Book Giveaway!



Yesterday my blog got its 100th follower. I have no goals for my blog but I thought it would be good to do a giveaway to celebrate and thank you all for supporting me.

I’m giving one lucky person the opportunity to get book(s) of their choice up to the value of £15 from the Book Depository.

How to Enter

Click here to enter via Rafflecopter. There are two opportunities for entry. The first is mandatory but easy. Just leave a comment on this blog post letting me know what book(s) you would choose if you won. Don’t worry – if you win you can change your mind! No pressure!

The second is to follow me on Twitter (optional extra entry).

You still need to complete the Rafflecopter to be eligible! It will help me keep track of entries.

Entries will close at midnight (BST) on Friday 17th August 2018 and a winner will be chosen at random.


I know rules are rubbish but sometimes they are necessary!

1. Open internationally as long as the Book Depository ships to you
2. No entries from family/friends/colleagues I work with IRL (sorry guys!)
3. No cash alternative available
4. I am not responsible for missing deliveries.

Something else whilst you’re here…

Nothing to do with the giveaway, but if you’ve made it this far I hope you’ll look at this Kickstarter campaign (it’s an advent calendar book – how cool is that?!). I try to support independent bookshops and publishers where possible. If you can’t back them, please consider tweeting about their campaign. Thank you.

(Not sponsored, I’m just passionate about this campaign!)

19 thoughts on “Book Giveaway!

  1. Congratulations on reaching this milestone. You should definitely celebrate all the milestones no matter how big or how small. Thank you for the chance I don’t know what I would choose because there are so many books I want. Maybe something by Adam Silvera or Jay Kristoff.

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  2. Congratulations reaching 100 followers. You’re well under way to the next milestone too! I think I’d choose The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle as well. I read it in ecopy and it’s fantastic. One I definitely want to read again. Although I would like a copy of Thirteen by Steve Cavanagh too. I hear great things about that one too. Which novel would you pick for yourself? Thanks for making your amazing giveaway international too, it’s greatly appreciated!! xxx

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