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Socialbookshelves.com August Competition: Win One of Three Waterstones Vouchers!

Ladies and gentlemen, we’re back again with a brand new competition! This month, we’re giving you a chance to win one of three Waterstones vouchers – a £15 voucher for first prize, a £10 voucher for second prize and a £5 voucher for third prize!

You can enter using the Rafflecopter widget below, and you can earn extra entries by heading over to Twitter and retweeting our competition tweets. Good luck!

 

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Remember to check out our book discussion forums, too – you can earn entries by signing up and saying hello, so head on over and get chatting to other readers!

Alternatively, read on to see the competition’s terms and conditions:

1. The promoter is SocialBookshelves.com

2. Contributors to SocialBookshelves.com, their family members or anyone else connected in any way with the competition or helping to set up the competition shall not be permitted to enter the competition.

3. There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition.

4. Closing date for entry will be Sunday August 31st 2014. After this date, no further entries to the competition will be permitted.

5. No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.

6. The promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition and these terms and conditions without notice in the case of any event outside of the promoter’s control. Any changes to the competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by the promoter.

7. The promoter is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.

8. No cash alternative to the prizes will be offered. The prizes are not transferable. Prizes are subject to availability and we reserve the right to substitute any prize with another of equivalent value without giving notice.

9. Winners will be chosen at random using Random.org’s random number generator.

10. The winner will be notified by email and/or letter within 28 days of the closing date. If the winner cannot be contacted or do not claim the prize within 14 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.

11. The promoter’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.

12. By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.

13. The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.

14. The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and image in any publicity material. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent.

15. The winner’s name will be available 28 days after closing date by sending a stamped addressed envelope to the following address: SocialBookshelves.com, 42 Blackfriars Close, Tameside, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B79 7YJ

16. By entering this competition, you agree to join our mailing list to hear about future competitions as and when they’re announced.

17. Entry in to the competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.

18. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter or any other social network. You are providing your information to SocialBookshelves.com and not to any other party.

 
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89 Responses

  1. Sinead ORourke

    Going Dutch by Katie Fforde

  2. Keith W

    Frank Herbert – Dune

  3. STACY SORRELL

    a clash of kings by gearge rr martin

  4. aj

    I love anything by Rold Dahl

  5. Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo

  6. Melanie McNair

    The Bone Collector by Jeffery Deaver

  7. Katherine Coldicott

    The World According to Garp, John Irving

  8. Lorna Kennedy

    To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee)

  9. barbara daniels

    Cider with rosie by laurie lee

  10. mark sorrell

    The Hobbit

  11. Barbara Handley

    A Tale of Two Cities.

  12. corrin davies

    the fault in our stars is my most recent love! i cant bring myself to watch the film in case it spoils it!

  13. Paul

    The Game of Thrones Series.

  14. Angela Doogan

    The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster

  15. David Vessey

    George Orwell – Road to Wigan Pier

  16. Amy PJ

    Little Women.

  17. Rachael G

    Flowers in the Attic – Virginia Andrews

  18. It’s so hard to choose just one! Perhaps The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank x

  19. Mary Chez

    The Grapes of Wrath

  20. kris

    carrie stephen king

  21. Bec F

    And then there was none by Agatha Christie

  22. nicci cowdell-murray

    Of mice and men, i read it at school and loved it ….. now my teenage children are reading it at school

  23. Rachel Craig

    The Promise by Danielle Steel.

  24. Dawn F

    I love The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury

  25. felicity smith

    The Lovely Bones

  26. Eleanor Wigmore

    I can’t say as I love too many but 2 that stand out are Jane Eyre and The BFG!

  27. Gilla01

    I’ve really enjoyed The Game of Thrones, but I think Lord of the Rings takes a lot of beating.

  28. James

    The Game of Thrones!

  29. Susie Wilkinson

    Bad Alice by Jean Ure

  30. hajnalka salter

    Claire Kenneth Night in Kairo

  31. Pom the Cat

    2001 A space Odyssey – Arthur C Clarke

  32. Dee

    The Olive Farm by Carol Drinkwater.

  33. sarah maher

    Kite runner

  34. Ruth Harwood

    The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas – quite simply the best revenge story ever!

