Win Your Fortune in Prizes
version available from online book stores (prices vary)
Competition promoters give away thousands of pounds
prizes every day in prize competitions.
All you have to
do is discover the
enter. Sounds too
good to be true? You're waiting for a catch!
Well, there isn't one.
You simply enter prize competitions. You'll find
On entry forms in high street stores,
on-packs and bottles, at garden centres,
travel terminals, on coasters in bars and
restaurants and in newspapers, magazines and on
radio and TV.
You can spend as little or as much time on this hobby as
you wish. It's one you can pick up and put
down at leisure. Although when
you win a holiday
mingling with millionaires in Monaco, like I did
writing ONE apt word in a building society magazine
competition, you won't want to abandon this
Win Your Fortune in Prizes has an inspirational or
entertaining article at the end
of each of its 10
1. Road to riches
2. Tackling Tasks with winning tips
3. Write winning words
4. Golden nuggets of winning ideas
5. Pack a pun-ch with puns
6. Sparkling slogans 50+ styles
7. Beginner to winner
8. You be the judge - judging secrets
9. Motor-vated to win
10. Win-spiration and anecdotes
'Dear Lynne, thank you very much for
sending Win Your Fortune in Prizes, so promptly.
Housework has been on hold for the last few days since
it arrived! I simply couldn't
put it down. It's the most useful comping book I've ever
read and I'm sure it will be my constant companion from
now on. Thank you for sharing all those tips for
success. I found it really inspiring - isn't it a
wonderful hobby? The thing that really shone through was
your enthusiasm and a genuine wish to share your good
fortune with others. Many thanks, Lynne, you're a real
treasure!' Mrs E. J. UK
Lynne, Thank you for your
prompt reply. I already have one of your books (my
comping bible!) and even
took it with me on a trip to Singapore recently.
I have already won some make-up, a curling iron,
and $2,300.00 AUS. Yesterday I received a phone call
from a company who wanted to check my 2 lots of product
barcodes. They wouldn’t tell me what I won but I think
I’ve won 1 or 2
DVD players! I’ll know for sure when my
long white envelope comes in the mail.
I haven’t won anything with my '25 words or
less', but I’m still trying.
Isn’t life great? Kindest
When you win a trip to Australia, let me know, as I’d
love to meet you.' CZ
About the author Lynne Suzanne
Lynne Suzanne is often asked to give her expert advice
on winning prize competitions, puns, slogan writing and
the power of belief and luck.
Lynne's wins include world-wide
holidays to South Africa, Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls,
Grasse, Nice, Cannes and Monaco, Amsterdam, Cyprus,
Miami and the Bahamas, Margarita and Venezuela's Angel
Falls, and other exciting prizes including two cars.
Lynne is a professional writer with published features
in the Sunday Mirror Personal magazine, Active
Life, Belfast Telegraph, Newcastle Chronicle,
Chester Chronicle, Grimsby Telegraph, the Daily
Mail's long running Competitors Corner and
sundry other periodicals.
Lynne met Professor Richard Wiseman, who is based at
Hertfordshire University, on the BBC's Good Morning
programme a few years ago to talk about luck and
chance. Lynne was invited to take part in Professor
Wiseman's The Luck Factor research into lucky
people with an appearance in the BBC's Out of this
World programme. Lynne is
a firm believer in making your own luck and the power of
belief and positive thinking.
Other TV appearances
include: BBC Everyone's a Winner; Channel 4’s Big Breakfast;
Maths 4 Real; For the Love of and
Richard & Judy. ITV's Chance in a Million;
Yorkshire TV’s Calendar News; Granada TV’s
This Morning; ITV’s The Time, The Place;
Ulster TV’s Kelly Show; Central TV’s Winners;
Zee TV; Granada Breeze Livetime, Carlton TV's
Nice Little Earners, UK Horizon's Dishing
the Dirt and GMTV's LK Today.
Her most memorable TV appearances were winning an
audition to read the weather on Granada TV's This
Morning floating weather map at Albert Dock
and singing (terribly out-of-tune) the chorus of
American Pie with Don McLean on Big Breakfast.
But that's another story!