This is a topic that I find especially interesting and I would love to win this book.
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.
It sounds really interesting! reviewkidsbooks(at)gmail(dot)com
This is definitely a read for me. Sounds really good!Campbellamyd at gmail dot com
This book sounds so great, I love historical fiction about women in America. Thank you for the chance to win it.
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
You should be able to find it as an ebook on Amazon now.
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
sounds intriguing, I'm exploring period novels or trying to when I can find them, so I would love to win a copy
What a wonderful read this promises to be. marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com
Being Irish, I always find these kind of stories interesting, strong women making it in a man's world, no matter the era!!
"Irish by all measures," as my mother would say. I look forward to reading your work, and I hope to win!
The winner is Amy C..! Congrats, Amy.