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NB Book Awards Raffle Basket - 2 Chances to win!

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The New Brunswick Book Awards is a week away. We have lowered the price of our raffle tickets to $5 each to encourage more participation. We have doubled the number of tickets in the draw for anyone who has already purchased tickets at $10 each!. Thank you for your generous support. PRIZE WILL NOT BE MAILED: WINNER must PICKUP AT THE NB BOOK AWARDS Live EVENT on June 3 at 9 pm (Lily Lake Pavilion, Saint John, NB), or arrange for pickup in MONCTON, NB at the WFNB office. Enter our raffle for a chance to win one of two handcrafted baskets by author Beth Powning. Each basket includes copies of our 12 NB Book Award nominated books for 2022. Beth has also donated a copy of "The Sister's Tale" for each basket. Each basket is a $400 value! Draw to take place at the NB Book Awards live event on Saturday, June 3rd, at the Lily Lake Pavilion in Saint John, NB. Nominated Books include: -Valerie Sherrard, A Bend in the Breeze (DCB Cormorant), Miramichi -Meghan Rose Allen, The Summer the School Burned Down (Indie-published), Sackville -Lee D. Thompson, Apastoral: A Mistopia (Corona/Samizdat), Moncton -Kelly Cooper, Midnight and Moon (Tundra), Belleisle Creek; illustrated Daniel Miyares -Jennifer McGrath, Pugs Cause Traffic Jams (Kids Can Press), Hillsborough; illustrated by Kathryn Durst -Masen Grasse, Trucks (Monster House Publishing); illustrated by Alexina LePage -Amber McMillan, This Is A Stickup, (Wolsak and Wynn), Fredericton -Michael Pacey, Wild Apples: A Dialogue With Thoreau (Pottersfield Press), Fredericton -Sue Sinclair, Almost Beauty: New and Selected Poems (Goose Lane Editions), Fredericton -James Mullinger, Brit Happens* Or Living the Canadian Dream, (Goose Lane), Rothesay -Mark Anthony Jarman, Touch Anywhere to Begin (Goose Lane) Fredericton -Jon Claytor, Take the Long Way Home (Conundrum Press), Sackville

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