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LindaGale
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Dear Book Editor:

Sunday February 4, 2007.

Dear Book Editor:

Thanks for the great job you did with placing the contents chosen from my best seller Discover What You're Best At. In 1998 when another edition of this book was published by Simon and Schuster I asked them for the figures regarding books sold from publishing date 1982 to 1998 and was told over 800,000 copies which was used at that time for promotional purposes. This past week I learned from Simon & Schuster that 161 thousand copies have sold from 1998 to present. Perhaps you may want to consider incorporating the latest figure of 961 thousand copies sold within the content already seen by readers of The Discover What You're Best At Club.

"This book will lead you on a journey of self-discovery using the techniques made famous by Barry Gale, a leader in the field of vocational and career training. Gale spent years testing individuals from Maine to Hawaii, analyzing the data from his research, and using his findings to develop his original career-aptitude evaluation system, the National Career Aptitude System (NCAS). Linda Gale's book, Discover What You're Best At, an instant bestseller, has sold 961,000 copies and has helped people determine their ideal career paths by taking the NCAS tests and analyzing their results. Discover What You're Best At goes beyond traditional career publications; it helps people turn worthy experiences into salable skills and pursue careers by careful choice."

Best,

Linda Gale
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Re: Dear Book Editor:

Gale, My that's impressive! We are in the hands of a true expert! Emily
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LindaGale
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Dear Readers:

Once again, I'm online and look forward to connecting with you. As soon as you're ready to begin asking questions or sharing your career thoughts in the precious present, I'll be there for you. Hope to Hear From You Soon, Linda Gale
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