First sneak peek at the galley version of the Escape from Cubicle Nation book

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Good day everyone!

I had to share my enthusiasm upon receiving the first bound galley version of the Escape from Cubicle Nation book.  It has been a long time in coming, and all you blog readers have been CRITICAL in its development.

View the footage here (Direct YouTube link here):

We still have a ways to go until it hits the shelves — projected for April 30, 2009 — but I couldn’t hold back in sharing this important milestone.

Thanks again for all your support! I am a lucky person to have such an amazing community.

I will of course share a lot more information about the book roll out here — stay tuned for more.

Enjoy your weekend!

25 Responses to “First sneak peek at the galley version of the Escape from Cubicle Nation book”

  1. Allan Bacon says:

    Pam – congratulations! Can’t wait until the launch!

  2. Paula G says:

    Yahoo! Congrats! I see all the excitement sent the cat scurrying from the room 😉

    Can’t wait for the book!

  3. Sonya says:

    Hey Pam,

    Congrats on the book – You the Girl!!!!!!

    The end of April is just around the corner – you won’t believe how fast the next few months will go!!

  4. Eugene Chan says:

    It’s touchable!

  5. elizabeth says:

    That is so exciting. Congrats. It must be all surreal – you did it!
    I just finished my sample chapter today for my book and this was a great blog for me to see.
    I will be at the bookstore looking for a copy when it comes out!

  6. Nice going, Pam. Keep us posted…

  7. Yay! Congrats Pam! I can’t wait till I can get my hands on a copy of the real thing! 🙂

  8. Wow, at the galley stage already! How exciting! Congrats, sis.

  9. Kare says:

    Kudos on getting the galleys – so wonderful to touch your own work in this way, eh? Other than buying it and posting a review on amazon + elsewhere, what can we do to support you when it is out or before?

  10. Yay!!! Great Pam!!
    How does that feel after all the hard work holding the physical book in your hands? I can only imagine how good and exciting it must be for you.
    And I cant wait to go and buy my own copy!!

  11. Meesha says:

    Congratulations, Pam! I’m so excited for you! I can’t wait to read it.

  12. Lynne says:

    You must be so proud! How exciting for you to see all of your hard work materialize in print! I will be anxious to see it on the shelves (my bookshelves, that is!)… Can hardly wait to read it!

  13. That is *so* exciting. Congratulations, Pam! Can’t wait to read it when it comes out.

  14. Peter says:

    Woo-hoo! Must be a great feeling to hold the thing in your hands.


  16. Mike Moore says:

    Congrats – I bet that makes all the work, sweat and frustration seem worth it.

  17. Stefani says:

    Wow – very cool! An actual book to hold in your hands. Can’t wait for the real thing!


  18. Chris Zydel says:

    Congratulations Pam!

    What an amazing and wonderful accomplishment. It’s fun to see your glow and excitement shine through in your video as you show off your new “baby”.

  19. Rose De Lise says:

    yay! This is cool! I would be peeing my pants right now if I were you. 🙂

  20. Congrats Pam! There’s nothing like flipping through your own book for the first time.

  21. Pam,

    I’m so excited for you. All this hard work will pay off for you and those of us who will read and learn from your book.

    Thanks for going the extra-mile on this book.

  22. Way to go, Pam! Along with a lot of other people, I’ll look forward to April 30th. 🙂

  23. You go, girl!! Thanks for the sneak peek and letting us in on your fabulous accomplishment!