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Competition – ‘Trinity’ by Nigel May


Last year I reviewed ‘Trinity’ by Nigel May.  To read it click on the link below:-


Nigel May is a TV presenter and journalist. He regularly presents on UK shopping channels where he has built up a substantial fan base. He has also featured on Channel 4, C5, ITV and broadcast live from America.

As a writer he has written for many of the UK’s most successful magazines and newspapers, specialising in showbiz and celebrity, as well as writing on subjects ranging from relationships through to travel. He is also one of the UK’s most popular craft personalities, having launched his own successful range, A-May-Zing.

10 lucky people have a chance of winning an eBook copy of ‘Trinity’.  To enter this competition, please leave a comment telling me which book(s) you are currently reading or are planning to read soon.

Please note: You need to have a Kindle or a Kindle reading app.


Terms and Conditions

This competition is open to UK residents only.

The closing date is 11:59 p.m. on the 20th January 2014.

Winners will be notified within 7 days and their email addresses will be passed on to Nigel May.


Good luck!  🙂

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26 thoughts on “Competition – ‘Trinity’ by Nigel May

  1. Janet Emson on said:

    I’m currently reading Someone Else’s Skin by Sarah Hilary and Finding George Orwell in Burma by Emma Larkin 🙂


  2. Sandra Clarke on said:

    I’ve just started reading Stop The Clock by Alison Mercer.


  3. caroline Hooper on said:

    I’m just reading John Grisham ,The Rackateer


  4. sarah craggs on said:

    Im reading life, death and vanilla slices by jenny eclaire…its fab!


  5. Penny parker on said:

    Hi, I’m reading “a dog called Des” about the life changing experience of a blind man on getting his Guide Dog. I met this Dog and his owner at the 2012 Guide Dog awards which was an amazing night. I’m a guide dog puppy walker and to know I’m part of this type of life changing experience is the most amazing feeling, but in the early hours nursing a sick little puppy you need a good book to keep you awake!


  6. I’m currently reading Jodi Picoult – The Storyteller. I watch Nigel regularly on Create and Craft Tv and he is one of my absolute favourites and would love to read his book 😀


  7. I’m reading The White Queen by Philippa Gregory after watching this on T.V. I had to read the book now I’m looking forward to the rest


  8. Elizabeth Lloyd on said:

    just about to start the Dexter series by Jeff Lindsay, then start on John Grisham hopefully


  9. I’m reading Crewel World by Monica Ferris. Nigel is my favourite presenter, there are some that make me switch channels, there is no need to be nasty to the crew and Magic Hands is not an errant child!


  10. Jennifer B on said:

    Just starting
    › Muriel Bolger


  11. I am currently reading The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen, it is very complex, and all around a man who has Parkinson’s and his disfunctional grown up family.


  12. Karen Thompson on said:

    I am currently reading Him and Me, Jack and Michael Whitehall’s autobiography.


  13. May Willavoys on said:

    I’m notat this moment as I’ve been crafting ,my reading is across the board ,the reason that I would like to read this book is that I would like to see if I like his stories ,as a fan of Nigel .i like reading who done its mostly


  14. lindarumsey on said:

    I’ve just read your review and this book sounds great! I’m currently reading An Echo in the Bone, the seventh book in the Diana Gabaldon outlander series.


  15. Hi, right now I’m reading Broken by Clair Hill. This is a crime novel about a twisted individual who thinks that he can ‘fix’ disabled people and kidnaps Bradley, an 11 year old Down’s Syndrome boy. The hero is an ex detective Inspector, Jim Fielding, who had to leave the force following a car crash in which he lost his legs.


  16. nona39 on said:

    I have just started reading Eric Ambler’s Journey into Fear on my laptop, but I have also got Listen For The Donkey Bells a personal memoir by Mabel Sheldon recorded and transcribe by Barbara Hulse on my phone. 🙂 Might just have to make sure I get both books onto both devices 😀 Looking forward to being in with a chance to win Nigel’s book 🙂 Thank you x


  17. Lynda Kelly on said:

    Trinity sounds an interesting read and not very “blokey” so should be intriguing. I’m reading one called Adam’s Woods by Greg Walker and next will probably be Close My Eyes by Sophie McKenzie.


  18. Jane Wells on said:

    I’m reading A Tap on the Window by Linwood Barclay. Full of suspense.


  19. I’m currently reading an ARC of a book called Archetype – It’s very interesting, and not one I would have necessarily picked myself which is always good!


  20. Susan Buchanan on said:

    I’m still reading Christmas books! Coming Home for Christmas by Jenny Hale, then on to Calling All Services by Tara Ford.


  21. Rachel Hornbuckle on said:

    Just finished Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding. Really enjoyed it as I too was widowed young and have had to start all over again. Am getting married in August and I’m so excited.


  22. Lorraine. Morris on said:

    Been a fan of Nigel May for a long time. Have read bits of the book & found it so entertaining, Now want to read the complete book………..


  23. Andrea Robindon on said:

    I’m presently studying. I plan to catch up and read fifty shade of grey collection.


  24. Thanks to everyone who took part in my competition! 🙂

    I have picked the winners and informed them so do check your inboxes. I will be passing on your details to Nigel May who will send each of the winners a gift certificate so that they can download a copy of his book.

    Happy reading!!

    Sonya x


  25. Thankyou SO much, Sonya. What a lovely surprise. I just received my email and downloaded my copy. I really appreciate being selected.


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