Winners Announced for Tartan Day Drawing from 4/2/16



Greetings everyone! First off, I’d like to thank everyone for coming out to see me at Tartan Day in Fremont, Ca last weekend. It was a fantastic showing of fans and new readers. I enjoyed meeting everyone and signing your books. I completely sold out of the first book in the series. Which is great to hear. I have to order new books for my upcoming events. So, thanks for all the support and love you showed me at Tartan Day.

Now, to the exciting news. Time to announce the winners in the Tartan Day Drawing. Those of you that stopped by and entered, thank you. For those of you that marked the box to join my mailing list, you have been added. All other non-winning entries have been shredded. A big hardy thank you for coming by and visiting the booth. I hope you got your Tartan Favor and are wearing it proudly. I went through about 50 favors being passed out at the festival. It made my day to see people smile.

And now for the winners in the drawing:

Winner of a $25 Amazon Gift Card is: Charles V.L.

Winners of a Crystal Pendant:

  1. Heather B.
  2. Barr L.
  3. Danika

**Congratulations to all of the winners of the drawing. They all have been notified by email, and will be receiving their prizes by mail.

If you missed me at Tartan day last weekend, I’ll be selling my crystal pendants and books 2 and 3 in the Crystal Keeper Chronicles at the Fantasy Fair in downtown San Jose this weekend, April 9 and 10. It will go on ran or shine. It’s a chance to bring out the cloaks. Come enjoy all sorts of fairies, pirates, steampunk, and renaissance fair experiences. I’ll be selling with a partner of mine that also sells stone jewelry and specializes in amber. Look for the sign that says “AMBER” on the top of the tent.

Hope to see you there!




About Tiffany Turner

I am a teacher by day, writer during the evening and weekends. I've written a children's fantasy series called the Crystal Keeper Chronicles. I've learned a lot as an Independent author. I want to share that now through blog posts, interviewing fellow authors, and reviewing other children's books. If you don't see it out there, build the blog yourself. I'm hoping to create a resource for people to find quality children's books that don't always fall along the lines of mainstream.

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