Our winners have been selected! Click ahead to see who won games, and which books our readers love best.
@bark_endeavour: My favourite book is The Lord Of The Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
@Py687: my favorite book is Foundation by Isaac Asimov
@Dreg_Mogul: Catch 22
@gycheng: My favorite book is the Song of Achilles: A Novel,Madeline Miller’s brilliant first novel.
@mjselvig: My favorite book, is a series called “A Series of Unfortunate Events”. Slightly dark, strange and funny.
@ZarieoZ: My favorite book is The Host, by Stephanie meyer.
@Sushi1995: My favourite book of all time is “The Giver” because it shows how lucky we can be living in this community
@Khamous: My favorite book is Musashi, by Eiji Yoshikawa.
@ihawkNick: My favorite book is Who Moved My Cheese, by Spencer Johnson M.D.
@ipad72ru: My favorite book is Foundation, by Isaac Asimov.
@test4rt: My favorite book is Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think,by Peter H. Diamandis.
@choocs: My favourite book is Across the Nightingale Floor by Lian Hearn.
@kzwen: My favorite book is Company by Max Barry.
@BaldemarMerlo: My favorite book is oh the places you will go by dr.suess.
Thanks to everyone who entered! Remember, if you didn’t win be sure to try again next week.
It’s Tuesday again, and that means it’s time for another Tuesday Twitter Giveaway! This week, we’re giving away one of three notable games to our readers. All you have to do is follow us on Twitter and tweet a response to win. Read on for the specifics.
Win Yesterday and you can wallow in the subway of sadness!
To win, first follow us on Twitter. Then, tweet a response to this question:
What’s your favorite book of all time?
Make sure you include @slidetoplay and the URL http://bit.ly/MXyWHn in your response. Limit your responses to one per person. You must be following us on Twitter to win.
We’ll pick 14 winners at random this week. A sample tweet looks like this:
My favorite book is Oryx and Crake, by Margaret Atwood. @slidetoplay http://bit.ly/MXyWHn
Remember, you have to provide your own response– don’t just copy the sample. Good luck!