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And The Winner Is…

Image of jigsaw puzzle with a bookshelf design
250 piece Wentworth Wooden Puzzle – free for one lucky YoungByName reader!

Following my recent post, Puzzled? You Will Be!, in which Wentworth Wooden Puzzles kindly offered this beautiful traditional wooden jigsaw puzzle of a bookshelf as a prize, I’m please do announce that we drew the winner this morning and it is……

SHANA LINDSAY! 

Congratulations, Shana! Wentworth will be sending you your prize soon. (I’ll send you a private message to get your address details.)

We chose the winner by putting the names of all the commenters on cards, shuffled and cut them, and Shana’s was the name that was revealed.

I only wish I could give a prize to all of you! So sorry to disappoint you. Don’t forget you can also order puzzles directly from Wentworth Wooden Puzzles and they will ship to any part of the world. There are lots of designs to choose from, and you can even submit your own photograph or graphic to have made into a puzzle – a great idea for a special occasion such as a birthday present or wedding gift.

Thank you to everyone who entered the draw – and keep puzzling!

If you missed my two previous posts on the subject of jigsaw puzzles and creativity, you can still read them here:

Author:

Author of warm, witty and gently funny fiction and non-fiction, including the popular Sophie Sayers Village Mystery series, beginning with "Best Murder in Show", inspired by her life in an English Cotswold community, short stories and essays about country life. As Commissioning Editor for the Alliance of Independent Authors' Advice Centre, she writes guidebooks authors. She speaks at many literature festivals and writing events, and is part of BBC Radio Gloucestershire's monthly Book Club broadcast. She is founder and director of the free Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival which takes place in April, a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association, and an ambassador for children's reading charity Read for Good and the Type 1 diabetes charity JDRF.

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