“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 35 - Macenstein

“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 35

On the Thirty-Fifth Day After Christmas, Macenstein gave to you (or, more accurately, gave you a chance to win…) an Epson WorkForce 600 All-in-One Printer from Epson!

Cute girl NOT included.

Copy and print at 38 pages per minute? – check!
Built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking?!? – check!
Double-sided printing, Scanning, faxing, OCR conversions, and laser quality prints? check, check, check, check, check… um… how many “checks” is that? Well, whatever. Epson’s WorkForce 600 All-in-One Printer does it all, and you want it!

Why waste money on a laser printer when you can get so much more for less, including the ability to wirelessly print and archive critical documents, or fax stacks of originals in seconds. Because time is money, the WorkForce 600 races through every task. In fact, it’s about two times faster printing documents than leading competitive models. And, it uses up to three times less energy than a laser printer. Fast, affordable and built to grow with your business, the WorkForce 600 does it all, so you can focus on the business at hand.

To enter: Since the Epson WorkForce 600 is all about the printed word, to enter leave us a comment telling us what is your favorite book of all time? Winners will be picked randomly 7 days later and notified (kind of like in The Ring, only with less killing… we hope). Open to US and Canadian winners only. Good luck, and thanks for reading Macenstein! (Oh, and be sure to enter ALL our “12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaways!)
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333 Responses to ““The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 35”
  1. Matt says:

    the Bible

  2. Manny says:

    Its Not How Good You Are, Its How Good You Want To Be, by paul arden

  3. Miles says:

    I’ve gotta say Ender’s Game

  4. Zhivago says:

    Harry Potter

  5. Leon says:

    The Firm

  6. Stephanie says:

    The Dark Tower series by Stephen King and Thr Sibley Guide To Birds by David Sibley.

  7. Adam says:

    God in the Alley by Greg Paul

  8. Matt Davis says:

    Angels & Demons

  9. John says:

    East of Eden

  10. Kitto says:

    Heart of Darkness (amazed that two have already named it…)

  11. Tony Bricko says:

    The Lord of the Rings

  12. galenthon says:

    The entire Chronicles of Narnia

  13. Daytona by Ed Hinton.

  14. Addis says:

    Vladimir Nobokov’s “Lolita”

  15. Darren Kwong says:


  16. Alex Donoho says:

    Another vote for The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks. I actually need a new copy, mine is wearing thin…

  17. Velociraptor says:

    The Count of Monte Cristo

  18. Dani says:

    It by Stephen King

  19. MLB says:

    Potter series.

  20. imajoebob says:

    First, the best answer is probably “the last one I read.”

    Second, anyone answering “The Bible” is full of it. There is certainly some wonderful prose, but generally it is chock full of poorly written passages, pompous declarations, and self-righteous diatribes. It reads like a compilation of Maya Angelou, Dr. Phil, and Deepak Chopra. Those who cite it as the best either feel a duty to proselytize or say it because someone told them that nothing can ever be better than “the word of God.” As literature it just doesn’t hold up.

    Finally, in recent years, I loved The Life of Pi (http://www.amazon.com/Life-Pi-Yann-Martel/dp/B0017HV05E/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1233557400&sr=1-3), and the charm and ingenuity of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time” (http://www.amazon.com/Curious-Incident-Dog-Night-time/dp/0099450259/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1233555881&sr=1-1) is irresistible.

  21. Hermann says:

    Arthur C Clarke: Odyssey Series

  22. Gina says:

    Angels and Demons

  23. Clutchfire says:

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson

  24. Mark says:


  25. My Favorite Book of All time would have to be Watchmen… or The Complete Hitchhikers Guide by Douglas Adams..

  26. Amy says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird

  27. Paul says:

    The Hunt for Red October.

  28. Franiel says:

    Into the Wild

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