Win a set of 2015 World Book Night Titles

10 April 2015

Tweet us for the chance to win copies of our 20 World Book Night titles!

This year we’re asking authors to tell us about their reading journey; about the book that first turned them on to reading, the books that they have been inspired by along the way and how reading has shaped them. We’re also asking people to tell us which book would set a reluctant reader on their reading journey.

Tweet us at @worldbooknight with the hashtag #readingjourney, and tell us about your own reading journey and win the 20 World Book Night Titles listed below.

Need inspiration? Visit our Facebook and Twitter pages to watch the World Book Night authors talking about their reading journeys and read the recommendations that your favourite bloggers have been talking about!

David Almond, Skellig
Roddy Doyle, Dead Man Talking
Elif Shafak, Honour
Charity Norman, After The Fall
Rachel Joyce, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
Andy Weir, The Martian
Sarah Winman, When God Was A Rabbit
Lynda La Plante, Prime Suspect
Cilla & Rolf Börjlind, Spring Tide
Blaine Harden, Escape from Camp 14
Elizabeth Fremantle, Queen’s Gambit
Robin Hobb, Assassin’s Apprentice
Mary Gibson, Custard Tarts and Broken Hearts
James Bowen, Street Cat Bob
Minette Walters, Chickenfeed
M.C. Beaton, Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death
Karl Pilkington, The Moaning of Life
Sara Gruen, Water for Elephants
Annabel Pitcher, My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece
Neil Astley, Essential Poems from the Staying Alive Trilogy

Competition closes on Thursday 23rd April, 2015 at 23:59:59. For full terms and conditions, see below.

Competition terms and conditions:

1. By entering the free prize draw (the “Prize Draw”) you agree to these terms and conditions.
2. The Prize Draw is open to everyone, aged 18 or over, except for those working in association with World Book Night, their families, agencies or anyone else associated with this Prize Draw.
3. Each entrant must be a registered user on Twitter or register with Twitter in order to enter the Prize Draw
4. To enter you must tweet the user WorldBookNight stating how your reading journey began 5. Entrant must post a Tweet to ‘WorldBookNight’ stating how their ‘reading journey’ began, including the hashtag ‘#readingjourney’ in order to be considered a viable entrant. The campaign Prize Draw begins at 14:00:01 GMT on Thursday 10th April 2015 and closes at 23:59:59 GMT on Thursday 23rd April 2015 (the “Closing Date”). All entries must be received by the closing date or they will not be counted.
6. Any entries by a person found to be using multiple Twitter accounts to enter the Prize Draw will be ineligible. World Book Night does not accept responsibility for network, computer, and hardware or software failures of any kind, which may restrict or delay the sending or receipt of your entry.
7. You must not post violent, nude, partially nude, discriminatory, unlawful, infringing, hateful, pornographic, sexually suggestive or other inappropriate pictures, (this is at World Book Night’s sole discretion). World Book Night may, but has no obligation to, remove pictures that World Book Night determines in its sole discretion violates these Terms and Conditions.
8. World Book Night complies with the standard procedures laid down in the UK Data Protection Act to ensure that the personal information you give us is kept secure and processed fairly and lawfully. We will not share your information with third parties for marketing purposes unless you have given us permission to do so.
9. The winner of the Prize Draw will be the first entry drawn at random within two working days of the Closing Date. The winner will be notified by a Tweet or private direct message on Twitter by no later than one week after the Closing Date. Sponsor’s decision will be final. No correspondence will be entered into. There shall be one (1) winner of the prize.
10. The Prize shall consist of one set of the twenty (20) World Book Night titles.
11. Odds of winning the Prize depend on the total number of eligible entries received. The winner will be responsible for all expenses not specified in the Prize description above.
12. If the Prize is not claimed within 48 hours of the winner being notified, World Book Night reserves the right to award the Prize to an alternative winner.
13. Prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and non-negotiable. There is no cash alternative. World Book Night reserves the right to substitute the Prize (or any part thereof) for one of its choosing which has a value the same or greater than the original prize in the event of circumstances outside of its control.
14. By entering the Prize Draw the winner agrees to participate in such promotional activity and material as World Book Night may require.
15. Winner’s details will be available for 14 days after the Closing Date by sending a stamped and addressed envelope to WORLD BOOK NIGHT TWITTER COMPETITION at the address below.
16. This Prize Draw is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Twitter.
17. World Book Night reserves the right to (i) cancel this Prize Draw, (ii) cancel or refuse any individual’s entry and (iii) amend these terms and conditions (and will use reasonable endeavors to notify changes to entrants and potential entrants).
18. Promoter: World Book Night, c/o FMcM Associates, 3rd Floor Colonial Buildings, 59-61 Hatton Garden, London. EC1N 8LS


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