Apparently Sarah likes to win contests and then not claim the prizes.*
I've heard about people like her.
They derive pleasure from stealing the spoils from everyone else, and then deliberately rubbing it in our faces that it's really not that big of a deal for them to claim their prize. It's kind of like the people who win the lottery and then wait until the last day to casually step up and say, "Oh my, I guess I did just win $140 million dollars. Imagine that y'all."
Of course I suppose you could say I'm a little responsible by nature of the fact that I didn't technically post the winner on the day of the drawing, but instead chose to put up this smart-assed image and reveal the winner inside the comments rather than on the main post itself.
Come to think of it, maybe the fact that this post only received a total of 11 comments should have been a clue this wasn't the smartest way to reveal the winner in the first place.
But still, Sarah should have known better. After all, who doesn't post cryptic contest results expecting the readers to find the answer in the comments. You see it all the time! Ok, maybe not all the time. OK... NEVER! But still, you should expect that from me.
Anyway Sarah, this is your last chance. If you don't see this then it probably means you can't read anyway, and a book is not a good prize for you.
Oh, and Sarah? Since you're a relatively new reader and probably not all that familiar with my arid sense of humor - I feel I should clarify one little thing...
Just thought I'd throw that in that just in case.
*note: Sarah won my Driving Sideways book giveaway a few weeks ago but has yet to claim her prize, and her link does not lead back to a blog so I have no way of contacting her. Therefore, I'm hoping she'll see this post and redeem her prize. If not, I will have no choice but to draw another winner next week. Good luck Sarah... I hope you don't miss out!