What a great concept! This is exactly the kind of information I'd love to know about~~it sounds like a fascinating read. Bravo! Please do enter me!
Please enter me. I would love to read this one. I am an avid Arthurian fan.Dave Batesbatedave@gmail.com
This was an amazing book and when I got it i could not put it down.
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Sounds wonderful. Thanks for the giveaway. email@example.com
Brilliant idea for a book! So much more interesting than re-writing the same old story! I'm not sure I would have time to read and review, however, so I'll disqualify myself from the give-away but hope to catch up on the book (as a paying customer, mind), when I have more time. Best of luck! Hope it sells well!
I have always been interested in the times and life of King Arthur and those who lived before, during, and after his reign. "Lest Camelot Fall" sounds like a very interesting book. My email address is faith[dot]blum[dot]author[at]gmail[dot]com.
Is there anyone who has heard of Camelot who would not wish a fresh glimpse of it? I would love to honor my library with a copy. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sounds interesting. I have read quite a few Arthurian novels - is this one closer to Mary Stewart or Rosemary Sutcliff, I wonder? Or a touch of Parke Godwin - or a cross between them? ;-)
Camelot always fascinates. marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com
Sue Bursztynski: I've read and loved all three of them, but I got started work on Lest Camelot Fall shortly after finished Jack Whyte's Chronicles of Camulod, so I expect it's more like his books (though with less engineering detail). :) --Danny Adams