Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Giveaway: 1066: What Fates Impose

G.K. Holloway is giving away two print copies of the book in USA, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. You can read about the book HERE, then return to this page to enter the drawing by commenting below. Please be sure to leave your contact information.

10 comments:

  1. I like the approach to the topic and would exthusiastically read this book.

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  2. And of course, I mean enthusiastically.

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  3. This is weird, every time I go to "preview" my comment simply disappears, so at the risk of typos, I'm going to leave this comment as is. I've just finished teaching my class about te Battle f Hastings. One of the little videos we got from YouTube was made years ago by som Pythons and Goodies, with King Harold being killed by a baguette in the eye! sbursztynski@gmail.com

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  4. I would love to read this book. As a teen my intro to this era was Georgette Heyer's The Conqueror, and I have remained interested in the subject ever since. erynutz AT alumnae.smith.edu.

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  5. As a teen my intro to this era was Georgette Heyer's The Conqueror. I have remained interested (and learned more) over the years. erynutz AT alumnae.smith.edu

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  6. I'm going to enjoy this.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  7. This sounds like a fabulous book. I love this time period in history. Thanks for the giveaway. jman1985@yahoo.com

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  8. Since I've been researching the period around the Conquest, I would LOVE to have this book! Do enter me to win... regan.walker123@gmail.com

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  9. Great to hear I won. For some reason the email has disappeared and I'm not keen to hand out my address here, so, sorry, can you please resend your lovely email, Mr Holloway? Very generous of you and I look forward to reading it.

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  10. Look forward to reading this book. Especially as this year of 1066 is one of the most pivotal in the history of our great nation. The whole period and characters who played the major parts are worthy of a mini tv series, hello, HBO. FOX.
    Chris Rock - Chairman, Battle of Stamford Bridge Society. chrisrock62@hotmail.com

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