First, I have to apologize for the lack of giveaways on days 11 and 12. I had some computer issues that didn’t get fixed until the last eligible days for entering the contest. It didn’t make sense to put up the giveaway post and have them open for less than 24 hours. I promise I’ll make it up to you all with a Valentine’s Day giveaway!
Without further ado, here are the winners!
Sustenance (Saint-Germain #27) by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro – Congratulations to melissar22 who left a comment on December 14th
The Thieves of Legend (Michael St. Pierre #4) by Richard Doetsch – Congratulations to TrendSavant who left a comment on December 15th
The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins – Congratulations to Kristen Cooper who left a comment on December 16th
Digital Photography by Michael Wright – Congratulations to ShellWolf who left a comment on December 17th
Historical Fiction Bundle – Congratulations to CamCLO who left a comment on December 21st
Three Princes by Ramona Wheeler – Congratulations to elizabeth5713 who left a comment on December 19th
Irish America by Maureen Dezell – Congratulations to AK Rambler who left a comment on December 21st
Science Fiction Bundle – Congratulations to Maddie who left a comment on December 22nd
KOP Killer by Warren Hammond – Congratulations to aliciainchimerical who left a comment on December 28th
Touch of Evil by C.T. Adams & Cathy Clamp – Congratulations to silverscotch who left a comment on December 23rd
Please contact me with your mailing address by Friday, January 9, 2014 to claim your prize. Shipment is to the US only.
Thank you to all who participated and left comments. The staff and I wish you a very happy and healthy new year!!
For those amateur photographers out there, this giveaway is for you! We’ve got a great book that helps you learn editing and shooting techniques. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about Photoshop and how you can make good pictures even better, this book will be your guide. Instructions on how you can win a copy follow the book blurb below. Good luck!
A unique approach to a hot subject–digital photography and Photoshop. The only book that shows you how to do it: pictures first, words second.
Michael Wright argues that words spoil most photography books, which are over-complicated by too much text. It should, he argues, be possible to understand the sequence of events in a photographic or computer process without having to read the text. Photography is a visual process, and the best way to get it across, simply and easily, is visually. We rose to that challenge in the design of this book. We took out everything that wasn’t absolutely essential, and illustrated every conceivable step; and it has proved to be remarkably effective. We applied this approach to all areas of digital photography, from composing and taking the shot in the first place, to manipulating the image on a computer, using either Photoshop Elements or Photoshop 7. The result: a completely unique guide to digital photography.
One lucky winner will have the opportunity to win a paperback copy of Digital Photography by Michael Wright! For your chance to win simply leave a comment below. Comments will be accepted through midnight on Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Winner will be picked at random and announced on Thursday, January 1, 2015. Open to US residents only. Good luck!