Black Scribe Holiday Giveaway *updated*








*Update, we picked a winner* Black Scribe was recently chosen as one of the winners for TOMS Books for Bloggers Giveaway! As a winner, we were given two copies of Blake Mycoskie’s new book, one to read and one to giveaway. And as an added bonus, we’re throwing in a $30 Amazon gift card just for kicks.

The prize will be Blake Mycoskie’s (Founder and Chief Shoe Giver of TOMS) new book, Start Something That Matters and a $30 Amazon Gift Card just in time for the holidays!

There are several ways you can enter the contest:

  • Comment on this post
  • Retweet one of our (many) contest announcements on Twitter, OR
  • Comment or “like” our contest announcements on Facebook

The contest will start 12:01 am Monday, November 28 and end 11:59 pm Thursday, December 1 (all times eastern). The winner will have 24 hours to respond, after that we will pick another winner; an alternate, if you will.

Only one entry per person will be counted. The winner will be chosen at random and will be announced on Friday December 2 via Black Scribe, Twitter, and Facebook.

Start Something that Matters
There’s probably not another book that will inspire you more than this one. It’s one of those books that causes you to look at your own situation, and want to do more with the talents you’ve been given. It not only helps you discover what you’re truly passionate about, but tells you how to implement that, improving your life and the life of those around you.

A very brief synopsis:
In 2006, while running his fourth start-up, Blake traveled to Argentina on vacation to “get lost in the culture”. The national shoe that everyone wore were called the alpargata, which initially provided the inspiration for Toms shoes. That, coupled with the fact the many of the children still didn’t have shoes, gave him the needed validation to start the project.



  1. joshstephens

    Congratulations on the win, guys! Keep on writing and doing what you do!

  2. AJ

    Awesome. I like Amazon, sign me up please!

  3. Pingback: monthly review (november) « James, Jack of all trades

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