Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Giveaway! Castles, Customs, and Kings: True Tales by English Historical Fiction Authors

Debra Brown will be giving away a signed, print copy of Castles, Customs, and Kings to a winner within the United States and an ecopy internationally. You can read about the book HERE. Comment below to enter the drawing leaving your contact information. Please indicate if you are in the US.

36 comments:

  1. Wow! That looks interesting indeed. I'd really like to have a copy of that book. Thank you!

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    1. elsetmeshah, you are the winner of the ecopy. Please contact me via the Contact form with your email address. Thank you!

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    2. Yeaay, thank you :)
      My email address is alwlwa@gmail.com, but what is the "contact form"?
      Alia Nassar

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    3. It is on the Contact page on this blog--but no worries. You've replied. What format can you use? Thanks.

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    4. I am not very sure about the format. I use ibooks on my iphone. Thanks a lot.

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  2. I wanted this book for Christmas and didn't get it!!! Would love to win a copy! Looks fabulous!

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  3. The power of history is not diminished in it retelling: authors of historical fiction connect us to the human emotions of their characters who walk through their time. This should be an intriguing book indeed.

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  4. Must have this book and didn't get it for Christmas...I live in the U.S., email is jmbht2usn.JB@gmail.com...

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  5. I'm the same as Marsha I wanted it too and didn't get it :( sadly Would love to win a copy I live in the uk though

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  6. I'm so used to the "edit" feature of Facebook postings! My earlier comments (at 12:35 pm) should have included that I live in the United States.

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  7. This book sounds perfect for melomazowr@gmail.com

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  8. Will be a great read! Thank you. jtretin at aol dot com

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  9. Cool read! nicola dot moxey at bt dot com in the UK.

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  10. Would love a copy but a signed print one as well... That would be more than wondrous! I'm in the US mosthappyreader (at) gmail (dot) com

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  11. I'm in Canada, Debbie. But I have a mailbox in Bellingham, Washington. Does that work.

    Liz Kales

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  12. I SO want to read this !!!!!
    Campbellamyd at gmail dot com
    US here :)

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  13. Hi Liz,

    Yes, a US mailbox is fine.

    Best!

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  14. What a fantastic read this promises to be.

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    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  15. i just found your blog and I'm now following you on Twitter. I'm so excited to have found this great information!

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  16. International blog reader checking in for this cool giveaway! patrick at coylefamily dot co dot uk

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  19. Please enter me this Book sounds fantastic.
    Marilyn (ewatvess@yahoo.com)

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  20. Would live to win a copy. Had it in my wish list since I first heard about it. I am in Australia.

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  21. Please accept my entry into the drawing. I live in the USA.

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  23. Ohhhh! Nice! debrajacoby@hotmail.com (USA)

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  24. I would LOVE to win this for my mom (and then borrow it from her to read it myself!). I think we'd both enjoy it.

    monicaperry00 at gmail dot com

    (USA)

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  25. This sounds like a great read. Thank you!
    I am in the United States.
    smhparent at hotmail dot com

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  26. I'd love to win a copy.
    I'm international, so an ebook would be awesome.
    Suzi@suzilove.com

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  27. Would LOVE a copy. I'm in the U.S.
    c.annerobertson (@) yahoo dot com

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  28. Love to win a e-copy since I'm not in the US.
    susypliego@yahoo.com

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  29. I am just getting into British historical fiction and it seems this book would be the perfect accompaniment on my joirney.

    garibaldigal85@gmail.com

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