Monday, February 3, 2014

Giveaway: Norah: The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th-Century New York

Cynthia Neale is giving away a copy of Norah. You can read about the book HERE. You will be prompted to return to this post to enter the drawing. Please be sure to leave your contact information.

13 comments:

  1. This is a topic that I find especially interesting and I would love to win this book.

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  2. I am in love with historical novels and would absolutely be thrilled to win The Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th-Century New York. Thank You.

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  3. It sounds really interesting!

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  4. This is definitely a read for me. Sounds really good!
    Campbellamyd at gmail dot com

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  5. This book sounds so great, I love historical fiction about women in America. Thank you for the chance to win it.

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  6. I have been searching for this book Cynthia after reading an article about it this morning. It doesn't appear to be available in Britain unfortunately. I am at loss to understand why publishers reject quality books yet publish so much rubbish.

    After reading about your book on my newsletter from "English Historical Fiction Authors" I was intrigued by the title and description of your book. After a little more searching I found this article by you to my delight. I would love to read your book either on Kindle or as a paper book so I'm really pleased that you have been successful at last. Hopefully I will soon be one of the proud owners. Leila x

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    1. You should be able to find it as an ebook on Amazon now.

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    2. Hi korculablue,

      Congrats! You are the winner of Cynthia Neale's book, but I have no contact information for you. If you could please contact me via the blog's contact page by 2/17, the book is yours. Thank you!

      Debbie

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  7. sounds intriguing, I'm exploring period novels or trying to when I can find them, so I would love to win a copy

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  8. What a wonderful read this promises to be.

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  9. Being Irish, I always find these kind of stories interesting, strong women making it in a man's world, no matter the era!!

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  10. "Irish by all measures," as my mother would say. I look forward to reading your work, and I hope to win!

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  11. The winner is Amy C..! Congrats, Amy.

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