Share your #eBookLove for Read an eBook Day and win content credit
On Monday, September 18, OverDrive will be celebrating the 5th annual Read an eBook Day and we want our library and school partners to join in the fun! In honor of this being the fifth year of the holiday we’re giving away five $1,000 content credit prizes to libraries and schools who share their celebrations on social media.
To be eligible to win all you have to do is share photos, comments or videos on any social media channel (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) using the hashtag #eBookLove. You can access our marketing kit to help spread the word by downloading this zip file.
Whether your library is throwing a literary party to celebrate or you want to share pictures of the eBooks your patrons are reading, we want you to get as creative as possible! You’re free to share as many posts using the hashtag as you like. The more, the better. Team OverDrive will review all the entries the following day and notify and announce the winners.
Readers can win too!
Your library users can also share their #eBookLove on social media for a chance to win a Kobo Aura ONE thanks to our friends at Kobo. Entries rules are the same for them. Simply share a post, picture and/or videos showing of their #eBookLove for a chance to win this incredible device. We’ll notify the winners and share their posts throughout the week of the 18th as well.
Read an eBook Day was created to promote the joy of digital reading and modern storytelling and we couldn’t be more excited to see how you celebrate. We welcome librarians and readers alike to visit our Read an eBook Day website to get book recommendations, hear interviews with authors by our Professional Book Nerds podcast, and post comments about their eBook experiences. We hope you’ll join the conversation by sharing what you’re reading, stories about why you love eBooks and by using the hashtag #eBookLove on social media for a chance to win content credit and devices!
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