I bet you’d thought I’d forgotten about my sci-fi challenge? It was just a bit of a pain to collate all the separate linky lists. Never again! It is quite obvious looking back that the participation dropped off when I stopped the monthly giveaways. I have picked one name out of those who linked up every month and one name at random from the entire pot. Not entirely unexpected, both winners managed to read at least one sci-fi book a month. Well done!
But wait, there is also my 2013 Translation Challenge to think about. It’s time to pick some names out of the rafflecopter…
I will be in touch with you all shortly to organise your prizes. Thanks so much for being part of my challenges. Don’t forget to stop by this weekend to see what I’m giving away as part of the Literary Blog Hop.
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