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The winners of the ferrety bling and book giveaway are Carey H from Canada and Eleni K from Australia.

Both were drawn completely at random using Rafflecopter's random randomizer.

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EbbieRose_❤️❤️ You have the same name as me!!!


message 10: by Karen

Karen Tyrrell hi Ebony,

Please check out my #5 Giveaways
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Christine Hatfield thanks for being my friend


Kimberly Hi Ebony!
Thanks so much! I'm so looking forward to reading your books!
:)
Kimberly Cooper


message 7: by Ebony

Ebony McKenna Thank you very much,
I'm so excited the book is coming out in Feb - I thought it was March, so it won't be such a long wait. Hooray, a month earlier!

The tagline for book two is: "One Boy, One Girl, One Plot to be Foiled"

Leanne wrote: "Hey, just noticed the title and the blurb of the new ondine book, sounds intriguing and i can't wait to read it. Bring on the ferrety fun! Hope you well

Leanne xxx"



message 6: by Ebony

Ebony McKenna Thank you so much Tara-jayne,
I'm working hard on Ondine book two right now - lots of revisions to make it even better.
Ferrets are comedy gold. I'm pinching myself at how lucky I was to think of that!


Tara-Jayne (♥ I Read, I Love ♥)  Bell hey, i enjoyed the odine so much, loved the ferret, made me laugh!!!
im glad there is a second book, i cant wait to read it!!


message 4: by A.M Bells (last edited May 23, 2010 05:24AM)

A.M Bells Yaaay! More more! ^_^
And I am glad you're glad you made me cry.

I know what you mean about crying. I sometimes weep like a baby while I write and torment my brain-babies.

Ohh, I can't wait to see what brings Ondine 2. I miss Hamish's Scottish accent already. But till then I'll be spreading the Ondine love here in Romania. And reading the book again.

Fruitful writing ^_^
Mary


message 3: by Ebony

Ebony McKenna Oh wow Mary,
lovely emails like yours are an author's dream come true.
I am delighted you enjoyed Ondine so much. I'm kind of glad I made you cry - because I cried in some parts as I wrote it. :-) Happy tears.

I am working with my editor now to make Ondine 2 even better, with more laughs and yet more tears.

Thank you very much,
Love Ebony


A.M Bells wrote: "Hello Ebony

I have to say I am soooo glad I ordered your book just by the word "ferret" I saw. :)) You would think my eye would be caught by handsome or Scottish. Those came afterwords :))
I simp..."



message 2: by A.M Bells (last edited May 23, 2010 03:31AM)

A.M Bells Hello Ebony

I have to say I am soooo glad I ordered your book just by the word "ferret" I saw. :)) You would think my eye would be caught by handsome or Scottish. Those came afterwords :))
I simply loved your book. I laughed and I even cried a little with Ondine throughout the story. My heart is just pure fluff now after I finished it.
It was fantastic. Thank you for this great book and I can't wait a new adventure.
I will keep my eyes on you on the blog. ^_^

Mary


message 1: by Ebony

Ebony McKenna Hi Leanne,
oh wow, that is such a fabulous comment. Thank you so much!
I am flat out revising the next Ondine book right now, so I won't give it away . . . but it's taking off where the first book ends.

I am very new to goodreads so I haven't put much up on here. But from what I've seen, it's a wonderful community of book lovers. I am going to feel right at home here.



Leanne wrote: "Just finished reading Ondine, and i have to say i loved it. It was funny, romantic and i found Hamish, the scottish talking ferret, very original lol I really hope you write more novels, cos if t..."


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