All the publishers have now been notified for all past winners that sent me an email. Please give 30 days for the books to arrive (unless you live someplace that you know takes longer). If you still haven't received your book after 30 days (let's say August 20th), please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
And I want to point out that none of this was the fault of the publishers so please don't be mad at them!
I might want to note at this point that Jeff never sent me an email so no publisher was notified of any book due him. So in Jeff's case, he should send me an email NOW with his snail mail address and daytime phone number if he wants his book.
I should also add that there are a lot of people who never sent me their information. So I will re-iterate my request from an earlier thread... if you won a book AND did NOT send me an email (email@example.com) then you must do so now if you want your book. You must include your name, snail mail address, daytime phone number, and name of the book you won.
I would suggest that you send a copy of the message that you sent to firstname.lastname@example.org to the new address email@example.com since the person responding to the bookpromotion address is no longer available and will probably never respond to that previous message.
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Since you apparently don't want the book I will find another winner.
Is this possible? In that case, I won a JSF book in mid-december'04 promotion and haven't received yet & fortunately I have got that book in my company's library hence now it won't be of much use to me so probably you can give it to someone else ??
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