Win a copy of The Mummyfesto

Jess McGlynnMarch 9, 2013

So here it is, my last competition of my World Book Day blog hop.  We’ve had some brilliant ones over the past week and I’d like to say thank you to everyone who has entered!  Also, to all those who joined in with the blog hop too.  It was great to see so many blogs taking part.  

The blog hop and the competitions are still open so there’s still time to join in if you’d like to!  Remember that the post can be anything related to World Book Day even if it’s just a post letting us all know whether you celebrated it or forgot about it!

Back to the competition and Quercus Books have kindly offered one copy of The Mummyfesto!

If you haven’t yet heard of The Mummyfesto, here’s a short snippet from the press release:

Adaptable.  Dependable.  Good at clearing up mess.  Surely being a mum is perfect training to run the country…?
When Sam, Jackie and Anna successfully campaign to save their children’s school lollipop lady, a TV reporter asks them if they fancy standing in the general election.
It is, of course, a crazy idea: Sam’s youngest son has an incurable disease, Jackie is desperate for another child and her mum is struggling with Alzheimer’s, Anna’s teenagers – and marriage – are in danger of going off the rails.
But sometimes the craziest ideas turn out to be the best.  And just think what the three women could achieve if they did get into power…

Funny and thought-provoking, THE MUMMYFESTO is the perfect Mother’s Day read.

If you ‘d like to enter to win a copy of The Mummyfesto, please use the rafflecopter below.

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