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.
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