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. 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!

  3. 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.

  4. 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 =)

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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? 🙂

  8. 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!

  9. 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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