Monday, September 30, 2013

GODDESS TITHE Proof Copy Winners!

And the winners of the two offered proof copies of GODDESS TITHE are . . .

Mary G. Loki
Beth (Myra Beth)

Congratulations, ladies! I will be emailing both of you this morning to get your info, then I'll be packaging up your winnings.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this reveal and giveaway. That was a lot of fun and very exciting! I hope you are all eager to get your hands on copies of Goddess Tithe when it releases in November. Not too long now!

In the meanwhile, be sure to share the blog button and link to where folks can read the first chapter.

Happy reading, everyone!


Clara said...

Yay! Congratulations to Mary G. Loki and Beth! I know ya'll must be thrilled to be getting Goddess Tithe:)

I can't wait to read it myself! It's going to be utterly amazing.

Meredith said...

Congratulations, Ms. Mary and Ms. Beth. I know you are both in for a treat. God bless.

Hannah said...

Congratulations! I know you're going to absolutely love it! :D

Beth said...

I am so thrilled! Thanks again for the giveaway, Anne Elisabeth!


Kathleen said...

Hay guys congratulations! Um I got a question? Hannah and or anyone that uses computer to make art, what program do you do it on and how did you learn. My dad recently got me adobe creative suite subscription and was wondering if there was any knowledge that you could impart on me :)

Hannah said...

Kathleen: Cool! Computer art is a lot of fun, but of course it takes practice like everything else. I personally use Corel Paintshop Pro X4.

I didn't know how to use it very well. It took a lot of trial and error. There are some very cool tools you can use, such as creating layers. If you have a background, then create another layer to add paint or effects to, you can erase any mistakes you made with the eraser without erasing the background. Like I said, I just fiddled around, looking under photo effects and tools.

I also have a wacom Bamboo tablet with pen. It took some getting used to, and the mouse still works better for me at places, but it can help. There are some websites that share helpful tutorials on how to do certain things. I'll try to find some links to share later. Experiment around!

Sarah Pennington said...

Congrats, Mary G., Loki, and Beth!