Friday, August 17, 2012

What's in the mail...plus a giveaway

**Giveaway is now closed**

Melissa A:

"The Good Woman" by Jane Porter from Penguin




Free from Amazon (may not still be free now):

"Stars Collide" by Janice Thompson




"Better Off Without Him" by Dee Ernst

"Plain Jayne" by Brea Brown



"Marry Me Maddie" by Rita Herron

"Sweet Nothings" by Tracie Puckett




"The Love Market" by Carol Mason

"To Be Someone" by Louise Voss




"I Think I Love You" by Stephanie Bond

"Babycakes" by Donna Kauffman from Kensington




Becky:

"Who Needs Mr Darcy?" by Jean Burnett from Little, Brown


From Orion:
"Too Hot to Handle" by Katie Agnew



"The Boot Camp" by Kate Harrison

"The Real Katie Lavender" by Erica James



"Where We Belong" by Emily Giffin

"The Long Weekend" by Veronica Henry




"Savages" by Shirley Conran from Canongate

"In Too Deep" by Portia da Costa from Ebury Publishing


Jami:

"What the Dog Ate" by Jackie Bouchard from the author




"A Perfect Home" by Kitty Glanville from Penguin

"Finding Out" by Sheryn MacMunn from the author




"Beddington Place" by Eve Marx from the author. (e-book)

"Baby Bumps" by Amy Sprenger from the author. (e-book)




Gail:

Both from Independent Publishers Group:

"Kiss and Tell" by Fiona Walker



"A Private Affair" by Lesley Lokko




Kathryn:

"Guess What She Did" by Ann Rearden from the author




What could be in YOUR mail?

"Historically Yours" by Jessica L. Degarmo: Two kindle copies to some lucky readers anywhere in the world! (Currently 99 cents otherwise.)

"I Heart Paris" by Lindsey Kelk. Even though it was published in the US recently, this copy is available to one lucky reader anywhere in the world!

How to win "Historically Yours" or
"I Heart Paris":
Please tell us what your upcoming travel plans are (if you went on a trip recently, you can talk about that) OR your favorite historical event. (One entry per person.) Please include your e-mail address or a way to reach you if you win.

Giveaway ends August 22nd at midnight EST.



24 comments:

Amber @ A Little Pink in the Cornfields said...

I just recently visited Washington D.C. for the first time and I had an amazing and historic (ha ha ha) time!

missamberljohnson at gmail dot com

The Every Free Chance Reader said...

I haven't travelled recently and probably won't until next summer when I hope we go back to the Outer Banks!

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Jessica said...

I recently traveled to London. It was my second time there and I loved it so much!

If possible I would like to enter to win "Historically Yours" and not "I Heart Paris" because I already own "I Heart Paris". I love Lindsey Kelk!

Thanks!

-Jessica M
walkingcorpse11@hotmail.com

Jeryl Marcus said...

We recently visited Amish Village.

jeryl.marcus@gmail.com

Unknown said...

I would love to win a copy of "I Heart Paris"! My favorite Historical
time is when Coco Chanel opened her Fashion Shop/House. I saw the movie about her life recently. She set the bar for fashion in Paris and Worldwide.
Cyndee Thomas0@gmail.com
Cyndee Thomas

Catherine said...

My last trip was to London where I discovered the Wallace Collection. It was awesome! So many famous artists and old masters are represented there. It is a permanent exhibition that is hosted in the beautiful and fully furnished town house of the last Marquess of Hertford. Highly recommended and the admission is free!
I would like to enter the giveaway regarding I Heart Paris. Thank you for opening it internationally.
cyrano123(AT)live(DOT)fr

Linda Kish said...

I never really go anywhere anymore. I'm planning to go to Vegas this fall. That's about as far as I get.

lkish77123 at gmail dot com

susieqlaw said...

sendsusanmail AT gmail DOT com

I toured The Greenbrier today. It is the only 5 star resort in the country...wish I could afford to stay there! It is gorgeous!

Kaley said...

I'll be going on a road trip to a few places in the US (I live in Canada) in a few weeks! Plan to take in a Reds/Phillies game in Cincinnati and check out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Should be fun - and it'll be a MUCH needed week off! :)
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Nova said...

The only trip I took recently was to my hometown where I grew up...nice trip to Ohio!

Sherry said...

bI am saving up for a trip, hopefully to Greece next year.
I would really like to see all the ruins there as well as hang out in the ocean. Both books sound good.

scylla777at g mail dot com

marybelle said...

I'm going to visit family up on the Sunshine Coast QLD, AUSTRALIA soon. Just waiting for the warmer weather, so that I can hit the beach.

marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

Margaret Literary Chanteuse said...

On the Sept long weekend we are going to a resort on the Sunshine Coast (BC Canada). Should be fun!

Margaret
singitm(at)hotmail(dot)com

Lauren Clark said...

Just returned from a whirlwind trip to Eufaula, Alabama (where Dancing Naked in Dixie is set) .... such a lovely, peaceful place!!

xx, Lauren

laurenclarkbooks at gmail dot com

StereoQueenBee said...

I was planning on going to Portugal this upcoming spring as my bf is from there. Now I'm pregnant and will deliver early February so I guess it has to be planned for a later time...

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StereoQueenBee said...

I was planning on going to Portugal this upcoming spring as my bf is from there. Now I'm pregnant and will deliver early February so I guess it has to be planned for a later time...

queenofcrunk@gmail.com

Lesa Clarke said...

Had a romance filled trip in July, with a touch of history. Travelled to France for a friends wedding. Stayed in a chateau that dates back to 15th Century. They got married in the chapel in the chateau. We had wine in the grounds, dinner in the original cellar and fireworks at midnight, just before a lightning storm lit up the sky. Very magical and memorable.

lesamcni at gmail dot com

bn100 said...

We recently went to San Francisco.

bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

leonel said...

Just returned from The Blue Danube , goign to San Diego in September.

leonelescota at gmail

Sara said...

Going "home" to see my family this holiday season, Salem OR.

coversaralea@yahoo.com

BRN2SHOP9 said...

I am not much of a traveler. I just go to visit my family. Visiting my grandmother soon.

I follow via gfc, twitter, and facebook.

brn2shop9 at gmail dot com

Krystal Lynn said...

I was just in California a couple weeks ago, in Oxnard and the surrounding area. I got to see Los Angeles, Disneyland, Universal Studios and the west coast for the first time. I'm hoping to see New York and PAris within the next year if it's financially possible. But with going back to college, I might have to wait a little bit longer!

miss_kris_11 (at)yahoo (dot) com

Krystal Lynn said...

Forgot the extra entries part, d'oh.

Follower, group member and tweeted out contest @krystaldorkface !
https://twitter.com/krystaldorkface/status/238131947266777089

Anonymous said...

I'm headed to Tokyo and Thailand in the fall! Could use a book to read on the plane :) Can't wait to explore Asia a bit,

Mary P.

bittermp (at) yahoo (dot) ca