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What Did You Read Today? - The National Reading Campaign

What Did You Read Today? – The National Reading Campaign

What Did You Read Today? - The National Reading Campaign The National Reading Campaign wants to know what you are reading. They are so keen to find out what you are reading, that as an incentive, they will give ten lucky readers a Kobo eReader stuffed to the brim with great books.
What Did You Read Today? - The National Reading Campaign
Just tweet what you are reading to @readingcampaign with the hashtag  #whatdidyoureadtoday?  The contest runs from Nov 14th to Dec 31st.  You can enter once a day.
What Did You Read Today? - The National Reading Campaign I have already let them know that I am reading The Crimes of Hector Tomas (M) by Ian Colford.
So get reading and tweeting! Maybe you’ll be the lucky winner?
Please note that this contest is for adults 19yrs+.  There is a separate contest for youth.

Source: http://www.thereader.ca/2012/11/what-did-you-read-today-national.html

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