Competition: win a copy of It’s All About Mimi

Mimi baby cartoonIf there’s one thing we all need a bit more of in dreary January, it’s laughter. Based on Denise Dorrance’s brilliant cartoons – as seen in Red, The Sunday Times and the Mail on Sunday – It’s All About Mimi is a handbag-sized (Chanel Black Coco, obviously) book of more than 100 sharp and brilliantly observed cartoons based on a die-hard fashionista and life with her new baby.

I definitely had a few people in mind when I looked through this (without naming any names) – particularly someone whose greatest fear is losing her sunglasses, whose favourite shop is ‘Bond Street’ and whose motto is “Less is more, unless we’re talking about champagne”.

It’s brilliantly entertaining and looks as stylishly simple as Mimi herself. Sporting a burnt orange cover, It’s All About Mimi would be the perfect addition to any home (or handbag) and a great gift for the woman who has everything. And it’s yours to win.

To enter, please leave a comment below saying why It’s All About Mimi would be the perfect addition to your Spring/Summer 2014 bookshelf. And for an extra entry, follow me on Twitter and retweet the competition Tweet. Closes on Friday 7th February 2014.

Good luck (dahr-ling) x

It's All About Mimi cover

Competition Terms & Conditions
1. This competition is open to all residents in the UK and ROI. 2. The last date for receipt of entries is midnight (GMT) Friday 7th February and a winner will be notified by email within seven days. 3. All valid entries received by this date will be entered into a prize draw and the winner will be chosen randomly. 4. The winning entry will receive the prize as stated on the blog post. There is no cash alternative. No bulk or third party entries will be accepted. 5. Further correspondence will not be entered into.

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24 thoughts on “Competition: win a copy of It’s All About Mimi

  1. Anna-Marie Donnelly

    I’ll put it in between my new Doctor Who novels and Stephen King…so I can have a laugh while screaming for my life and travelling the universe..sorted!

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