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CONTEST ENDS MAY 4
This is no April Fool’s joke either. Two copies will be awarded, one ebook and one print book. The character interview reveals more about Jo and her motivations, as well. Here’s a look at one of her answers:
Tell us how you became a journalist and what you like about your job with Winds of Change?
When I was about five or so, my dad took me to the newspaper office where he worked in Des Moines, Iowa. It was a small paper and this was before the industry got so high tech. There was chaos and the smell of ink all around me. Or maybe I couldn’t really smell ink, but when I go back in my memory it always seems like I could. There was this high level of energy at all the desks, people talking on the phones and calling to each other across the room. Some little kids
might have been scared by it all, but it just made me happy. Or maybe hyper would be a better word. That was the first time I knew I wanted to do that when I grew up.