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Ebook Light Giveaway

I have yet to buy an Ebook reader, loving the smell and feel of my paper books. However I did see the benefit when we last went on holiday and my suitcase weighed a tonne, thanks to all the books I was lugging along with me. Then the ability to carry Hundreds of paperbacks in one device appeals. Yet what about glare and reading in low light. Would this strain my eyes? Perhaps a Ebook light would be the answer.

For those of you who already own an Ebook, I’m offering you the chance to win a Kandle II Ebook Light.

It’s Features include:

  • Reading light has 3 Ultra-bright LEDs
  • Two levels of lighting: soft and extremely bright light.
  • Double pivoting arms make it easy to position and adjust.
  • The interior of the WideLip handle protect your e-book Reader effectively against scratches.

Ebook Light Giveaway

You can enter multiple times using the entry options shown.  The winner will be picked at random by Rafflecopter and I will contact you to send the prize. Full terms and conditions can be found in the widget.

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One Kandel II Ebook Light –  no monetary exchange available

Contest is open until Midnight Tuesday 27th March

Distribution of  prizes is the responsibility of Craft with Cartwright
Craft with Cartwright cannot be held responsible for lost prizes
All winner decisions are final – the winner has 48 hours to claim or a new winner will be drawn
UK Entrants Only


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I have yet to buy an Ebook reader, loving the smell and feel of my paper books. But the ability to carry Hundreds of paperbacks in one device appeals. Yet what about glare and reading in low light. Would this strain my eyes? Perhaps a Ebook light would be the answer.
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  1. It’s young adult but Michael Grant’s Gone series is brilliant. Similar story as Steven King’s Under The Dome.

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  2. Time Bomb by Joelle Charbonneau. Seven students trapped in their school after a bomb goes off must fight to survive while also discovering who among them is the bomber.

  3. The Passage by Justin Cronin The first of a trilogy similar to Stephen King’s The Stand. All three are absolutely brilliant and got me rushing back home to grab my book.

  4. I’ve just read Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave. Beautifully written, bittersweet story

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  6. my favourite book is the way of kings first book in the stralight archive by Brandon Sanderson it is amazing xx

  7. Reading the Book of Dust by Philip Pullman. Got a lovely signed copy and sharing the book with my son 😀

  8. I’m really enjoying The Woman in the Window by A J Finn at the moment. It has me gripped !

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  9. I recently have been enjoying Gas Light by Eloise Williams and it is a really great read so I would recommend that one for sure! 🙂

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  11. I’m reading all of the Hazel Holt crime fiction books at the moment – these books are new to me.

  12. The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory is just a great read and had a problem putting it down.

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  13. the last book i read was the polar bear explorers club its a kids book but very well written

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