Home / Announcements / Seven books, up for grabs Seven books, up for grabs By Corinne McKay December 7, 2012 Announcements 9 Comments Tweet Pin It The books have all been claimed; thanks to everyone who responded. The response (over 50 people) was much greater than I had anticipated, so I’m sorry that I don’t have more than 7 books to give away!Related Posts Thoughts on Translation: the blog becomes a book! ProZ community choice awards Free Q&A conference call Written by corinnemckay9 Responses to “Seven books, up for grabs” allisonwright48 December 8, 2012 Interesting to note that you made your Swiss Walnut bread before clearing out your office. I have a “cleared office”, but nothing baked yet. Perhaps I ought to change my perspective occasionally? Reply Corinne McKay December 9, 2012 Thanks Allison! I agree that baking before cleaning the closets puts me in a better mood, so you might try it! Reply BR December 8, 2012 What a nice gesture! As a lecturer in Hungary, book budgets are often limited.ánzi If I am one of the lucky seven, please send the book to:Dr. Borbála Richter Kodolányi János University of Applied Sciences Angol Tanszék (Dept of English Language and Literature) Fürdő utca 1 Székesfehérvár H-8000 Hungary If you sign the book (which would add value), then please use my usual first name, i.e. Borka.Regards Borka RichterDr. Borka Rich ter / Dr. Richter Borka Kodolányi János University of Applied Sciences Dept of English Language and Literature NB: virtual office hours: Tuesday, p.m. Reply Corinne McKay December 9, 2012 Thanks Borka, books have all been claimed but I appreciate your interest! Reply Corinne McKay December 9, 2012 Thanks Izabela! The books have all been claimed but I appreciate your interest. Reply Corinne McKay December 9, 2012 Thanks Lynn, the books have all been claimed but I appreciate your interest! Reply Corinne McKay December 9, 2012 Thanks Christien, the books have all been claimed but I appreciate your interest! Reply Slovak Translator December 15, 2012 Dear Corinne, how can I write a post on your website. I would like to write about SLOVAK vs SLOVENIAN language, as they are frequently confused. please write me an e-mail containing a link where I can write a posot. http://slovak-translator.com/contact.html Reply Corinne McKay December 17, 2012 Hello and thanks for your comment. I don’t generally run guest posts other than from translators who I know and work closely with, but thanks for the offer! ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.