Closed: Win a Kindle e-reader

This giveaway is now closed and the winner is Helen R from Sprowston in Norfolk

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Time for another giveaway, and this time the prize is one that you can enjoy while relaxing in your garden, when you’re travelling, or even when you’re tucked up in bed!

I have to admit that I was a late convert to e-readers. I still love ‘real’ books, and have paper versions of all my favourite books. But an e-reader is so incredibly convenient!

Whether you’re relaxing poolside or in your back garden, it’s great to be able to load your Kindle up with plenty of books to choose from. And there’s no worry about the wind making your lose your place.

It’s also very easy to slip into your bag so that you’ve always got a book handy to keep you occupied on long journeys or in waiting room.

So if you’ve got a little extra free time on your hands these days, you’ll love the prize in our fantastic new giveaway!

You could win a black Kindle e-reader from Amazon, worth £69.99. And we’ll also send you a £10 gift card so that you can choose some e-books to get you started.

The Kindle has an adjustable front light and glare-free display which will let you read comfortably both indoors and outside.

A single battery charge will last for weeks, so you don’t have to worry about it running out of battery on your commute. And you can also pair it with Bluetooth headphones or speakers to listen to audiobooks.

It has enough storage to hold thousands of e-books, and there are millions of books, newspapers and audiobooks available for the Kindle. Amazon Prime members also get unlimited access to over a thousand title for free.

It’s a fantastic prize for any booklover!

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And you could be relaxing with a Kindle e-reader if you’re the winner of our new giveaway!

For a chance to win this fantastic prize, all you have to do is to log into the Rafflecopter below and answer the easy question. And there are some additional social media entries that you can use to boost your chances of winning.

The giveaway will close at 11.59PM on Friday 10th July 2020 and is open to UK entrants aged 18+ only. We’ll be in touch with the lucky winner as soon as possible after the closing deadline.

And the question you need to answer to be in with a chance of winning this prize is:

What is your favourite book?

Good luck!

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514 thoughts on “Closed: Win a Kindle e-reader

  1. Claire Allinson says:

    My favourite book is The Handmaids tale by Margaret Attwood – was blown away by it when I first read it many years ago. Bit disappointed by the recent sequel but the original was fantastic

  2. SianiD says:

    My current favourite is a series of Books. The AMos Decker series by DAvid BAldaci, I love them, and have re read them several times.

  3. Hilda Wright says:

    Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami. My favourite author, absolutely love the calm pace of his books and the surreal quality of some of them! I’ve never used a kindle, always wanted one! Alongside real books of course!

  4. christine goody says:

    Rendevouus with Rama by Arthur C Clarke is my favourite book. It is a classic science fiction bok that has stood the ravages of time and technology. Very enjoyable.

  5. Caroline Tinsley says:

    Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. He’s my second favourite writer, after Dostoevsky.

  6. Liz Simpson says:

    My favourite book is”The King Must Die” by Mary Renault – a reworking of the Theseus story. I read it on holiday in Crete in 1981 visiting many of the places in the book.

  7. Kelly Wheelhouse says:

    Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment by James Patterson :) I first read it when I was about 15 and have loved it ever since! I do love the whole series, but the first book was always my favourite

  8. Caroline Stokes says:

    I loved the Narnia books as a kid, still read them occasionally. Currently favourite authors are Robin Hobb and Terry Pratchett.

  9. Lyndsey cooksey says:

    My favourite book, is my childhood book, The lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. I always wanted to go to the back of my own wardrobe, open into a magical, enchanted world and enjoy Turkish delight with Edward and the wicked queen!

  10. Anne Thompson says:

    I love books and read an assortment, I have really enjoyed Katie Fforde books A rose petal summer, and The Secret Garden and Catherine Isaacs Messy Wonderful us.

  11. Christine Dodd says:

    So many to choose from – I’ll go with my most recent love which was Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens.

  12. Nigel Soper says:

    The bible, but which version? Maybe the NIV translation as it is fairly true to the original but is fairly easily understood by most.

