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And the winner of the John Scalzi book is. . .

Posted on: January 30, 2012

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Confusion give away for a copy of the Limited Edition of The Sagan Diary by John Scalzi.  It’s a beautiful little hard-back novella, sure to please any Scalzi fan.

and the winner is. . . .

*drumroll*

Stephanie!

Congrats Stephanie, please watch your e-mail for a message from me.

 

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1 Response to "And the winner of the John Scalzi book is. . ."

Congrats Stephanie! The whole series is a real delight and this book really adds a nice layer to the relationship between the two main protagonists.

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