For North American eclexys Readers

Sorry to limit this offer to North America, but the mag publishers asked. Not the biggest outfit in the world… yet.

So, some readers will remember that I’m writing a blogging-women column for the new Canadian Womens’ magazine Cahoots. I’ve also made a couple of other contributions, for which I’m now apparently getting paid — whee! — but anyway, in lieu of payment for past contribs, I’ve got subscriptions to offer to readers in North America.

It’s a womens’ magazine, and has nothing to do with SF, by the way. It’s kind of, well, empowered, Canadian, not-ranting but definitely-not-Cosmo. But I’m not saying men can’t nab the subscription for their partners or female friends or whoever. Just reminding you, it is a womens’ magazine.

Now, if you wanna score this one-year subscription to the quarterly magazine, you must complete the following sentence with 25 words or less (not counting the following bit supplied by me):

Gord is wonderful not only because of the free magazine subscription he’s giving me, but because…

Flattery will not get you everything, but it can get you a one-year subscription to a magazine. Compliment me in the comments section. The best three (my choice) will get subs.

Go on, post!

4 thoughts on “For North American eclexys Readers

  1. Gord is wonderful not only because of the free magazine subscription he’s giving me, but because he’s going to win a frickin’ buttload of Hugos and Nebulas before much longer and the column will be worth a LOT then.

  2. Gord is wonderful not only because of the free magazine subscription he’s giving me, but because he’s curious and passionate and even (especially?) when you don’t agree, it’s a lot of fun to have a discussion with him.

  3. But seriously Gord, if it ever comes down to me and Adam, give the subscription to Adam. I read Melissa’s column and it rocks. She deserves a subscription big time.

  4. Gord is wonderful not only because of the free magazine subscription he’s giving me, but because his thoughts and ideas have sharpened my own. He also writes great stories. I can’t even say which of those two are more important.

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