  13. Jim Kerr says:

    Depends what I’m reading, changes all the time. Currently re-reading the Song of Ice and Fire, or Game of Thrones. Excellent story.

  14. Michael Fisher says:

    At the moment it is The Barbershop Seven: A Barney Thomson omnibus by Douglas Lindsay. Funny and interesting

  15. Gail Divall says:

    Amazing competition, getting back into reading in these crazy times.

    I currently obsessed with The Handmaid’s tale!

  16. Katie Jaques says:

    I’m reading the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews and its amazing! It hard to pick a favourite out of all of them!

  17. Steve Morgan says:

    Tough one this as there are so many awesome books but my favourite currently is Tiamat Wrath by James S A Corey, love The Expanse series, eagerly waiting the next book.

  18. Carole Nott says:

    My taste is always changing and love to read a variety of subjects. I particularly like autobiographies of interesting people

  19. Hayley Jane Wakenshaw says:

    Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery has always been my favourite book. I can read it over and over again.

  20. Patricia Avery says:

    Until recently I would have said The Book Thief or Kensuke’s Kingdom but during lockdown I have read How to be Brave by Louise Beech. I was hooked from the beginning. A compelling story beautifully written

  21. Stephanie Coals says:

    My favourite book has to be the nightingale by Kristen Hannah. It’s such an amazing book and I must have read it at least 10 times!

  22. Susan Willshee says:

    Favourite classic book is Pride and Prejudice, but my favourite contempory fiction is a series of books by J.D Robb based around the main character Eve Dallas who is a New York police Lieutenant in the future. I love them and she can’t write the books fast enough for my liking!

  23. Helen W says:

    OH so many to choose from but i am really enjoying L J Ross DCI Ryan books and also Jo Spain books but i will always love James Herbert Rats which got me into reading properly as a youngster

  24. Kimberley Francis says:

    George Orwell’s 1984 is my absolute favourite book! But I also love anything written by Haruki Murakam!

  25. Jenny McClinton says:

    Emma by Jane Austen as it will always be a favorite book. It was the first one I read of this style when I was younger and I loved it.

  26. Rebecca Phillips says:

    That’s a really tough question! I absolutely love Gillian McAllister’s novels – No Further Questions is definitely up there and I love Beautiful Bad by Annie Ward and I Made A Mistake by Jane Corry. I can’t possibly choose just one favourite!

  27. Kanika Tripathi says:

    I have read Wuthering Heights five times now, so I may as well add that it’s my favourite book. I can almost feel the bone-chilling winds howling through the moors every time I pick up that book. Thank you most dearly for this giveaway, Sally, and for promoting reading!

  28. Emma Walton says:

    I absolutely love reading and so I couldn’t possibly have just one favourite book! However, I do have a favourite genre which is paranormal romance and a couple of my favourite authors are Laurell K Hamilton and J R Ward.

  29. Jane Willis says:

    Oh goodness, that’s like asking me what’s my favourite breath I’ve ever taken! I read several books a week and never re-read any, but my current favourite among recent reads is London Rules by Mick Herron

  30. Debby says:

    My favourite book changes with mood but at the moment I’d say ‘Clan of the Cave Bear’ by J.M. Auel. It is the first of the 6-book ‘Earth’s Children’ series that follows a young woman called Ayla, who is an early modern human raised by a clan of Neanderthals. Set at a time towards the end of the last Ice-Age when modern humans and Neanderthals shared Europe, it is a fictional work that has been well-researched and shows great imagination. All the books are good stories for stand-alone or as part of the series, pretty easy reading and thought-provoking.

  31. Helen Grayson says:

    It’s Lavendar Girl – such a lovely story about neighbours and the joining and reconciliation of families

  32. Michelle Carlin says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. I’ve just started reading her other book, Go Set a Watchman.

  33. S Straw says:

    I can’t possibly choose just one book. I’m currently reading The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton. I’m loving it so far but finding it hard to wrap my head round it’s unique concept at times!

  34. Carol says:

    I have many favourites have been reading for 50 + years . As a child enjoyed all Enid Blyton books couldn’t wait for christmas when i would get the next book.

