50 Books You Can’t Put Down

September sees the launch of the GET READING CAMPAIGN 2012. This is Australia’s largest celebration of books and reading for the year. As part of the campaign, 50 books are chosen for the official “Get Reading Guide” which you can download here http://www.getreading.com.au/pick-up-your-free-guide-now/ or pick up a hard copy at your nearest bookstore or library. The guide showcases, 50 books you won’t be able to put down once you start reading them. I am proud to say, The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots is one of these books!
Especially for the campaign, Random House has re-released, The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots in mass paper back format and included as a teaser the first chapter of The Girl in the Hard Hat in the back. They sent me a box of this lovely new size in the mail and I love the new packaging. To celebrate, the campaign and the new format, I’m giving away a free copy of The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots in it’s smart new size. To go in the draw to win, simply leave a comment after this blog. Winner announced in seven days.
In the meantime, go pick up a Get Reading campaign guide. There are forty nine other titles in there also worth reading. So let’s get started!

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18 thoughts on “50 Books You Can’t Put Down

  1. How awesome Loretta! Glad you are getting such good support from Random! Cant wait to read a teaser of The Girl in the Hard Hat!!! Keep up the great writing 🙂

  2. Hi Loretta, congratuals on making the 50 great books you can’t put down, I am looking forward to reading The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots and your next book The Girl in the Hard Hat

  3. Congratulations Loretta! Your are well book is well deserved of the books you can’t put down list, I was even reading it while feedi g my kids breakfast! I literally could not put if down. You have such a good writing style and it really draws gvd reader in. Well done 🙂

  4. I LOVED The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots so much and kept re-reading it so often the library was a little annoyed at me for my very late return – as they had 7 Reserves waiting on it (sorry girls)! I would say it’s definitely a book that you can’t put down! Looking forward to The Girl in the Hard Hat in Jan.

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