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It’s time to announce the Grand Prize Winners for this year’s Read ‘Em All Whitney Finalist Reading Challenge. It’s been fun—and I’m happy to say that, YES!, I read them all!

There are two Grand Prize Winners—one for reading all the finalists in the Youth Category (15 books) and one for reading all the finalists in the Adult Category (25 books).

 

The winner of the $50 Amazon Gift Card for reading all 15 finalists in the Youth Category is…

Jordan McCollum!

 

Jordan, I’ll be sending your Amazon Gift Card via email later today to the email address you used in your Rafflecopter entry.

And the winner of the $75 Amazon Gift Card for reading all 25 finalists in the Adult Category is…

You’ll have to go visit Shanda at LDS Women’s Book Review to find out!

Thanks everyone for playing. We’ll do it again next year!

 

And with that, I’m outta’ here for the weekend. I’m off to Storymakers! See you there.

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