Win a copy of ‘Tales of a Midwife’ by Maria Anderson.

Ends 28th May 2012

More Than Mummies are delighted to giveaway a copy of ‘Tales of a Midwife’ by Maria Anderson, published by Headline.

 

 

 “A heart warming account of life as a midwife, from Maria deciding to become a midwife at 15 after her youngest brother was born to fainting during the first three labours she attended as a student. The journey sees Maria transform into an assured and accomplished midwife. ”

Click here to read our review of Tales of a Midwife

Available on Amazon

 

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1. The competition is open to all our readers UK and international.

2. Entry to the competition is by completing and submitting the above contact form.

3. The competition is free to enter.

4. Entries must be submitted by no later than Midnight on the 28th May 2012. Entries received after this time will not be entered in our competition.

5. The prizes will be as stated. The prizes cannot be transferred and there is no cash alternative. The prize includes P&P

6. There will be only one winner and the winner will be selected at random.

7. The winners will be notified within 14 days of the close of the competition by email, as per the contact details provided in their entry. Please make sure the email address provided is correct. After being contacted by email the winner will have 30 days to claim their prize. If no claim is received then another winner will be selected at random. Unsuccessful entrants will not be contacted.

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Comments

  1. Sarah Hill says:

    Sounds like an amazing book!