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Win a collection of fabulous local books published by Paul Dickson Books

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Win a collection of fabulous local books published by Paul Dickson Books

All Things Norfolk has teamed up with Paul Dickson Books to give you a chance to win a collection of fabulous local books.

Paul Dickson Books is an independent Publishing House in Norwich, working with Norfolk writers and titles include Ink in my Blood - my half centiry in newspapers by Neil Haverson which was finalist in the East Anglian Book Awards 2018, Biography and Memoir.

Paul and his team have put together the following package of books as a prize to the lucky winner and there is something here for all members of the family to enjoy:

 A Moment in Time by Peter Sargent  - 50 Stories that bring East Anglian history to life

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A Place in History, 50 more East Anglian moments in time by Peter Sargent - Join author Peter Sargent on a 2,000-year journey through East Anglia's colourful and varied history

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Anglian Annals, More Moments in Time by Peter Sargent - Come on a whistle stop tour of East Anglian history with Peter Sargent, as he presents 50 more short stories guaranteed to both entertain and inform.

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Ink in my Blood - My half century in newspapers by Neil Haverson -  Finalist East Anglian Book Awards 2018, Biography and Memoir. Join Neil Haverson on his 50-year ride through the Norfolk and Suffolk newspaper industry

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On The Edge by Tony Ashman -  On The Edge - Will Alice Trust Her Instincts To Unravel The Truth?  A novel by Tony Ashman. 

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Miracle in Kigali : The Rwandan Genocide – a survivor's journey - authors Illuminée Nganemariya and Paul Dickson  - Illuminée existed for 100 days in the living hell of Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, after watching her husband be dragged away to be killed by friends who had celebrated their wedding with them a month earlier. She embarked on a horrific journey through the Genocide, with her baby strapped to her back – their survival was a miracle. Illuminée and Roger moved to the UK in September 1996 and have built a new life in Norwich.miracle420.jpg

 

Curly Sheep's Bad Hair Day by Sandra Derry - Curly Sheep's Bad Hair Day. Debut children's book from Norwich author, Sandra Derry

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Molly Moo the independent cow by Sandra Derry -  Molly Moo the independent cow, is a children's book for ages 3-8 written and illustrated by Norfolk artist Sandra Derry.

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To be in with chance of winning this fabulous collection of books please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. stating which of the books you are looking forward to reading the most if you won the competition

Congratulations to Janet R of Norwich who won this competition

Please put "Paul Dickson Books Competition" in the title of the e-mail and include your name and address. The competition closes at 6pm on Saturday 27th June 2020 and the winner will be the first name drawn by random by the All Things Norfolk Team after the competition deadline. The winner will be notified by e-mail and only 1 entry per person, no cash equivalent.

All of these wonderful books can be purchased online in Paul Dickson Books Store within the All Things Norfolk Shop by clicking here - all with free postage and packaging

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