Monday, October 5, 2009

Giveaway: The Tudor Rose: A Novel of Elizabeth of York by Margaret Campbell Barnes



Thanks to Danielle Jackson of Source Books, I have one copy of this book to giveaway. Please see my review here.

Here are the rules:

1. For one entry, leave a comment on what your favorite historical fiction book is. You must do this to be entered! Please be sure to include your email address (if it isn't available in your profile), so that I can contact you if you win. If I can't find your email either in the comments or your profile, you will be disqualified!

2. For two more entries, post about this giveaway on your blog and leave link to your blog post in the comments. You will also get an entry for each person who tells me that they learned about this giveaway from you.

3. For another 5 more entries: Become a Follower of my blog or subscribe to my blog through Google Reader or other subscription service. If you are already a subscriber or follower you still get the five extra entries! Please do not comment that you are a follower five times! I will give you the extra entries myself. I will delete any extra entries that you make as it will just confuse me when I go to pick the winners.

The giveaway is open to Canadian and US residents only.
The winner’s mailing address: NO P.O. Boxes.
Only one entry per household/IP address.

This giveaway will end on Friday October 23rd 11:59 P.M. E.S.T. The winners will be notified by email, so remember to include your email address in the comments, if it isn't available in your profile! Winners must respond within three days or will be disqualified.

62 comments:

That's a tough one -- I have to say THE HERETIC QUEEN (that's today -- it could change tomorrow.)

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I'm already a follower thru Google Reader

The Book of Negroes was fabulous.

+ I already follow you

melacan at hotmail dot com

One of my favorite historical fiction books is Summer of My German Soldier.

I'm a follower!

I got an ARC of The PostMistress which was based on WWII. Great book!

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I posted this to my blog DanceAlertReads.blogspot.com

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I was already a follower!

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I am currently reading The Heretic Queen, by Michelle Moran, so it is my favorite of the moment. Her previous book Nefertiti was also excellent.
I am a follower for +5.
I also posted about your giveaway on my blog here: http://giveawayroundup.blogspot.com/2009/10/9-more-giveaways-for-monday-night.html

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Roots...

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Oh - and I'm a follower!

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That's a hard question..my recent favorite is Pope Joan by Donna Norfolk Cross.

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I'm a follower.

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I also posted this on my blog.

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Ohhh! I can't tell you how much I've been wanting to read this. As for my fave historical fiction book - tough question! I really loved Mistress of the Sun recently.

I'm a follower ;)

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my favorite historical fiction book would be The Constant Princess by Philippa Gregory. It was so good it actually made me cry at certain parts :P

pls enter me!

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My favorite changes daily, but I guess it would have to be Mistress of the Art of Death (historical mystery) at the moment.

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I am a follower.

anne of the thousand days..need to get some good winter reading..thx for contest..
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At this time my favorite historical fiction novel is Nefertiti. It captured my mind and has not let it go for over a month.

I am a current follower/subscripber.

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The Wild HUnt & it's sequel, The Running Vixon by Elizabeth Chadwick. One of the first historical fiction books I read and I was hooked on the author and the genre.

Just discovered you and became a follower. Love your animal pictures.

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I posted this on my blog:

http://meditativereading.blogspot.com/2009/10/so-many-precious-books-so-little-time.html

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My favourite historical is Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.

I follow

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I haven't read a whole lot of historical fiction yet, so I'm going to say The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner.

I'm also a follower.

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I love historical fiction. For a great one, check out The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon. It's a mystery with a really cool structure.

No need to enter me, btw. I'm dropping in to say thanks for the e-mail. I've got this posted at Win a Book for you.

My favorite book is A Rose For the Crown by Anne Easter Smith. Thanks for the giveaway and I follow you on my Google reader!

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I'm currently reading a YA historical fiction book The Season by Sarah Maclean and I'm really liking it so far.

+5 I'm already a follower of yours.

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My favorite historical is "Wideacre" by Philippa Gregory. Shocking, intense and gripping.

Marian - mdperera at hotmail dot com

My favorite of recent years is A Place Beyond Courage by Elizabeth Chadwick. I'd love to win The Tudor Rose.

