Saturday, October 1, 2016

A Life Sentence of Reading Pleasure

A bookshop is giving people the chance to win free books for life.
An independent London based book shop is celebrating is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year. For a reason, Haywood Hill started a contest yesterday. A reading patron has chance of winning free books for life.
According to reader's preferences, he or she will be ship a book each month for the remainder of life. Regardless of where they live on the face of the earth.
I am unaware of the contest rules. You may have to Bing search or Google Haywood Hill bookshop for those specific details. The article link may above give clues. The book shop is calling it 'The Library of a Lifetime Award.'
Considering the average span of human life, eighty years is a long stretch. My recollection is running short, do you remember the first children book or novel you read? Many of us may not be willing to choose the last one. Maybe because the lifetime of learning, the intaking of knowledge is unceasing.

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