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*Good Reading Magazine - 2 Competitions*
WOL, Entry: W M, Freq: Unlimited, Ended 28/02

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rychbytch - 2-2-2009 @ 03:18 AM

Win a copy of 'A Most Immoral Woman'
This month, 10 lucky readers could each win a copy of A Most Immoral Woman by Linda Javin, valued at $32.99 each.
It is 1904. At the age of forty-two, the handsome Australian journalist George Morrison is considered the most eligible Western bachelor in China. Pne night Morrison encounters Mae Perkins, the ravishing and free-spirited daughter of a California millionaire, and a turbulent affair begins. War, meanwhile, has broken out between Russia and Japan after domination over noth-east China, and Morrison is inexorably involved. Inspired by a true story, A Most Immoral Woman is a witty and erotic tale of Westerners in China and Japan at the turn of the 20th Century.

To enter, tell us how old George Morrison is.
Answer: 42

Write your answer and your name and contact details on the back of an envelope and mail it to 'A Most Immoral Woman Competition', GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001 or enter below.

'Pass It On' Project
This month, Rowena will be reading Shogun by James Clavell and the woman who suggested it, Kerry Green, will be reading Rowena's copy of Let Me Sing You Gentle Songs. You can be a part of this by writing to us and telling us which book you've loved and that you feel didn't get the recognition it deserved. Rowena will pic one to read herself, before sending it out to another gr reader. Two gr readers will be selected to read either Let Me Sing You Gentle Songs after Kerry, or Shogun after Rowena. Send your suggestions (100 words or less) to 'Pass it on Project', GPO Box 3835 Sydney NSW 2001, or enter below.


Terms and conditions
TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Information on how to enter and prizes form part of these conditions. 2. The promoter is Good Reading Magazine Pty Ltd. 3. Entry is open to all residents of Australia. 4. Entries must be made between 01/02/09 and 28/02/09 and be sent to Good Reading Magazine, GPO Box 3835, Sydney NSW 2001 or entries can be made at 5. The draws will take place on 1/03/09. 6. Prizes cannot be transferred or redeemed for cash. 7. The promoter accepts no responsibility for late, lost or misdirected mail. 8. Any change in the value of the prizes between the publishing date and the date the prizes are claimed is not the responsibility of the promoter. 9 Winning entries will be those that are judged to have the correct or best answers. 10. The winners will be notified by mail and their names will be published in the April 2009 issue of Good Reading and on the Good Reading website during March 2009.

mkelly3238 - 18-2-2009 @ 10:50 PM

thanks for the post.

lukecath - 27-2-2009 @ 10:00 PM

thanks :)

Kibby - 31-3-2009 @ 07:47 AM

thanks got a book today