Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop


Welcome to the  Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop!

Hosted by Book’d Out.

To celebrate Australia Day on the 26th January and the accompanying long weekend I am giving you the chance to win the very book I’m reviewing on Australia Day itself!

It’s doubly cool because Australia Day is an important date in the book itself! (although they call it Commemoration Day, because it’s fiction.)

That’s right, I’m giving away a copy of John Marsden’s Tomorrow When the War Began*!

tomorrow when the war began

I will be drawing ONE winner via Rafflecopter

a Rafflecopter giveaway


This giveaway in international. This giveaway is open to everyone.

If you live where the Book Depository delivers, you can enter! Check by clicking here.

Entrants must be aged over 13 years.

The giveaway ends on Tuesday 27th January 2015 at midnight AEST. The winner will be announced on shortly after.

Once winners are selected it will be announced here on The Moonlight Library and the winner will be emailed.
They will have 48 hours to respond to our email, or another winner will be selected.

Cheaters will not prosper. We reserve the right to disqualify anyone found gaming the system. Play fair!

*If you happen to own or have read Tomorrow When the War Began you may choose another book to the value of AU$15.00 so long as the author is Australian. Here’s a list that might inspire you!

Hop around the blogs of the other Australians celebrating with me!


About Nemo

A lover of kittens and all things sparkly, Nemo has a degree in English Literature and specialises in reviewing contemporary, paranormal, mystery/thriller, historical, sci-fi and fantasy Young Adult fiction. She is especially drawn to novels about princesses, strong female friendships, magical powers, and assassins.

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22 thoughts on “Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop

    1. Terese Stockdale

      My perfect Australia day is spending it with my family at the beach relaxing playing cricket , swimming to escape the heat listening to triple J’s hottest 100 and of course reading a novel and having a good old Aussie BBQ

  1. Wendy S

    Reading all day long in peace and quiet, “Gold Class” for reading, I wonder if that’s a good business idea?? Comfy chairs and drinks and food delivered to your chair and nice quiet to read in!

  2. Veronica Joy

    I’ll be spending Australia Day having a swim and relaxing with a book. I’d like to join Wendy in the “Gold Class” for reading though.

  3. Stephanie

    My perfect Australia Day would have to involve the beach. Being a Sydneysider I’m normally head to Manly, but I’m thinking a nice beach day in Noosa (with some shopping and a great meal) would be perfect!

    Thanks so much for the great giveaway and Happy Australia Day!

  4. Roxana Z.

    Happy Australia Day!!
    My perfect Australia Day activities would be to read a good book, listening to music and drinking a glass of wine. Cliché, I know :D. Thank you for the giveaway!

  5. Judith

    As Australia Day is also my birthday my perfect Australia Day activity is not having to go to work and enjoying a day being spoilt by my family. Love it!

  6. Louise

    It has to start with an early morning swim in the ocean, followed by a big breakfast. Then off for a drive up into the mountains. Sometime there has to be a b-b-q with friends then finish the day in the country somewhere looking at the stars and the southern cross.

  7. Anna M

    It is so crazy hot here in Queensland that all i can think of is that my perfect Australia Day activity would be to be sitting in Air con and sipping on a long and very cold drink….sadly I dont have air con but the drink part i can arrange 🙂

  8. Project Tomorrow: When The War Began |

    […] I would definitely recommend this to any Young Adult book reader. In fact, I’m having a giveaway right now to celebrate Australia Day and the anniversary of the fictional invasion. Why don’t you enter and take the chance to win this wonderful novel? […]

  9. Nat H

    My perfect day would be to start off the morning with a quick walk to wake the body up and then to sit for a couple of hours reading (generally I do this in the paddocks with the horses as I live on a rural property) and then in the afternoon spend the time with friends and family enjoying the day and each others company.

  10. Nemo

    Thanks everyone for your lovely perfect Australia Day comments – I hope you enjoyed the public holiday if you’re in Australia and if you’re not, I hope you get to enjoy your next day off!

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