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 Court interpreting featured on The World ATA on NPR New podcast: Marketing tips for translators Written by corinnemckay 9 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 Richter Dr. 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! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.