  35. Hassni

    Naked Lunch, by William S. Burroughs

  36. Kelly

    Game Of Thrones 🙂

  37. Scott

    Corrections – Jonathan Franzen

  38. catherine plant

    anything by virgina andrews

  39. YOLANDA (yoey) DAVIS

    I don’t think I can pick just one. At the moment I’m really enjoying Linda Castillo’s series where Kate Burkholder is the chief of police in Painters Mill, where a big part of the community is Amish, as was Kate as a child. I’m on the fourth book now and looking forward to the next.

  40. Ramandeep Pawar

    The book thief

  41. Kerry Gray

    The rainmaker by john Grisham

  42. kathleen kerr

    i loved the rohld dall books

  43. Jessica Wilde

    Secret History – Donna Tartt

  44. khaled Housseni a thousand splendid suns xx

  45. Amy Williams

    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

  46. Danika Lloyd

    Enders Game

  47. Amanda Mallows

    Join Me – by Danny Wallace

  48. Solange

    To Kill A Mockingbird

  49. Paul Wilson

    Changes depending on when asked. Today is the Empire Trilogy by Raymond Feist and Janny Wurts.

  50. Jane Willis

    The Mists of Avalon by Marion Bradley

  51. Graham Greene – Brighton Rock

  52. LINDSEY CLARK

    The Alchemist Paulo Coelho

  53. Amy Ripley

    the book thief!

  54. christine shelley

    Cider with Rosie

  55. faye huntington

    pride and prejudice 🙂 faye x

  56. Sarahann Tonner

    Steven King Green Mile x

  57. Sheila Reeves

    The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

  58. Sue Menzies

    The Silver Sword

  59. Stevie

    One flew over the cuckoo’s nest is my favourite.

  60. Sophie Lester

    To kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee

  61. Pamela

    I agree with those who have said that it is not possible to identify just one book as being the ‘best’ book one has read. And how does one define ‘best’ anyway? Are you intending folks to nominate just a work of fiction (prose) or are you going to include anthologies of, say, poetry, short stories, etc. etc. etc.? At the moment I am plugging some gaps in my classic reading and am enjoying Evelyn Waugh’s ‘A Handful of Dust’.

  62. Diane Carey

    Dark Room by Steve Mosby

  63. Stephen Little

    Catch-22

  64. Sarah Parker

    northern lights 🙂

  65. Kirstin Lydon

    To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

  66. Michele Smith

    The Stephen King book Rose Madder , it touched me on so many levels and aren’t that what books are supposed to do?

  67. Gavin O'Shaughnessy

    Green Mile – Stephen King

  68. katie skeoch

    Plague by Albert Camus

  69. Caroline Anne Bellamy

    Not very high brow but Harry Potter

  70. Alexis Pettie

    It’s got to be To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee)

  71. Stacey Haines

    Game of thrones 🙂

  72. Carrie Talbot-Ashby

    I go through more books than some people have hot dinners, but my favourite so far is ‘Intensity’ by Dean Koontz. Every time I read it I am right there, hiding with Chyna Sheperd, while the psycho who has killed her best friend family brings back all the evil memories of the childhood she had buried. She hitches a lift unbeknownst on the madmans camper-van and the story from there, as the title suggests, just intensifies to fever pitch! Its awesome. x

  73. Karen B

    Probably too many to mention but one of my first favourite reads was the Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie

  74. Christine Caple

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

  75. Vicki A Smith

    Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton

  76. Sarah Buckley

    The Time Traveller’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger – such a fantastic book, I’ve read it again & again!

  77. Stephanie Whitehouse

    CP Snow, Strangers and Brothers

  78. Kathy

    Woman in black – susan hill

  79. natalie baugh

    im a big harry potter fan 🙂

  80. Kirsten Barthy

    The little prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

  81. Kristy Brown

    One for the Money

  82. The Enchanted Wood and Faraway Tree Stories by Enid Blyton – kids book I know but it’s been the book I have had on my shelf the longest. 🙂

  83. Mark Palmer

    The Secret History

  84. bev

    Needful Things

  85. natalie holland

    Papillon was a brilliant book, really exciting. Amazing story.

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