There are two great book events this Easter weekend that readers should be keen to join in.
I’m not for a moment suggesting that people set aside any religious observance, be it of Passover or Easter or another festival. Each of these book events can be enjoyed individually and privately at home, whenever it suits individuals to join in.
I would also like to take this opportunity to wish you a most enjoyable holiday weekend, whether you’re religious or not. We know there are more people on the roads, so please stay safe!
Sparkly Badgers’ Easter Egg Hunt.
This event runs all weekend. It has been organised by a sensational group of Indie authors known universally as The Sparkly Badgers— they’re very good friends of Book Squirrel, with whom all readers of my blog should be familiar by now. In all honesty, it’s much easier if you just accept that there are bookish forest creatures, and move on.
How it works: Follow the trail of mystery eggs from website to website, and collect the clues. Answer the question at the end successfully, and you win a prize.
One contestant will receive a copy of each of the books shown below and an actual chocolate egg.
All contestants who successfully complete the quest will receive their choice of one of the books offered by the Sparkly Badgers, who are not only brilliantly talented but also incredibly generous.
Hopping Good Reads.
On offer are a range of excellent books, in different genres, and by different authors from the Indie Coffee Lounge Facebook group. Every book listed is only 99c, or 99p if you’re in the UK.
That means you can fill up your Kindle or Kindle app with great reads at bargain prices.
This event runs on Saturday, March 31st, only.
Click either image to head over and start browsing.
The books are listed with information about their genre and recommended audience.
Take a look at the great books in this promotion! From poetry to mystery, romance to horror, there’s something here for everyone.
My books – Stained Glass and The Silver Feather – are already both 99c, and I know some (although not all) of the others are, too. So if you’re busy all weekend, you could even start early!
- Claire Buss
- Margena Holmes
- Maria Riegger
- Debbie McGowan
- Nicole DragonBeck
- AM Leibowitz
- Joanne Van Leerdam
- Terry Poole
- Chloe Hammond
- Lyra Shanti
- Joyce Hertzoff
- J Crawford Steel
- Angelique Anderson
- C H Clepitt