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Be a World Book Night giver

When first heard about World Book Night last year I got in a bit of a huff about it – the notion of giving books away, for free? Doesn’t that devalue the art of writing? Tut, tut.

Turns out I was wrong (and not for the first time) as I hear other novels by many of the authors involved in 2011’s event saw a noticeable increase in sales afterwards which is great.

More sales = more readers!

So, I’m flying the flag this year and have applied to be a giver myself.

If you think a number of people you know or associate with would benefit from a free book then check out World Book Night’s website here to find out more – the deadline for applications is 1st Feb.

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