Monday, November 17, 2008

Book Giveaway: Two, 1 Week Long Contests!!


BOOK GIVEAWAY!!!
Nov. 17th - Nov. 23rd

Melinda and the Wild West:
A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho



To launch the release of Linda Weaver Clark's new book,

Jenny's Dream:
A Family's Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho


on Dec. 1st, I am going to have 2 giveaways in the next 2 weeks!! Since this is the third book in the series, I am going to give away the first 2 books. You can easily read the books independently, but I found I wanted to start from the beginning.

So, from Nov. 17th - 23rd I will have a author signed book giveaway for "Melinda and the Wild West" and announce the winner on Monday Nov. 24th. I will have another book giveaway for the 2nd book "Edith and the Mysterious Stranger" from Nov. 24th - 30th and announce the winner on Monday Dec 1st, the day of the release of the new, 3rd book "Jenny's Dream."

Rules:

1. For one entry, just leave a comment letting me know what some of YOUR favorite historical fiction writers are. PLEASE remember to leave your email address or blog so I have some way of getting a hold of you!!!!

2. For an extra entry, just make a post on you blog about my contest that has a link back here and put the link in comments so I can verify it.

3. This contest is for the "Melinda" book only from Nov. 17 - Nov. 23rd..at 10pm CT. Winner will be emailed and announced by the evening of Nov. 24th. The contest is open to anyone in the U.S. or Canada.

Make sure to check back throughout the week, I will be putting out little tidbits and questions from the book that might be fun to read and learn.

Good luck to all!!

Update: Thur. Nov 20: Go Here for the new blog with questions to answer for MORE entries!!

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10 comments:

traymona said...

Some of my favorite historical novelists are John Jakes, Larry McMurtry, Wilbur Smith and Jennifer Donelly.
traymona[at]aol.com

kayalrat said...

My favorite historical fiction writer is Linda Lael Miller. My friend, Ashley Ludwig, is getting ready to publish her first historical romance "All or Nothing" this spring, so I'll list her too!
Kayalrat@gmail.com

6atgrove said...

Don't laugh, but my favorite is still Laura Ingalls Wilder. However, I've never understood exactly why her books are listed as historical fiction.... I would have listed them as autobiographies.... perhaps you can clarify that for me.

Having read her books as a child and having read them with all four of our children, I love them not only for the words she has written and the life she describes but for the warm memories they bring to mind.

Thanks for the opportunity of this drawing!
6atgrove@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

The historical writers I like to read are Louis Lamour, Peter Tsouras, Harry Turtledove, Chuck Norris and I liked Linda Weaver Clarke's first book. I am looking forward to reading her second book. My email is: Clayinglendale@webtv.net

Miriam said...

I've always loved Laura Ingalls Wilder also! A.S. Byatt writes lovely historical fiction.

No need to enter me in the contest. Just wanted to chat. :)

Book Lover Lisa said...

i haven't read much historical fiction latelu, but when i was young i liked janette oke.

would love to win this book as i grew up in idaho, and have been to bear lake many times.

lisalouhoo (at) msn (dot) com

Karen said...

How exciting to have a chance at an autographed copy even! Thanks for the opportunity!

Anonymous said...

My favorite author is Laura Ingalls Wilder because I was born and raised in the area where she lived. I experienced many of the same events that she wrote about. Please emter me in the book giveaway contest. My email address is: galen.peterson@hotmail.com

Teddy Rose said...

My favorite historical novelist is Kate Grenville. She wrote the Secret River and I highly recommend it!

I just found out about this so I don't have time to get it on my blog for others to see in time.

teddyr66(at)yahoo.com

Ronnee-Sue said...

Linda Weaver Clarke is my favorite historical novelist. Knowing Linda and her beautiful spirit, I find that her love of life, family, and history come through beautifully in her writing. I find her work captivating, and hear her musical voice on every page. Wouldn't these books make great films? -- who out there is ready to start producing?
Ronnee-Sue (ronnee-sue@mountainairefolkmusic.com)