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Congratulations to Sarah, Winner of Excuse Me, Your Job is Waiting

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Over a week ago, I held a simple contest in order to give away one copy of Excuse Me, Your Job is Waiting, by Laura George [my review]. To enter the contest, all I required other than a valid email address was a description of your “dream job.” Here are some of the responses.

excuse-me-your-job-is-waiting.jpgCongratulations to Sarah, the winner of the contest thanks to a random selection. Here’s her dream job:

I want to tell people’s stories. I want to use my words and my love for people to bring those of different cultures and backgrounds together.

I have two more copies to give away, but I haven’t decided how to do so. I have the opportunity to pass questions from readers to the author, and I can tie the giveaway into the question selection process. Look for more information about this interview next week.

Updated September 28, 2007 and originally published May 11, 2007. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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Congraculations Sarah:)

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