Gwenyth picked the contestant with the most expensive postage,
but that's okay.
Fablehaven is headed to New Zealand.
Niki, you won. :)
I wonder if the book has a different cover in New Zealand. I don't think so; this is the image that came up on Amazon's UK site. By the way, if you didn't click on Brandon Mull's name on my last post, you should click HERE to visit his website. It's awesome!
So, Niki, I need your mailing address. It's been just over 13 years since I mailed anything to New Zealand. One of my very good friends served a Mandarin Chinese speaking LDS mission there. My e-mail address is myrnabobfoster at yahoo
Incidentally, the friend who went to New Zealand was the person who first started calling me Myrnabob. He was one of those people who would give out nicknames, and the nicknames would stick. I think my nickname would have died out, but my friends from high school addressed letters to Myrnabob when I went to college. That was back in the dark ages--before e-mail had become popular--and we still sent letters by snail mail. My roomies started using the nickname, and now, even my in-laws use it.
I like nicknames. There are all kinds of great stories where the characters' real names aren't important. Their nicknames shape our perception of them.
Do any of you have a favorite nickname story or character?