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There is nothing like a good book...

Win this original watercolour sketch for Easter

We don't have an Easter egg for you, but to brighten your day during these challenging times, we are holding another competition.

We are giving away this watercolour sketch of The Reader.


The Reader watercolour, image size 40cm x 32cm

The Reader is a recent watercolour study, featuring a solitary woman enjoying her favourite book.
Perhaps you have picked up a new book or revisited an old favourite these days to take your mind of the current uncertainties?

We would like to know which book brightened your day, recently or in the past. Tell us here in this blog and we will enter you into a draw to win Theo's watercolour sketch of The Reader.

How to enter the free draw

Simply leave a comment below with your favourite book recommendation, and why the book is important to you.

A winner will be drawn on Easter Sunday, the 10th of April and announced here in this blog. Good luck!

CONGRATULATIONS TO TINA ADAMIDOU our winner of this competition.
Her book recommendation: Bitter Lemons by Lawrence Durrell

 



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  • Marios Liassides on

    The Fastest Billion. It explains about the emerging markets and how they can be the growth engines of the world economies.

  • Ade Berry on

    I think my favourite book of all time was Papillon (The Butterfly), later made into a film with Steve McQueen.
    It showed that perseverance makes all things possible. I have read it about four times and I have watched the film many times over.

  • Andy Georgiou on

    Beautiful lady, beautiful gothic window at Bellapais.
    Must be reading Dangerous Liaisons.

  • Philip Lewis on

    I have just finished Awaken Your Godly Brain by Charles Gant MD, PHD. The link between brain chemistry and function.
    In these trouble times I have found it very uplifting for me. Learnt a fair few words as I stopped started to read, like psychobabble.

  • Maggie Stubbings on

    Cider with Rosie by Laurie Lee
    Read this book when I was at school and was wowed by his wondeful descriptive text. Have read this book over and over again and also all his other books most of which are autobiographical.



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