Before I tell you what it is I've won, here's a reminder to pop in at Beth Wylde's Yahoo group on Wednesday to visit with Clare London, Chrissy Munder, Patric Michael, Felicitas Ivey, Jaime Samms, and me. (I'll be the one hugging the wall near the punch bowl.)
Now, what did I win? A print copy of a book. PRINT. Words on paper. Bound. No more sitting at my desktop to read, at least temporarily. My eyes and back and butt, they are so very happy! They tell me to enter more contests for print books! (For some reason, it's been difficult for me to get m/m fiction through the interlibrary loan system. I don't know if that's because my local-yokel library is falling down on the job or because not many libraries in the U.S. carry m/m fiction.)
Which book did I win? Click on the post title to find out. I've been eager to read this story, which breaks many genre norms in many good ways. Abundant thanks, especially from my eyes, back, and butt, to Mark Probst at Cheyenne Publishing!