Enjoy a great read with Specsavers

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The hugely successful TV Book Club is back on our screens. Tune into More 4 on Sunday evenings where hosts Dave Spikey, Laila Rouass, Meera Syall, Rory McGrath and new presenter Caroline Quentin will be helping you pick the best books to read.

Throughout the 10-part series the team are joined by celebrity guests to review 10 titles, chosen by a team of TV Book Club experts, with viewers invited to read along.

To celebrate the new show, Specsavers Galashiels is giving away one set of 10 books to Southern Reporter readers, plus £150 worth of designer eyecare, so that readers can enjoy their books while wearing the latest fashion frames.

The lucky winners can look forward to reading all 10 books in the series: Before I Go To Sleep, S.J. Watson; The Sisters Brothers, Patrick de Witt; The Somnambulist, Essie Fox; Into The Darkest Corner, Elizabeth Haynes; Riles of Civility, Amor Towles; Girl Reading, Katie Ward; The Report, Jessica Francis Kane; The Family Fang, Kevin Wilson; Half of the Human Race, Anthony Quinn and You Deserve Nothing, Alexander Maksik, without forking out a penny for the pleasure.

To be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize, simply answer the following question:

Which of the following is a presenter on the TV Book Club?

a)Laila Rouass

b)Myleene Klass

c)Kelly Brook

Send your answer, plus your name, full address, including postcode, and daytime telephone number by email to susanwindram@tweeddalepress.co.uk or on a postcard to Specsavers competition, The Southern Reporter, The Hermitage, High Street, Selkirk, TD7 4DA, to arrive by March 7 at noon.

Terms and conditions: One prize per household; Specsavers TV Book Club books and eyecare voucher will be distributed by Beattie Communications and its partner agencies, on behalf of Specsavers. Terms of the eyecare voucher are set out on the eyecare voucher itself and must be adhered to. This prize is non-transferable, cannot be exchanged and no cash alternative will be offered.

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z The winner of last week’s competition to win tickets to see Richard Holloway at Main Street Trading bookshop in St Boswells was Judith Hardie of Newtown St Boswells.