Good Reading : July 2017
Win one of five copies of Goodbye to Italia by Marisa Parker, valued at $24.95 each. This is a romantic non-fiction story of drama, courage and humour. A little Italian girl peers up at the unexpected drone of aeroplanes. It’s the start of World War II. An age difference of 13 years separates the little girl and an ar my officer, but their lives are destined to intertwine. To enter, tell us the age difference between the girl and the ar my officer. Competitions TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. Entry is open to all residents of Australia and New Zealand from 1 to 31 July 2017. 2. Employees and the immediate families of the promoter and agencies associated with this promotion are ineligible. 3 . The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 4 . The first correct entries drawn on 1 August 2017 from the competition will win a copy of the book. 5. The promoter accepts no responsibility for late, lost or misdirected mail. 6. The winners of the prizes will be notified by email in August 2017. Visit our Facebook page for more great competitions! Win a biography of a trailblazing Australian scientist, a story of love in World War II Italy, a novel inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson or a book that will make you question what freedom really means. Win one of five copies of The Freedom Trap by Dr Craig Hassed valued at $29.99 each. This is an inspiring call for clear thinking and a fresh appraisal of what freedom means. Associate Professor Craig Hassed, a mindfulness expert, explores how we can alleviate our our worries, regrets and material desires and find a life of peace and happiness – true freedom. To enter, tell us the name of the field in which the author is an expert. Win one of five copies of The Pacific Room by Michael Fitzgerald valued at $29.95 each. This novel tells of the last days of Robert Louis Stevenson in Samoa, where he chose to die. Art historian Lewis Wakefield comes to Samoa more than a century later to research the painting of the Stevenson’s portrait by a long-forgotten Italian artist. To enter, tell us the name of the author who inspired this book. Win one of five copies of A Curious Life by Robert Tindle valued at $29.99 each. From the slums of his native England to front-line research institutions, relentless curiosity has guided stem-cell pioneer Robert Tindle in a remarkable career. This memoir conveys the excitement of scientific discovery and chronicles how the author’s own discoveries were used to save his daughter’s life. To enter, tell us whose life the author saved through his discoveries. Write your answer on the back of an envelope, together with your name, contact details and the title of the book you would like to win and mail to Competitions, Good Reading, 1/7 Rosebery Place, Balmain NSW 2041, or enter on our website.