Friday, March 2, 2012

Winner of The Baker's Wife and a Weekend Question

Thanks to everyone who entered my giveaway for The Baker's Wife. It really is a wonderful book and I hope that those of you who didn't win will pick up a copy, either in print or for your e-reader. You can do that HERE.

I entered all of the names in an online random name picker and the machine selected a winner. Time to make Friday even better for someone. 
And that someone is...

JENNIFER!

Congrats, Jennifer! Your book's on its way!

And now I leave you with this comic and a question for the weekend:


Inquiring minds want to know: 
Do you dog-ear your pages or use bookmarks?

9 comments:

Carol N Wong said...

Always bookmarks except with ARCS.

Carol

Jessica R. Patch said...

Bookmarks! Love them and have gazillions! :)

Regan said...

Bookmarks!!:)

Lynda Lee Schab said...

I have tons of bookmarks, too! I love it, though. They are the perfect marketing tool for authors and I readers can never have too many. :-)

Chris Jager - Baker Book House-fiction buyer said...

I either try to remember the page number or if it is an arc then I just lay it down open. Not good for regular books, but an arc is made to be thrown away so what does it matter. :-)

Merce said...

Bookmarks, and yes, I think that people who dog-ear should be seriously stared at while tsk-ing them. I don't even let my magazines be dog-eared! I'm uptight about that, I know...

Joanne Sher said...

Used to be an AWFUL dog-earer - but now I use bookmarks. Helps that I have a zillion from the free books I've won ;)

Angie Vik said...

Bookmarks! I'm a former librarian so couldn't dog ear with a clean conscience.

Lynda Lee Schab said...

haha...yes, librarians dog-earing pages would just be wrong.