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I am teaming up with Edison Pens for a "PEN AND BOOK GIVEAWAY"


Send me an email with your mailing address to zephyrtakesflight@gmail.com and you could win a signed copy of "Zephyr Takes Flight" and an Edison Beaumont FOUNTAIN PEN!!!


Please specify what nib size: F,M or B. Check out this beautiful pen from Edison Pens



The pen pictured above is the actual pen you will win!





Thanks to Brian Grey of Edison Pens--this checkered acrylic is GORGEOUS!!




As most of you know this book was illustrated using fountain pens. I have always had so much support from the fountain pen community I really wanted to give back. Good Luck--Steve Light and Brian Gray


I will randomly pick a winner on Oct. 20th!!

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Such a very nice opportunity! :thumbup: I'm in and email send . Now a dance for good fortune :bunny01:

Happy Writing!, Mainecoon

Dreams are presentiments of what you are able to accomplish (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

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Wow, what a kind offer! I sent my e-mail in and Ise a hoping that Ise gonna win this thing!

Thank You Both again for teaming up for this Fine offer!



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Three emails sent!!!! One to say "yes please", the second with my address and the third with nib size should I be so lucky!!

Each day is the start of the rest of your life!

Make it count!!!

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Three emails sent!!!!


WHAT?1? LOL --glad you are having fun with it!!


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Thanks for the offer,

email sent.

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"It's simple to be happy but difficult to be simple"

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email sent...are fellow Big Apple Pen Club members eligible?




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Very cool! Email is sent, and I do I hope I win.

I'm a firm believer in entering contests, because someone will win -- and it could always be me! :thumbup:

And I've been drooling over some of the Edison pens for awhile now (and have heard good things about them) -- they're just not in my budget at the moment....

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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Thank you so much Steve and Brian for teaming up to make such a generous offer. Email sent.

"Minds are like parachutes. They only function when open." James Dewar


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E-mail sent! Will be crossing me fingers and toes :)


Thank you for doing this! And congratulations on your book!

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email sent...are fellow Big Apple Pen Club members eligible?


Yes, Since the drawing will be totally random.


I plan on seeing how many emails I have on Oct. 20th at noon NYC time--then put that many slips of paper in a hat and picking a number--if the number picked is the number of your email--you win--simple!


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