My pre-loved giveaways are open to UK and International readers (unless specified otherwise).
How it works? Simple really, everyone who is interested fills out the short form with their details, each option will tell you how many entries it is worth. This is a new system I am using and so far it seems to be working great however if you have any issues please contact me via my email link. Each month there is a competition of some kind, primarily it is books or book related items however sometimes there may be a voucher or something different.
You DON'T have to be a follower and you don't need a blog or website, just remember to give me a way to contact you. Please link back to the site and let me know what you thought of the book you won (you don't have to but it would be nice).
You can enter through the form provided and get an extra entry by leaving a comment on the giveaway post.
Sometimes I do competitions along side the pre-loved giveaways, sometimes instead of a pre-loved giveaway and there are times when an author is doing a book launch they may offer copies of their book. Please check here for any running competitions.
My books come from a smoke free home.
January's giveaway is now open http://www.alwaysreading.net/2018/01/january-blues.html
Q&A with author Karl Drinkwater and a chance to win X1 paperback copy of his book Lost Solace http://www.alwaysreading.net/2018/01/q-with-karl-drinkwater.html
Please feel free to contact me via twitter @smbslt or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/So-Many-Books-So-Little-Time/243642142333727?fref=ts
More Competitions available at
- The Bucktown Babies by Janine R Pestel Blog Tour
- Reflection by Diane Chamberlain
- When All The Girls Have Gone by Jayne Ann Krentz
- January blues
- The Sewing Machine by Natalie Fergie
- Rosie by Lesley Pearse
- Alex Cross, Run by James Patterson
- The Bucktown Babies by Janine R Pastel
- Life of Crime by Kimberley Chambers
- Secrets by Lesley Pearse
- A Home for Broken Hearts by Rowan Coleman
- Behind Her Back by Jane Lythell
- Home For Christmas by Annie Groves
- Q&A with Karl Drinkwater
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