E-Book Review Volume 1
THE e-BOOK REVIEW
Win a pdf e-book of award-winning writer,
Gurmeet Mattu’s romantic comedy novel,
The Stormer by answering our 10 easy
writing-related questions. The competition
is open until October 28th and answers
should be sent in the body of an email to
‘Competition’ as the subject line. The
winner will be selected from the collected
Struggling artist, Hugh, thinks he’s made it when
he’s commissioned to paint a mural on the gable
end wall of a tenement building in his beloved
correct answers and announced in the next
issue. Editor’s decision is final and no
correspondence will be entered into.
1. Who created Sherlock Holmes?
He paints a nude of his first love, Davina. But she’s
married to senior policeman, Crawford, now and
he’s not happy about this portrayal of his wife. He
sets police unit The Mad Skwad the task of sorting
Hugh out, and has him barred from all the city’s
2. What does PDF stand for?
3. What nationality was the creator of
4. Who is the hero of The Da Vinci Code?
Enter a whimsical world where romantic ideals meet
sheer idiocy, populated by a biker called Midden, a
tramp called The Shame, a gang leader called Slab
and a gorgeous, naked, redhead called The
5. What does the K. In J.K. Rowling’s
name stand for?
6. Which company sells the Kindle?
7. Which author took the top 3 spots in
USA Today’s Bestselling Books list of
The Sunday Times called the stage version “…an
off-beat romantic comedy, full of incident, colour and
And Jedward from Authonomy wrote, “The Stormer
is absolutely marvellous. It should be on the best
seller list (and perhaps one fine day will be!) The
writing is superb and light and joyous and hilarious.
You are proof that the genius of the writer shows
through his work.”
8. On which Philip K. Dick book is the SF
movie Blade Runner based?
9. Who wrote Oliver Twist?
10. What was the first James Bond
While Francesco wrote, “ When I finished this I sat
around trying to think of something that was as origi-
nal and funny as the text I'd just read...I failed. This
is written with a pacy, easy prose; its full of clever
conversation and is very entertaining.”