More than 500 votes were cast, but now it is OVER. The winner of the Writer Unboxed Worst Analogy Contest is…
He stared at his cubicle wall, gray as an elephant’s butt and equally crushing.
Congratulations, Joe Jensen! You’ve just won a slew of great books, including:
- Juliet Marillier’s Heir to Sevenwaters (hard cover)
- Barbara O’Neal’s The Lost Recipe for Happiness (paperback)
- Ann Aguirre’s Grimspace (paperback)
- Ann Aguirre’s Wanderlust (paperback)
- Allison Winn Scotch’s Time of My Life (paperback, hot off the presses)
- Therese Walsh’s The Last Will of Moira Leahy (galley)
- Kathleen Bolton’s Confessions of a First Daughter (as Cassidy Calloway,
- Donald Maass’s The Fire in Fiction (paperback)
- Ray Rhamey’s Flogging the Quill, Crafting a Novel that Sells (paperback)
- Sophie Masson’s The Secret Army (a cool graphic novel)
- Rosina Lippi’s The Pajama Girls of Lambert Square (paperback)
- assorted surprise goodies
- the honor of wearing the contest winner’s virtual crown for a year
Kath and I can’t thank you guys enough for entering and voting. This contest was a blast–kind of like when a bunch of guys blow up a building, you know, how it makes a big noise and leaves lots of dust, and you can’t tear your eyes away from it, and the whole thing makes you miss lunch, but without the bricks falling on your head and stuff.
(Yeah, yours was better.)
Until next time–write on, all!