A Great Gift (Riddle)

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It’s a four-letter word, but perfectly clean (at least, it can be).

One size fits all, from 6 months to 106 years, perfect for anyone.

It can be used over and over again (if it’s very good, it will be).

More than a mere product, it’s an experience.

It enriches the mind, provokes thought, elicits emotions, entertains, and informs.

Often priced under $10, it’s a very affordable gift, yet can be quite valuable.

It offers an escape from reality; often, a better reality.

Most people should be using it more frequently.

So what is this great gift?

It’s a book. Give the gift of reading this holiday season.

A good book is a gift that keeps on giving.

We love books. We developed Read Tuesday to help promote reading and literacy.

It’s a Black Friday type of event just book lovers on December 10.

But it’s not about buying and selling books. It’s about the spirit of reading.

Read Tuesday isn’t a business. It’s simply a concept. We’re just a bunch of individual authors who agreed to discount our books on one day to create a wonderful opportunity for readers and book lovers to help spread the joy of reading.

Check out a sample of the books that will be participating in Read Tuesday:

Both printed book and e-books are participating. If you would like to learn more about gifting e-books, click here to read a helpful article by Misha Burnett.

Sign up for the email newsletter by clicking here.

Are you an author? It’s not too late to sign up, but the clock is ticking.

  • You can add your books to the catalog by clicking here.
  • Then click the link below to send us your pricing information.

Authors who are already signed up: Click here to give us your pricing information and we’ll include it in your promotional posts.

Chris McMullen, founder of Read Tuesday

Follow Read Tuesday (@ReadTuesday) on Twitter

Like the Read Tuesday page at Facebook


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