’d been doing interviews all wrong, but that’s learning, right?). Be sure to come by for this.