The HCC March Madness Winner (and How you Can Win, Too!)

64 Books, 6 Weeks – and now more chances to win! As the 2013 edition of HCC March Madness comes to a close, HarperCollins Canada wants to thank all of their friends and fans who participated in the contest with one final giveaway. Below, you can enter to win a copy of the 2013 HCCMM winner, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee! There are five lucky winners, and five ways to enter the contest. Good luck, Savvy Readers!

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24 thoughts on “The HCC March Madness Winner (and How you Can Win, Too!)

  1. Yay! Glad to see that one of the books I was voting for from the very beginning made it through to the end. That said, there were a lot of other great books in the running and reading the descriptions of some of the books I’d not read before got me excited to read them, too.

  2. Overjoyed such a classic won the competition! Everyone can learn something from Atticus from To Kill a Mockingbird. I voted for it as often as I possibly could!

  3. I think I managed to vote at least once a day. I’m pleased by the winner but would really have liked to see a newer release win. Maybe next year you can have two categories? One for “classics” and one for “sure to be classics”? Just a suggestion. The Painted Girls and Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore would have given the other books a good run! I must also say that I love following this competition! It’s a lot of fun! Thanks!

  4. Nice to be reminded about some of the books still on my TBR list. Wish I had remembered to vote every day, even though I love the winner.

  5. I actually have never read this book (never studied it in school, etc.) *blushes* I should fix that one of these days!

    I had an great time voting throughout the competition! Interesting that this book one =)

  6. There are so many good books that get squeezed out in these types of head-to-head contests, but the process is still a good one for introducing us to new or not-previously-read titles.

  7. My favourite book didn’t win, but I was very interested in seeing how the madness progressed. It’d be nice to have this sort of event more often. It’s a great way to introduce readers to books already loved by others.

  8. It’s a great classic and should have won! 🙂 I voted as many times as I could possible get online….other than once a day for sure! When do we find out the winner of 64 books? And where will you announce it? 🙂

  9. It is always fun to take part in the voting. Time sure flies when we start off with so many books and with a blink of an eye we have a winner. This book brings back a lot of memories, it was a book we had to study during English class. Best is making comparisons to the film version as well. I tried to vote daily as well as “share” on my wall. Good luck!

  10. I hope I have a good chance to win this book. I’ve heard good things, read excerpts, but never the entire book. It is a prize winner and has gained high praise. Fingers crossed. Good luck to all those entered. To Kill a Mockingbird is really deserving for this award. I knew it would win!

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