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To celebrate the release of The Hex Factor by Harriet Goodwin,
one very lucky reader has the chance to win a magical trip to see Wicked! The Musical in London’s West End, followed by a meal at Pizza Express!
Xanthe Fox can’t wait to turn thirteen,
but as the big day arrives, life seems to be getting more and more complicated.
Her long-time enemy, Kelly, is making trouble for her at school, her teachers are threatening to expel her, even her best friend is acting strangely. And on top of it all, Xanthe can’t banish the mysterious glowing Xs that keep appearing in front of her eyes.
In need of some friendly advice, Xanthe asks Grandma Alice for help. However, the old lady has a secret that will change her granddaughter’s world forever.
Because Xanthe isn’t a normal teenager; she’s a witch. And evil is just around the corner...
So I'm guessing you're eager to know how you can win this fabulous prize and help celebrate the release of The Hex Factor by award winning author Harriet Goodwin?
Ok - it's easy. Here's what to do!
To be in with a chance of winning, put yourself in Xanthe’s shoes and answer the following question in no more than 100 words…
If you were Xanthe at the end of the book, what would be your next entry in your secret diary?
To enter the competition you'll need to visit Harriet Goodwin's website and leave your answer in the form you'll find by following the link.
Deadline for entries is Friday 30th November 2012.
Remember to include your name and phone number. The winner must be available to travel to London to watch the 2.30pm performance of Wicked! on Saturday 29th December 2012.
Winners under the age of 16 should be accompanied to the performance by a parent or guardian.
Reasonable train travel expenses within the UK to and from Central London will be reimbursed by the publisher. However, they are unable to provide accommodation for the winner and their guest.
Harriet Goodwin visited tall tales & short stories as a debut author with her first book The Boy Who Fell Down Exit 43
Harriet also offered advice on self-editing