Flubit Book Month aids National Literacy Trust

By Chris Dawson August 21, 2014 - 10:19 am

Flubit National Literacy TrustAugust is ‘Book Month’ at Flubit and they are celebrating books and supporting the work of the National Literacy Trust. We’re a bit late to the party at Tamebay, only just having spotted the news, but there’s still time for you to get involved.

Flubit are asking book lovers nationwide to send them their your own review to appear on the Flubit blog. For every book review (minimum 200 words) sent to, they’ll donate £10 to the National Literacy Trust and give the you the reviewer a free book of their choice to say thank you!

For those that prefer to Tweet rather than Blog, Flubit will donate £1 for every ‘micro review’ we receiving including the hashtag #flubitbooks. Each micro review Tweet will be entered into a weekly prize draw to win a free book of the winner’s choice up to the value of £10.

Anna Jones, Development Manager at the National Literacy Trust, said “It’s wonderful that Flubit have chosen to raise money for us in this way. Anything that raises awareness of the importance of literacy and encourages reading for pleasure is very worthwhile. The Book Month campaign is a great way of achieving this and will provide vital support for the National Literacy Trust’s work in improving literacy in disadvantaged communities“.

Flubit have over 10,000,000 books available and have lifted the ‘invitation only’ system for demands on books! Visit for speedy, quick offers on your book demands. Simply copy and paste the web link for the book you want from Amazon UK and they’ll do the rest.

Full T’s and C’s are on the Flubit website

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