Special Announcement …
Congratulations to Ruth
Winner of a $100 AMEX Gift Card

AWAI is happy to announce the newest winner of AWAI’s Commit to Achieve Your Goal in 2011 giveaway!

Ruth will be going on a shopping spree on us as the winner of a $100 American Express gift card!

AMEX gift cards can be used virtually everywhere American Express cards are welcomed in the U.S. Use it to buy a gift for a loved one, or be your own Santa this holiday Season.

This giveaway encourages you to make the commitment to your success, and at the same time gives you the opportunity to win some really fun prizes!

Ruth’s goal for 2011: “To finish the research for the book of short stories I'm working on and finish the book. Second goal is to start the next book right after the first is finished.”

Enter to win one of our fun prizes here, and make your own dreams reality!

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Published: December 13, 2010

1 Response to “Congratulations to the Winner of a $100 AMEX Gift Card”

  1. Woo-Hoo! Congratulations, Ruth! As a published author myself I know it will take dedication to complete your goal. I wish you the best in 2011 :)

    WritinghoodDecember 16, 2010 at 12:08 am


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