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Win a £25 National Book Token

To celebrate my new look, I’d like to give away a Book Token to one of my lovely readers.

The prize is a £25 National Book Token. The giveaway is open internationally, you can use the token online at Blackwell’s or Foyles for international delivery. The prize can either be a physical card (UK addresses only) or delivered by email. You will be able to use the book token to order from many independent UK bookshops (over the phone or email). You can also use them on bookshop.org. Find out more information on using book tokens during lockdown or you can save it until you’re allowed to browse in person.

To enter I am going to ask that you follow the blog. I lost a bunch of Blogger followers moving my blog, and since I attached it to wordpress dot com, it now looks like I have zero followers. 😞 So I’m totally not above bribing you for a follow. Bonus entries for following elsewhere and sharing (please use the Rafflecopter below to record your entry).

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I’m planning on reinstating my monthly giveaways, so following will give you a heads up on them, as well as hearing about fantastic books!

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4 Comments

  1. John Smith

    I’m getting your email update, so I guess it must be checkable to see that I am a follower. Your comment point in the Rafflecopter widget says to link to “your own bookish blog,” but if that doesn’t apply and you comment, I assume it’s still OK to click on “I commented.” Thanks for your blog!

    1. Ellie

      Hi, feedburner subscriptions are still valid. I’m asking for blog links so I can visit people back and maybe follow, so would ask that that option is selected only if it’s relevant.

  2. Nichola

    I don’t have another blog but I’m just leaving a comment here for a bit of bookish love!!

  3. Katie

    I’m not that involved in the blogging world any more but your blog was always one of my favourites. Have subscribed via email now.

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