Friday, February 24, 2006

Weekend giveaway!


You need to be quick to enter this improptu giveaway drawing!

I've got 3 remaining exclusive fridge calendar magnets to be given away. Each has a handy full 2006 year calendar and features the cover sketch for my Regency-set romantic comedy, Perfidy and Perfection, out at the very end of March (UK) and in July in the US.


If you want a dashing buck to grace the door of your fridge, all you need to do to enter the drawing is comment here about the last Regency or Georgian-set novel or Regency or Georgian era non-fiction book you've read and would recommend to others before midnight GMT this Sunday. The 3 winners will be drawn and announced here on Monday morning.

Now there's a reason to look forward to Monday morning. :)


I'm currently reading and very much enjoying Malcolm Balen's lively account of the economic boom and bust that became legendary at the very start of the Georgian period: the South Sea Bubble.

A Very English Deceit by Malcolm Balen is published by Fourth Estate, ISBN: 1841155535

3 comments:

Tess said...

The last fiction book set in the Georgian period I read was Deborah Hale's The Bride Ship! It's set in early 19th Century Halifax, Nova Scotia and England. A wonderful read. Last non-fiction I read and enjoyed was Jo Manning's My Lady Notorious!

Anonymous said...

The last Regency I read was Nicola Cornick's The Blanchland Secret which was exceptional! I truly enjoyed it!

Julie

Jeanne said...

Recently I read Loretta Chase's The Lion's Daughter and found its exotic locales, witty dialogue and feisty characters to be a real treat. She's one of my favourite writers, along with Teresa Medeiros.