  35. Victoria Prince says:

    I don’t really have one favourite book, but a series I keep revisiting time and time again are the Jill books by Ruby Ferguson

  36. Julie Kenny says:

    The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith – amazing book so much better than the film. If you get the chance read it do – you’ll love it! x

  37. victoria minihane says:

    Wuthering Heights.I read it for the first time when I was 13,and I’ve been obsessed with it ever since.

  38. janh says:

    I really enjoy James Patterson books (he is probably my favourite author), I have just read Liar, Liar. I love reading crime/thriller books.

  39. Priscilla Stubbs says:

    I love reading and have many favourite books but I do go back to Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen, which I’ve read many times.

  40. L Burakowski says:

    The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, classic Russian novel that works on several levels and Baz Luhrmann is now planning a film based upon this genius work of fantasy from the Soviet era.

  41. Deborah Hambleton says:

    I loved reading the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness series. Although they are aimed at teenagers, I thought the stories were lovely

  42. YOLANDA DAVIS says:

    Narrowing it down to one is impossible. Anything by Karin Slaughter, Tess Gerritsen or Linda Castillo is the best I can say. I broke the screen on my Kindle about a year ago: I can’t afford to replace it so winning this would make me a very, very happy reader.

  43. Lorna-Jane Holland says:

    It’s got to be Harry Potter! But my favourite ‘grown-up’ book is Les Miserables – a brilliant classic definitely well worth a read x

  44. Lorraine Benn says:

    Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. Fantastic book and followed up well by the rest of the series.

  45. Ayten says:

    I read so many that it’s hard to pick one! My most recent favourite book has to be Where The Crawdads Sing – it is absolutely brilliant! I found out it’s being made into a film and I’m so excited Highly recommend!

  46. Aidan Williamson says:

    So many great books but my favourite is Douglas Adams Dirk Gently’s Wholistic detective agency

  47. DANIELLE V says:

    The Secret Garden – I first read it as a child and I still enjoy reading it now. I always wanted to be Mary!

  48. TANIA STANNARD says:

    I really enjoy anything by Catherine Cookson, my favourite being Tilly Trotter. At the moment im reading Cathy glass, a heart rending true story

  49. Krzysia says:

    Well I generally prefer the classics and I would have to say the book I’ve read the most, (and probably my favourite), is The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy.

  50. Joanna Kiely says:

    I’ve just finished The Hunting Party – it’s sooooooo good!!! Wish I could unread it and read it again!!

  51. Irene Murdoch says:

    My favourite book is the first one we read in our book club called Narrow Dog to Carcassone by Terry Darlington

  52. Alison Johnson says:

    I usually read crime & thrillers but my favourite book is The Book Thief. It was just so brilliant.

  53. RACHELL LYNCH says:

    i love the harry Harry Potter books and reading them with my kids, but To kill a mockingbird is my favourite

  54. Ele says:

    My favourite book is Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, though this year’s favourite is ‘Bunny’ by Mona Awad. Always hard to choose!

  55. Amber Spilsbury says:

    I used to love all of the Rahl Dahl books as a kid especially the twits. I cant wait until my little girl is old enough to read them

  56. Sian Buckingham says:

    It’s so hard to choose just one! I really enjoyed re-reading Strangers by Dean Koontz recently, that’s definitely one of my favourite books.

  57. linda curtis says:

    flowers in the Attic a fab book and i read it first in my teens
    so much better then the film that followed it

  58. Deanie GIllies says:

    Just about everything really! I do love a good crime / Thriller though. I’m a big Mark Billingham fan… so I’d have to say Scaredy Cat which is where my reading addiction began!

  59. Jessica Hutton says:

    The pern series By Anne mccaffrey. My grandad used to read them to me when I was little and I inherited his collection when he died.

  60. fiona d says:

    The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger was my all time favourite, had me gripped start to finish which is rare for me!

  61. Rebecca Beesley says:

    Absolutely love anything by Kristen Hannah – she is such a talented author! I suppose if i had to pick one it would be the first book I read by her “The nightingale”

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