Can you believe the weekend is already here, Savvy Readers?! Time sure does fly when you’re not really allowed to go anywhere… It was a busy weekend in the book world, so let’s dive right in to this week’s Bookmarks!
1. #HarperPresents High Tea… At Home!
Our friends at HarperCollins Canada are back with another High Tea from the comfort of your own home! Featuring a discussion between historical fiction authors Rachel McMillan, Bryn Turnbull, Karen Robards, and Caroline Adderson, as well as some swanky treats and, of course, some delicious tea, this is one digital event you do NOT want to miss! The event is on Sunday, August 30th at 2:00pm EST! Register for your FREE e-ticket here.
2. Savvy Reader’s Fall Fiction Preview Giveaway is still live!
There are a LOT of great books coming out this Fall. To celebrate, we’re giving away advanced copies of 10 of our most anticipated reads! All you have to do to enter is sign up for My Book Pledge. Easy, right? Then enter! You can enter for your chance to win here. Giveaway ends August 31st.
3. Speaking of giveaways… Sprout is giving away some books for the youngest readers!
Since Canada Day, Sprout has been highlighting some of their favourite Canadian children’s authors, including Kenneth Oppel, Elise Gravel, Roy and Kerry MacGregor, and Paul Covello! To celebrate, they’re giving away 4 prize packs of Canadian kids’ books! Want to enter? Join the Sprout Facebook group and comment on the official giveaway thread! Learn more here. Giveaway ends August 24th.
4. And one more giveaway, just for good measure!
When No One Is Watching by Alyssa Cole is one of September’s most-anticipated thrillers, and the Killer Crime Club is so excited for everyone to read it that they’re giving away 5 advance copies! All you have to do is join the Killer Crime Club Facebook group and comment on this post! This giveaway ends on August 16th, to hurry to get those entries in!
Is that enough giveaways for you, Savvy Readers? That’s all we’ve got for this week! Let us know if we missed anything – and what you’re reading this weekend! – in the comments or on Twitter @SavvyReader!