Thank you all for entering! Entrants were allocated a number and randomly drawn using ... some random number generator I Googled. Winning numbers were 6, 1 and 5, which correspond to Jen, Kevin and Kel. Congrats and DM or email your addresses, guys!
(COMPETITION NOW CLOSED)
time, coeliac and gluten-free folks. I’ve got three copies of my coeliac book
to give away to readers and followers. No other reason than to celebrate sales recently
topping fifteen hundred copies, and to say thanks for stopping by at the blog
over the years (all that and because I’ve got too many of them knocking about taking
up space …).
What you need to know was released last year and was shortlisted for the Guild of Health Writers health book of the year, 2012. It’s got all the key
essentials about testing, diagnosis, labelling, nutrition, health, lifestyle
and much more besides, plus it has an extensive resources section. You can
learn more about it and see some reviews from bloggers, nutrition experts and other reviewers by clicking here.
a/ first, be
following me on Twitter, or following as a member of this blog (right hand column,
scroll down a bit), or else like my Facebook page;
b/ then, leave a
simple comment to this post. Identify yourselves, with your name,
preferably with an easy means of contact – give your Twitter handle, the URL of
your blog or site if it has a contact form, or your email address if you’re
happy to post it. No anonymous entries, please.
Deadline is Sunday 21st October, midnight. I’ll allocate
you a number corresponding to the order in which your comment appears, and I’ll
use a random number generator to ‘draw’ winners next Monday morning, the 22nd October, and then
announce them both here and on Twitter, ask winners to email me their
addresses, and I’ll post out books next week.
All the typical
T&Cs apply: one entry per person, no cash alternatives and … I’ll no doubt
think of others during the week that I've forgotten. If you have a question, please email me
through my website: only leave a comment if you are entering.
Thanks for all your comments to my previous post asking for suggestions to pass
to supermarkets for gluten-free, dairy-free and allergy-friendly lunch (and
other) options. Hope to get comments out to the relevant bodies this week, and to
have responses by sometime in November.
Labels: Coeliac Disease: What You Need to Know