Good Reading : March 2018
This beautiful book looks at the stories, accomplishments and adventures of many brilliant women from throughout history. Travel through the Underground Railroad with the brave and courageous Harriet Tubman, turn the pages of the hauntingly brilliant Frankenstein with the incredibly talented Mary Shelley and prepare yourself for an unforgettable journey through history with these and many other remarkable women. Overflowing with vibrant and beautiful illustrations and wonderfully engaging text, Fantastically Great Women Who Made History is a celebration of just some of the inspirational women who put their mark on the world we live in. To enter, tell us the name of one of the women featured in this book. GOODREADINGMAGAZINE.COM.AU GOOD READING MARCH 2018 62 Win one of five copies of Fantastically Great Women Who Made History by Kate Pankhurst, valued at $14.99 each. Win one of five copies of What The Light Reveals by Mick McCoy, valued at $29.99 each. Competitions TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. Entry is open to all residents of Australia and New Zealand from 1 to 31 March 2018. 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 from the competition on 2 April 2018 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 April 2018. Visit our Facebook page for more great competitions! Anne Aly, Liz Byrski, Sarah Drummond, Mehreen Faruqi, Goldie Goldbloom, Krissy Kneen, Jeanine Leane, Brigid Lowry and Pat Mamanyjun Torres are among 15 voices recounting what it is like to be a woman on the other side of 40. These are stories of identity and survival and a celebration of getting older and wiser, and becoming more certain of who you are and where you want to be. To enter, tell us how many writers have contributed their stories to this book. Win one of five copies of Women of a Certain Age, valued at $24.99 each. Conrad is falsely accused of passing military secrets to the Russians. His life and that of his family are turned upside down by discrimination and fear. Unemployed, misrepresented by the media, betrayed by relatives and threatened by strangers, Conrad sees no choice but to uproot his family from their homeland to start a new life in Moscow. It is also the story of Ruby, of her and Conrad’s adopted son, Alex, and their biological son, Peter, and of the tension and intrigue that confronts them and shapes their lives in two countries. Russia lives and breathes in McCoy’s superb evocation of it, but Australia is never far away. As Peter says, ‘Tell me again why we’re still here?’ To enter, tell us which country Conrad was accused of passing military secrets to. Enter gr’s competitions for the chance to win three newly released books this month! HOW TO ENTER 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. Enter gr’s competitions for the chance to win three newly released books this month!