Calling All Bookworms: Enter to Win $1,500 and a Year’s Worth of Books
As a Penny Hoarder, very little motivates me as much as free money.
But as an English major and bonafide, unabashed nerd, free books are a very close second.
That’s why I was stoked to hear about this sweepstakes from Penguin Random House: It offers the chance to win both of those things.
And as tempted as I was to keep the secret to myself (and increase my chance of winning!), I just had to share it with you.
After all, what’s a good story without a few friends to tell it to?
Win $1,500 -- and Free Books! -- From Penguin Random House
Penguin Random House is giving away a bunch of free money and a 25-book “library” of its 2016 releases to one lucky winner.
The books will be in the genre(s) of the winner’s choosing, and will definitely keep their weekend reading supply stocked through the end of the year.
Even if reading isn't your thing, it’s hard to argue with free cash… and if you win this sweepstakes, you’ll get lots of it.
Specifically, you’ll win a $500 shopping spree at ShopStyle, a fashion site that’ll keep you wrapped up in seasonal scarves and sweaters while you dive into your new books.
You’ll also get a $1,000 Visa gift card to use however you see fit. (With the holidays coming up, I’m sure you’ll find no shortage of places to put that extra money!)
Entering couldn’t be simpler: Just click here and provide your email address and genres of choice.
Penguin Random House publishes a huge range of material, and 2016 was a great year for books (if nothing else). You could win Alton Brown’s “Everyday Cook,” the newest Dean Koontz and John Grisham books, and work by Elizabeth Gilbert -- who, yes, has continued to write after “Eat, Pray, Love.”
You’ll also be prompted to sign up for the publisher’s newsletter, which will get you 20% off your next order.
It’s totally free to enter, so what do you have to lose... other than the five minutes it’ll take to unsubscribe from the sponsors’ email newsletters?
The drawing closes at 11 p.m. ET on Nov. 18, so don’t put it off. And if you win, don’t worry, you can keep all the money for yourself.
But is it cool if I borrow a few of your books?
Your Turn: What’s your favorite book?
Jamie Cattanach is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder and total bookworm. Her writing has also been featured at The Write Life, Word Riot, Nashville Review and elsewhere. Find @JamieCattanach on Twitter to wave hello.