Photos from the Birthday Game
Valerya, the finder, at Tommy Emmanuel’s Studio, Nashville, TN with Clara, my hider!
Suzanne finds the gift at Seattle University Bookstore. Thank you hider Peter Orullian
Shauli found the gift that Terie hid at a yarn shop in Manchester.
Sandy finds the book hidden at Tails and Whiskers, Aspley, Australia. Thank you Lou for being a hider!
Wesley Chu was my Chicago hider and increased the prize for the lucky finder, Rowan. Thanks to Angry Robot Books, too!
Hider John Howe not only added to the loot, he left a trail of clues. Thank you Arty Bees books and Weta Cave for playing along! And congratulations to Ashley who sent an emissary to claim the trove!
Kaktus was the lucky finder of a book hidden in Lausanne, Switzerland by artist Stephanie Novarrez. at place de la Riponne.
Lasse and Kim discovered the book hidden on Word on the Water, a book barge in London! Thank you James Bacon for being my hider!
A grand place for a book hunt! Lausanne, Switzerland, hider Crooty (check out her work on DeviantArt)
This in not Louise. I don’t think. But he obviously believes that the prize hidden by Laura Lam in Aberdeen is rightfully his! Laura added a copy of Pantomime, her wonderful book to the prize package.
Diane discovered a book hidden at Elevated Ice Cream in Port Townsend. Hidden by my longtime friend and fellow fantasy novelist Elizabeth Ann Scarborough.
My niece Monica was the hider for this one at McCafferty’s Coffee in Fairbanks Alaska. Cassie was the clever finder!
My sister Kay is on the left. She was the hider and Ange was the finder who tracked down the book in a tree and joined Kay for a cup of tea afterwards. Ohau, New Zealand.
These are just some of the snapshots of lucky finders in the Birthday Game!
Thanks again to all who played. Thanks to all my hiders, and to the people who kept the secret so well! I went with the old adage, If you want something done, ask a busy person! And many busy people paused to help me have a wonderful birthday!
Now. What shall we do next year? Happy March to all! In like a lion and out like a lamb!