Monday, September 26, 2011

Giveaway: Darcy and Fitzwilliam

A signed copy of Darcy and Fitzwilliam is being offered by author Karen Wasylowski. You can read about the book HERE, and then return to this post to leave a comment with your contact information to enter the drawing.

This contest ended at midnight Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011, EST.

15 comments:

  1. It would be really interesting to read about the story between the two cousins. I am in love with everything P&P or Darcy-related. Really interested in reading this book.

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  2. What a great way to pick up the story. I've always loved "Pride and Prejudice" so this would be a great follow-on.

    Dianne G Sagan
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  3. What a wonderful idea!
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  4. I, too, enjoyed Col. Fitzwilliam's appearance in Pride and Prejudice. It sounds like an interesting turn on the sequel viewpoints.

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  5. It looks like an interesting read!


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  6. I really love the whole bromance idea of yours and I have a spot soft for Colonel Fitzwilliam myself. I wish he had a bigger part in P&P.

    I didn't see information about whether this giveaway is international or not. If it's not then I'm out!

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  7. I would love to try this story, it sounds like an entertaining read. A bromance element to this story is new to me.

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  8. This book sounds intriguing and a different twist on the story of one of my favorite authors is always welcome. I think expounding on the relationship between these cousins and friends will be a fascinating read.
    Thanks for the opportunity to participate in a giveaway.
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  9. Looking forward to a good read!

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  10. Cousins who are like brothers is a good concept, and the book sound like something I might read. I always loved the Butch and Sundance relationship. Interesting post.

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  11. I like the idea because Fitzwilliam, though an important character (after all, he's the one talking with Elizabeth and practically leading to the story apex) is not considered by most, maybe because his appearance in P&P is short.
    I have read quite a few JA Fanfiction books so far (30, give or take) and they all depicted him either as the good easygoing man or the invidious manipulative cousin and I'd like to find a new perspective, reading about their friendship.

    lallyjx@libero.it

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  12. I am a new convert to everything Regency. I would love to continue and just for sheer getting the heart trilling more on Mr Darcy and his cousin. Bring on the boys.

    Carole-Anne
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  13. This book sounds delightful. I love historical fiction, am fascinated with Jane Austen's time and am always up for a good comedy! :)
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  14. What an awesome arc to P&P. Can't wait to read this.

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