Win: I Don't Know How She Does It

Last updated 14:17 14/12/2012
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If you like the idea of unwinding with a book this holiday season, then enter our draw to win a copy of I Don't Know How She Does It, the best-selling novel by Allison Pearson.

The novel follows the day-to-day life of busy investment banker and mum, Kate Reddy and her struggles to balance her stressful worklife with an equally demanding home life.

If you miss out on the book, you can catch the movie based on it and starring Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker, screening on Sky Movies next Wednesday, December 19 at 8.30pm.

How to enter

To enter the draw for the book just email us at with I Don't Know How She Does It in the subject line and tell us the name of the best book you've read lately.

Terms and Conditions:

Prize winners will be determined from a random draw of eligible entries received before 10am on Thursday 20 December. Only one entry per person will be accepted. Prizes cannot be exchanged for cash or other property.

Winners have to provide an address in New Zealand to send the prize to.

Employees of Fairfax New Zealand's corporate office and Fairfax Digital, and their immediate families, are not eligible for the prize. Fairfax New Zealand Limited's Managing Director, Publishing, will make a final determination if any matter is disputed.


Entries belong to Fairfax New Zealand Limited and may be used by the company for marketing and promotions.

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