Literary Blog Hop Giveaway: november 2014

literarybloghopnovember

So excited to be part of the Literary Blog Hop again!

I have 7 great novels, mostly historical fiction,  to offer you.
I will choose 2 winners, so spread the word!

Please click on the book cover or link to know more about them:

Meadowlark The Third Son

1. Meadowlark, by Dawn Wink – paperback, brand new condition, signed by the author to my name
2. The Third Son, by Julie Wu – paperback, ARC, brand new condition

  Age of Desire The Crown

3. Age of Desire, by Jennie Fields – paperback, brand new condition
4. The Crown, by Nancy Bilyeau – paperback, brand new condition

  Wharf of Chartrons cover  The Lost Duchess

5. The Wharf of Chartrons, by Jean-Paul Malaval – paperback, ARC, brand new condition
6. The Lost Duchess, by Jenny Barden – paperback, brand new condition

The Reader

7. The Reader, by Bernhard Schlink – – paperback, slightly used, very good condition

FOR A CHANCE TO WIN ,
JUST CLICK ON THE ENTRY FORM HERE BELOW

Entry-Form

Sorry, this is just open to US residents.

Be sure to go visit all the other participants,
there are lots of goodies to win,
some are open internationally!

 And be sure to visit all the blogs participating in the Literary Blog Hop Giveaway, for many more chances to win awesome books!

  1. Leeswammes
  2. Read Her Like an Open Book (US/CA)
  3. My Book Self (N. Am.)
  4. The Book Stop
  5. My Book Retreat (US)
  6. Books in the Burbs (US)
  7. Guiltless Reading
  8. Word by Word
  9. Juliet Greenwood
  10. BooksandLiliane
  11. Words for Worms (US)
  12. The Relentless Reader
  13. The Misfortune of Knowing
  14. The Friday Morning Bookclub (US)
  15. Readerbuzz
  16. Lavender Likes, Loves, Finds and Dreams
  17. The Emerald City Book Review
  18. Wensend
  1. Laurie Here
  2. A Cup Of Tea, A Friend, And A Book (US)
  3. Moon Shine Art Spot (US)
  4. I’d Rather Be Reading At The Beach (US)
  5. Lost Generation Reader
  6. Books Speak Volumes
  7. Mom’s Small Victories (US)
  8. Books on the Table (US)
  9. Orange Pekoe Reviews
  10. Lavender Likes, Loves, Finds and Dreams
  11. Words And Peace (US)
  12. Booklover Book Reviews
  13. Inside the Secret World of Allison Bruning (US)
Advertisements

39 thoughts on “Literary Blog Hop Giveaway: november 2014

  1. Hard to pick one from such a great selection, but I’d choose Age of Desire because it’s about one of my favorite authors. I plan to visit The Mount, her estate in Lenox, Massachusetts, next Spring.

    Like

  2. What a great selection! The Lost Duchess sounds like a great twist on the plethora of historicals set in the Tudor court. Looks intriguing.

    Like

  3. All of the books look wonderful and I am adding them to my want list. If I won I’d like to start with the Lost Duchess. I like Elizabethan times and castles and idealists, desperados and misfits.

    Like

  4. They all sound good but I’d like to win Meadowlark, By Dawn Wink because it’s not a book I’d normally read and it’s good to try different types of books once in a while.

    Like

  5. Thanks for participation in this great giveaway hop — my favorite! I cannot pass up *The Crown* as I have a copy of Nancy Bilyeau’s *The Chalice* already. It would be nice to start the series properly! Cheers, Kara S

    Like

  6. Pingback: 2014: October wrap-up | Words And Peace

  7. I would most like to read The Lost Duchess because I have been hearing some great things about this book. Thanks for having this giveaway.

    Like

  8. I just added a bunch of these to my wishlist. I don’t want to pick!! I put The Third Son in the widget, because it kind of reminded me of Chinese Cinderella, an autobiography I read in middle school and appreciated (I was going to say loved, but that doesn’t sound great to say about “The True Story of an Unwanted Daughter”). Some of my favorite books ever delve into different Asian cultures. I don’t see many of them, so maybe that plays a part – what I see gets filtered for quality first. Anyway, thank you for the chance!

    Like

    • thanks Sarah for sharing. As for Asia I love Japanese literature, and actually try to do the Japanese Literature Challenge every year, but I’m usually keeping these for me, lol! There are also Chinese authors I like, such as Dai Sijie, though he actually writes in French!

      Like

  9. I want to read more than just one novel, was glad when I clicked the cover lead me to Goodreads, as so that I can go back…loved the storylines of five novels.

    Like

  10. I would most like to win The Crown by Nancy Bilyeau! I have always been fascinated by the story of the Tudors so this story really catches my eye!

    Like

  11. Pingback: 2014: November wrap-up | Words And Peace

What do you think? Share your thoughts, and I will answer you. I will also visit your own blog

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.