In our February issue of LifeStyle QLD Magazine we are giving away 4 great books.
CODE WORD: TUCK
Easy recipes for delicious, hearty, comfort food to be shared with family and friends.
A hearty appetite will only settle for hearty food.
Tuck In is a cookbook for every occasion. With recipes for simple weekday fare, special meals for friends and family, dishes to roll out at weekend barbecues and mouth-watering desserts – Ross Dobson has all the bases covered. From revamped old favourites to international taste sensations, these are easy, delicious, flavoursome recipes that you’ll be sure to return to again and again. Tuck in! (Murdoch Books)
THE SHAPE OF US
CODE WORD: SHAPE
Four different women. Same big problem. One magical solution? Mezz is overweight and overworked, Jewels is fat and fabulous but wants a baby, Ellie’s life may look perfect online but she’s lonely and Kat wants to lose the baby weight.
When Mezz, Jewels, Ellie and Kat meet in an online weight-loss forum, a common goal accelerates their friendship. As the kilos start to disappear but their problems don’t, they begin to realise that weight-loss might not be the key to happiness, but that supporting and believing in the ones you love, and yourself, just might be. (Pan Macmillan)
CODE WORD: TRIBE
Tribe is a look at post-traumatic stress disorder and the challenges veterans face returning to society. Sebastian Junger argues that the problem lies not with vets or with the trauma they’ve suffered, but with the society to which they are trying to return. We have a strong instinct to belong to small groups defined by clear purpose and understanding – to ‘tribes’.
This tribal connection has been largely lost in society, so Sebastian Junger demonstrates that regaining it may be the key to both veterans and our own psychological survival. (4th Estate, London)
HOW TO BLITZ NITS
CODE WORD: NITS
A witty yet practical guide to defeating the ten most common childhood ‘nasties’. The all-seeing, all-knowing powerhouse that is Mumsnet brings you the ultimate pocket guide to the most testing of childhood ailments, leaving you armed and ready for combat whenever the likes of mini-beasts, bacteria and viruses strike (too often all at once). Brimming with first-hand experience, this little book is full of tips ranging from how to deal with a poonami to how to be your child’s bedtime hero, all accompanied by wry words of hope and encouragement. (Bloomsbury Publishing)
All you need to do is click on the link below and fill in your details.
Don’t forget the codewords for which book you would like to win.
Entries close 27th February 2018. Prizes to be picked up from our office in Ipswich CBD between Mon-Thu 8.30am – 4.30pm and cannot be posted.