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16 lucky winners will receive a copy of Em Rusciano’s fabulous new book Try Hard valued at $32.99.

Funny, feisty and fabulous, Em Rusciano’s insights into her world of mayhem, marriage and motherhood are a laugh-out-loud, cry-out-loud balm for the soul.

From her exploits at the Miss Sheila Fancypants School of Dance and her efforts to secure a solo at her end-of-year performance, to embracing the spotlight as an Australian Idol contestant and her deep and abiding love for John Farnham, Em Rusciano is a self-confessed bottomless pit of anxiety with a taste for glitter.

This all-singing, all-dancing, all-emoting, leopard-print clad warrior is fearless, fabulous and pants-wettingly funny. Her words on the page are silly and sacred, bawdy and heartfelt. The stuff of life.

Try Hard is her story.

Because she is. And she does.

 

Please note this competition is open from 9 November 2016 until 9 December 2016 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. L. Chawner - NSW
  2. A. Deacon - QLD
  3. K. Kaesehagen - SA
  4. J. Stephens - VIC
  5. M. Hammond - QLD
  6. K. Lambert - VIC
  7. I. Lynagh - NSW
  8. C. Teresa - NSW
  9. K. Ferrari - VIC
  10. R. McMurray - QLD
  11. K. Henry - VIC
  12. S. Pepper - WA
  13. H. Smith - NSW
  14. T. Azevedo - WA
  15. J. Spear - VIC
  16. S. Fenner - WA
  • Saved my two year old sister from choking to death had large round lolly stuck in her throat. I was 15, given to her by sister 9, tipped her upside down, thumped back, finger finally moved it. Mum & Dad came home, but were very ho-hum the drama !!


  • Felt most fabulous at my wedding to the man of my dreams and then felt my most fierce when I was advocating for my premature son in the NICU. True mamma bear stuff right there!


  • Now. I’m being positive and I’m attracting more positivity into my life. I feel good and I’m looking after myself instead of constantly worrying about what everyone else thinks.


  • When I finished having kids after 4 pregnancies and breastfeeding a night out with the girls is what the doctor ordered..


  • At my 30th Birthday as I’d bought a stunning dress and actually spent money on myself for once! i went all out on hair, nails, makeup, shoes, jewelry! It was an amazing night and I felt fierce little nothing could stop me and fabulous!


  • When I realised the guy I had lusted over for 2 years had left his girlfriend, for me! Married now…………….


  • When I got promoted to a manager over someone else and then did a fabulous job (:


  • Going to my high school reunion as l got teased in school and everyone was shocked as l have turned into a swan


  • As a single mum taking her thirteen year old daughter around Europe. “You can’t do that on your own it’s not safe” they said, “Barcelona is full of pickpockets!” Just watch me: And just like that our passion for travel began.


  • I’ve already read this – the winners should enjoy it!


  • i went on a date after having two babies with my husband and i dont care who you are that skinny feeling you get after having a baby is amazing it gives you that fierce and fabulous feeling within myself


  • When my son was being bullied at his previous school I felt very fierce for becoming his advocate. Being a mum brings out my brave side. Since moving him to his current school I always feel fabulous as I see him happy which makes me happy!!


  • I feel my fiercest times are when fighting for the rights of my children. The only time I felt fabulous was when I married and had my wonderful boys


  • When I have had to fight for my children at school when they have been wrongly punished. I was told not to come near their teachers to only go to the office if I had any concerns as the teacher said I had been very angry.


  • when I fight the public health system and make myself heard so that no one else becomes misdiagnosed with a weird condition as mine. And to keep on fighting and being fierce.


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