Let’s beat those winter blues with some fun goodies direct from London!
What’s up for grabs?
While I was in London last October, I picked up these cute pins and double-decker bus keychains for London Belongs to Me readers. These souvenirs came from the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden—yep, the same one visited by Alex, Lucy, and Freddie within the pages of London Belongs to Me.
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It’s easy. Just sign up to my newsletter by entering your email in the box on the upper right side of my home page. Via your email, we’ll be asking a LBTM-related question and five people who respond with the correct answer will win! Each prize will include a set of six pins, and a keychain.
The boring ‘rule’ bit …
This giveaway is open internationally. Please submit your email via the newsletter sign-up no later than midnight Saturday, January 14/17 … which just so happens to be the THIRD-MONTH ANNIVERSARY of the release of London Belongs to Me!
UPDATE on January 13: We just realized that you’re not receiving email confirmations when you sign up (Thanks, Marie for the heads up!). We are working on it! In the meantime, rest assured that your emails are being collected, and you don’t have to sign up twice. GOOD LUCK!
P.S. This giveaway is just the first … stay tuned for more!
We have winners! Congrats to:
Amanda from the US
Sarah from Saudi Arabia
Ashleigh from the US
Anne from Estonia
Melinda from Canada
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Loved the book-just finished it. Fan of everything I am. Met my Doctor David Tennant at Tampa Megacon in October. Dream of meeting Benedict one day. UK on my bucket list to see film locales for Doctor Who, Sherlock, Harry Potter and Downton Abbey. Can’t wait for next book!
Hi Michele! Thank you so much for stopping by and your kind words! Isn’t David lovely? I had the chance to meet him in Philadephia at a con two years ago. He was so funny and interested in his fans. I’m happy that you had such a wonderful experience meeting him. I must admit, I have met Benedict, thanks to the Sherlocked con—the official Sherlock con—in London.
A visit to the UK is definitely a good idea! If you love UK pop culture, it really is a must-visit. I hope you get to see all the things you love. Take care, and thank you!