Bury your nose in a good book… You could win one of 20 Penguin Random House hampers, worth R1 530 each, to make your winter extra cosy!
There’s no better way to pass the time this chilly season than by curling up with a good book. Penguin Random House has the best selection of reads – and there’s something for everyone!
6 Novels By Top Authors
In 2013, two of the most popular publishers – Penguin Books and Random House Struik – merged to become the publishing powerhouse that is Penguin Random House. The company has published the works of hundreds of authors, including 70 Nobel Prize laureates, with genres spanning adult and children’s fiction and non-fiction – in both print and digital formats.
This month we’re giving away 20 Penguin Random House book hampers, valued at R1 530 each, comprising six novels by top authors.
If you’re in the mood for a spot of crime fiction, you can’t go wrong with Blood Stone by Irna van Zyl. You’ll be enthralled by the protagonist’s crime-fighting journey that moves between Hermanus, London and Antwerp.
For a delightful family drama, pick up Patricia Schonstein’s The Inn at Helsvlakte, which is set in the Karoo-like landscape of a mythical country during a civil war.
He Started It, a psychological thriller by Samantha Downing, will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
To improve your cooking skills, All Sorts of One-Dish Wonders by Chantal Lascaris is a must. Chantal will show you how whipping up delicious meals is as easy as ‘throwing’ all your ingredients into one pot. Fewer dishes to wash? Yes, please!
And if you’re a nature lover, Rupert Watson’s Peacocks & Picathartes: Reflections on Africa’s Birdlife is a joyous and entertaining telling of the author’s encounters with various bird species, such as the Congo peacock.
And if you’re in need of parenting advice, turn to How to Raise a Man: The Modern Mother’s Guide to Parenting her Teenage Son by psychologist Megan de Beyer. She has some wonderful insight into raising a young man.
With books like these, we can’t wait to get started!
Win 1 of 20 Penguin Random House hampers, worth R1 530 each
Want to win one of these prizes? Simply answer the following question: What is the first name of the protagonist in Irna van Zyl’s novel, Blood Stone?
To find the one-word answer, turn to page 147 of the June 2020 issue of woman&home magazine.
For more on Penguin Random House and its vast collection of books, head to penguinrandomhouse.co.za.
Competition closes 30 June 2020.
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