Good Reading : July 2011
WWW.GOODREADINGMAGAZINE.COM GOOD READING JULY 2011 20 COMPETITIONS HIDE AND SEEK! Win one of 10 copies of A Decline in Prophets by S D Gentill valued $29.99 each! The second instalment in the ’Rowland Sinclair’ series promises to be a thrilling ride. This month gr and Pantera Press are giving you the chance to win a copy by taking on our challenge. There are five of the above symbols (to the right of the word ‘Win!) hidden throughout this issue of the magazine and five hidden within the pages of our website. To enter you need to find all 10 symbols and send us the page names or numbers they are on. The one on this page doesn’t count! Write your answers and contact details on the back of an envelope and send it to ‘Decline in Prophets Symbol Competition’ GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 or enter online at www.goodreadingmagazine.com.au Win one of 10 copies of Heartland: On the side of angels an exciting new novel by Terri Sedmak, valued at $32.95 each. When 20-year-old Kelley Keaton returns home after five years in New York, she discovers home is not the place it used to be. Her family and friends have changed and a sinister murder sets in motion events that will change Kelley’s life. Set in Wyoming in 1883, Heartland: On the side of angels is the first novel in the ‘Liberty & Property Legends’ series by new Australian author Terri Sedmak. To enter, tell us the name of the series this book is a part of. Write your answer and contact details on the back of an envelope and send it to ‘Heartland Competition’ GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 or enter online at www.goodreadingmagazine.com.au Winoneof5 copies of The Last Pearling Lugger by Mark Dodd, valued at $34.99 each. The Last Pearling Lugger encompasses it all: the cramped camaraderie of life on a small wooden lugger, what it is like to be 40 metres down on the sea floor at the end of precarious length of air hose, and searching for shell while keeping an eye out for tiger sharks. As the pearling industry changes, along with Broome itself, Mark Dodd witnesses the change, and this book is a tribute to an industry and a wonderfully nostalgic account of a way of life that no longer exists. To enter, tell us where the story is set. Write your answer and contact details on the back of an envelope and send it in to ‘Pearling Lugger Competition’ GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 or enter online at www.goodreadingmagazine.com.au . Win one of 5 twin passes to a production of Rising Water courtesy of the Melbourne Theatre Company! In his first play award-winning writer Tim Winton brings to the stage all the humanity, larrikin humour and unsentimental pathos for which his novels are so well loved. On his shambles of a yacht in the marina, Baxter watches his wreck of a life fall with the tide. It’s Australia Day and his plan had been to get so thoroughly shickered that he’d be past caring by the time the fireworks start. And, when he’s some way down the road to that ambition, an English backpacker called Dee turns up, swearing a blue streak and threatening to rock his boat. To enter, tell us the name of the award-winning creator of this play. Write your answer and contact details on the back of an envelope and send it to ‘Rising Water Competition’ GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 or enter online at www.goodreadingmagazine.com.au. Win one of four Rosnay Wines gift vouchers valued at $80 each! The beginnings of Rosnay Wines are a classic Australian tale of tradition, multiculturalism and environmental passion. It’s the blend of decades of experience in farming without chemicals and an old family tradition of growing grapes in the French Beaujolais style. Former wool and cattle producers from Barraba, in northern NSW, Richard and Florence Statham moved to what is now ‘Rosnay’ in 1995, after searching south-east Australia in search of the best site for a new vineyard and olive grove. You can read more about Rosnay at www.rosnay.blogspot.com To enter, tell us who founded Rosnay. Write your answer and contact details on the back of an envelope and send it to ‘Rosnay Wines Competition’ GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 or enter online at www.goodreadingmagazine.com.au Win one of 10 copies of IAmGodby European thriller writing sensation Giorgio Faletti, valued at $24.99 each. The explosion of a 22-storey building, followed by the casual discovery of a letter, lead the police to face up to a dreadful reality: some of New York’s buildings were mined at the time of their construction. But which ones? And how many? A young female detective who hides her personal demons behind a tough facade, and a former press photographer with a past he’d rather forget are the only hope of stopping this psychopath. A man who does not claim responsibility for his actions. A man who believes himself to be God. To enter, tell us how many storeys the building that exploded had. Write your answer and contact details on the back of an envelope and send it to ‘I Am God Competition’ GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 or enter online at www.goodreadingmagazine.com.au . WIN!