I follow through Google Reader

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Right now I am into the England series from Bernard Cornwell
thank you
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I now follow your blog

My fave historical fiction book...hmm...hard to pick just one, but I loved The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran!

skrishna [at] skrishnasbooks [dot] com

Wow, Teddy, do I have to pick one? Historical fiction, eh? Gone With the Wind is the first one that comes to mind. The Good Earth is another one.

My favorite historical fiction book is A Sunday at the Pool in Kigali by Gil Courtmanche.

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Sarah Emmerson

I am already a follower of your blog.

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Sarah Emmerson

My favorite historical fiction novel changes pretty much whenever I read another one, but I do really like Hilary Mantel's A Place of Greater Safety.

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I subscribe to your blog's feed.

Also, on another note, was wondering if you'd be interested in doing a Rosie's Riveters post over at BookLust. Would love to see who you come up with!

My favorite historical novel is The Other Boleyn Girl

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It so hard to pick just one! If it's strictly historical, and can't include Arthurian, I'll go with Sharon Kay Penman's When Christ and His Saints Slept. But really, it's just one of many!
I'm looking forward to reading The Tudor Rose -- thanks for the chance to win a copy.

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I'm a Follower!

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I have too many favorite historical fiction novels . . . I'll give you my top three: Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell, Katherine by Anya Seton, and Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.

My email address is laarlt78(at)hotmail(dot)com. I am a follower. I read about this giveaway on Jo-Jo's site!

Thanks for the great contest!

The Thistle and the Rose: The Tudor Princesses is my all time favorite historical fiction book!

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I own CoolCanucks.ca, which is a Canadian Contest and Freebie site. This giveaway is shared here:

http://forum.coolcanucks.ca/25304-so-many-precious-books-so-little-time-tudor-rose-book-giveaway-oct23-canada

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I follow your blog
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I Subscribe to your RSS feed
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I really enjoyed Gregory's The Queen's Fool.
Thanks for the entry.
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I follow via Google Reader.
Thanks.
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My favorite Historical fiction book is The Red Tent by Anita Diament
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Oh that question is too hard!!! Hmmm...I think my favorite is The Count of Monte Cristo. But in recent years I've really liked Mistress of the Revolution and The Seamstress.

Oh and I'm a follower. Thanks!

Favorite - In the Shadow of Lions by Ginger Garret.

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I am already a follower (through Feed Demon)

I posted about your contest here.
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Year of Wonders. So good!! Thanks for sharing.

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I would love to enter. My Fav: The Historian.

I am a follower

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My favorite historical novel is At the Sign of the Sugared Plum, by Mary Hooper. My favorite novel written in history is North and South by Gaskell.
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I'm also a follower.

This looks great! Please enter me!

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Out of all of them? Probably Outlander by Diana Gabaldon but A Brief Gaudy Hour by this author was my first HF.

I'm already a follower

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Ooh, that's a tough one. I guess it'd be To Have and To Hold by Patricia Gaffney. It's just so good!

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Here's my blog post: http://aseaofbooks.blogspot.com/2009/10/great-giveaways-from-around-blogworld.html

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I'm going with Michelle Moran's The Heretic Queen.
Thanks for the possibility.

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This looks so good! My favorite historical fiction novel at the moment is I, Claudius by Robert Graves. It's hilarious and set in Ancient Rome. One of my favorite books of all time!

Thanks so much for the entry.

+5 I'm an old and loyal follower

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I'd have to say The Other Boleyn Girls is still my favorite.

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I follow on Google Friends Connect.

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my favourite (at the moment) is eve: the story of the first woman.

karen k
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My current favorite historical fiction is Cleopatra's Daughter - could not put it down!

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+5 I follow. vvperesk@gmail.com

Sorry for the delay in posting the winner. I promise I will make an announcement by this coming weekend. Good luck to everyone!

Aarti,

Thanks so much for your invitation to do a Rosie's Riveters post over at Book Lust.

I'm so sorry but I have to decline, at least for now. Life is really busy for me. I barley am able to make posts on this blog right now.

I really enjoy reading all of the Riveters that your guest bloggers come up with. It is a great feature on your blog!

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