> Crime Monthly Magazine, UK [ Website | Twitter | Facebook ]
> Jane Blake, Surrey [ Website | Twitter | Facebook ]
> Claire Vick, Yorkshire [ Website | Twitter | Facebook ]
> Becci Mansell, London [ Website | Twitter | Facebook ]
> Sunnyside Primary School, Glasgow [ Website | Twitter | Facebook ]
> Jayne K, UK [ Website | Twitter | Facebook ]
Becoming an #AtaxiaBookFairy yourself is very easy. Simply donate at least £5 to my Edinburgh Kiltwalk appeal (in aid of FareShare), and leave your Twitter name in the comments as you donate.
I will then send you 5 labels, allowing you to leave 5 of your own books for others to find.
Donating via the Kiltwalk is the best way for charities to raise funds. The Hunter Foundation adds a whopping 50% to your own donation – so for every £5 donated, FareShare actually receives £7.50!
If you are a writer or publisher, and you would like to donate copies of your book/s, please see the #BigBookGiveaway page. Book donations are also very gratefully received from companies and individuals who would like to share in this rather positive PR.
Free books (charity/community groups only).