Want to win the Canada Reads books? Here's your chance!


UPDATE:  This contest is now closed. Tune in March 3-6 to catch all the battle of the books action!

It's week #3 of the Canada Reads Question of the Week (QOTW) contest! How does it work? Every Monday we ask a question. You answer it and you are entered into a draw to win a set of the Canada Reads 2014 contenders and an extremely practical and always fashionable CBC Books tote bag.

You can check out last week's contest here. We put all the entries into the Canada Reads sorting hat and drew out one name. Congratulations, ThelmaBall, the Canada Reads swag is all yours.

Are you ready for your big chance? Answer the question in the comments below to be entered into this week's draw. One winner will be drawn randomly on Monday, January 27. You can enter every week!

To be eligible for this week's contest, you must submit your comment by Sunday, January 26, at 11:59 p.m. ET. CBC contest rules apply. (If you are having trouble commenting, you can enter by emailing canadareads@cbc.ca.)

The Canada Reads QOTW for the week of January 20 is:

If you could be a Canada Reads panelist, which book would you choose? 

You can choose any book ever: fiction, non-fiction, Canadian, international, a former Canada Reads book or not....whatever your heart desires. 

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