Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Giveaway - Autographed Copy of "Only Milo"

Thanks to Barry and Nicole at Inkwater Press, I have an autographed copy of "Only Milo" to give away. This would make a great Christmas gift!

Here's how to win:

1. U.S. residents only.

2. Leave me a comment. Milo has issues with people he's working with. Tell me about the worst person you ever had to work with. (one entry)

3. Twitter about the giveaway. (one entry)

4. Be a follower. (one entry)

5. Blog about the giveaway. (one entry)

6. I will announce the winner on Friday, November 6th.


  1. I'm extremely curious! I live in the US. Here's my comment. The worst person I have ever worked with has the initials DA and he was constantly telling me what I was doing wrong. He was the most egotistical arrogant annoying blankety blank I had ever met. I quit that job because of him. There was no away around dealing with him. I already follow you. :)
    A tweet will soon be tweeted. (do I already follow you in Twitland?)

  2. I don't really know the worst person I've worked with. When it comes to working with someone for a school project, i hate when they forget to bring things or don't do their part.

    +1 i follow the blog

    lauren51990 AT aol DOT com

  3. The worst person I ever worked with blamed her mistakes on others, stole from the company, gave her family freebies, called in whenever she wanted, was antisocial and stuck up, and never lost her job no matter what the employers caught her doing. She just played dumb and got away with it. She probably still works there part time, I don't, I finally wised up after 8 years of #@*!

  4. I've either been blessed to work with fun people forever or else my memory is failing me because I can't think of any bad people I've worked with.

    +1 follower

    dlodden at frontiernet dot net

  5. I of course live in the US, and I'm a follower :-)

    The worst person I ever had to work with was a guy (we'll call him Tim) that I had to work with at Waldenbooks. He was awkward and whiny. Then we noticed how much trouble he seemed to have counting money at night at closing, among other problems. And wanna know why? He was knockin' back a few (or more) on his lunch hours. We couldn't prove it (though we spied on him), but we had him transfered. Grrrr!

  6. I thought I had already entered this giveaway - thank goodness I checked!

    The worst person I ever worked with I met when I was working in a law office during summers in college. It was a 6-attorney firm and I did anything and everything the lawyers needed. There was a first-year law student working there too. He talked about himself and how smart he was incessantly. He told me I was an idiot because I wanted to work in the public service sector of law when I became an attorney. he said the only reason to be a lawyer was to make money. He also had the worst work ethic. He was last to arrive in the morning and first to leave; he forgot several folders he was responsible for in court the one and only time the attorneys let him go to court; he wasn't able to make copies; he harassed all the females in the office attorneys, receptionists etc. calling them babe etc,; he took long lunches and if he ate in the office he would put his feet up on the desk or table in front of him and he chewed with his mouth open. ugh! Turns outhe got the job because his dad was friends with the to partner and he almsot flunked out of law school that first year!


  7. I blogged about your giveaway here:


  8. I'm a follower!