Tuesday, 31 July 2018

July competition



To win a copy of L J MacWhirter's Black Snow Falling, just answer the question below in the Comments section. Then copy your answer to maryhoffman@maryhoffman.co.uk so that I can contact you for your land address if you win.

"Which book would you most miss if you had no access to it? "





Closing date: 7th August

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Good luck!

6 comments:

Claire said...

Has to be Mrs Dalloway - the book I've read the most times (apart from the Bible), and the book I used to help me relearn to read after my stroke 11 years ago (aged 43 at the time).

Michele said...

The Collected Works of Jane Austen.

(Well it's a single volume on my Kindle, so I'm going to call it a 'book'.)

Rowena House said...

Into the Woods by John Yorke. A bit sad, but hey.

AJ de Montjoie said...

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame ... childhood boat memories and 'Poop! Poop!' Toady how I loved you!

Ruan Peat said...

The Count of Monte Cristo, it came at a time when I need the life lessons and helped me move on from my childhood. I reread it every few years and wallow in the language and descriptions. despite knowing it well I would still read it again!

Felicity Eldridge said...

Probably 1066 and all that, an absolute classic!