I don't know about you, but I hate when I return to work after a few days off and find something on my desk.
When it's mail, I think, "Now what did they send now!" Because most of the time the branches
will send a book or books that they want to discard. They don't want it in their collection anymore, but feel that it is needed here.
I also receive stacks of books that the clerk has been stock piling on her desk. She waits for my off days to deposit the books on my desk. I guess she is afraid that I will complain. I would prefer that she give me the books as they are given to her, but I think it is a little too late to change habits. I get the books that fall in my selection area that have been damaged in some way.
Today's mail waiting for me: A galley copy of America Needs A Woman President by Brett Bevell. I am used to seeing a bound galley copy. This copy is loose pages held together by a paperclip. They have also advised that the book is available for pre-order on www.amazon.com.
Brett Bevell sent the copy himself, why am I not surprised!!!!!
I hate that too...esp when the deadline has already passed by the time I get back to work
Held together by paper clips? *dead* I know he could've sprung for a folder at Kinkos or something
That is exactly what I thought when I saw that stack of papers.
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