Giveaway July 20-26

by | Jul 20, 2021 | Uncategorized | 29 comments

It’s that time again–time for my monthly giveaway. Please comment on my blog for your chance to win one fo the two books this month.

I’m reading Kara Swanson’s second book in the series, Shadow, and decided I had to read the first one, Dust, so I bought two copies. Amazon has this posted about Dust:

The truth about Neverland is far more dangerous than a fairy tale…

Claire Kenton believes the world is too dark for magic to be real—since her twin brother was stolen away as a child. Now Claire’s desperate search points to London…and a boy who shouldn’t exist.

Peter Pan is having a beastly time getting back to Neverland. Grounded in London and hunted by his own Lost Boys, Peter searches for the last hope of restoring his crumbling island: a lass with magic in her veins.

The girl who fears her own destiny is on a collision course with the boy who never wanted to grow up. The truth behind this fairy tale is about to unravel everything Claire thought she knew about Peter Pan—and herself.

Draw Me to Your Side, Book Four in my Revolutionary Faith Series is historical fiction:

Warships in the harbor explode with battle cries for freedom in the hearts of Charles Town’s patriots.

Charles Town, South Carolina, 1775—With the British warships threatening his family and livelihood, Louis Lestarjette commits to aid the fiery Patriots like Francis Marion, Christopher Gadsden, and Silas Deane with secret correspondences in code and in French. With an expanding family, Louis values their lives and safety over his. Not convinced that the colonies can succeed in separation from Britain, he abides by his word—available with funds, his life, and his possible absence from Elizabeth, an unpleasant sacrifice.

As Elizabeth faces the birth of her second child, she wonders at the wisdom of bringing new life into this war zone. While cannons are aimed at the city and she’s confined to her home, she watches other women continue in their secret mission. Knowing her activity can eventually begin again, she considers where and how her little family can survive in the turbulence of pending independence. Louis’ impending volatile role leave her questioning the possibility of being in a war alone. To survive she must draw to God’s side as all else is changing.

Comment for your chance to win: What is the last fairy tale retold or historical fiction that you read?

29 Comments

  1. debbiejpruss

    I believe the last historical that I read was The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel. Thank you for the opportunity. God bless you.

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  2. Paty Hinojosa

    The last Historical Fiction Book I’ve read is To Find Her Place, by Susan Anne Mason! Awesome story from her Redemption’s Light Series!
    Thanks so much for the chance of the giveaway!

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  3. Nancy Shaw

    Cinderella. My granddaughter LOVES Cinderella and she only wants to hear it from a book, so I read it over and over. I have tried to change stories but she doesn’t want to yet.

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  4. abqnancy

    Cinderella. My granddaughter loves Cinderella.

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  5. anxious58

    Cool. Thanks for a chance.

    Reply
  6. Natalya Lakhno

    A Little Christmas Pretense reminded me of the Cinderella story 🙂

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  7. Elly Cox

    I’m reading Between the Wild Branches by Connilyn Cossette😍

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  8. Crystal

    I love books like this. Your books have it all: Action packed, page turning, intriguing, interesting, reads like a best seller, well written.
    It would be a honor & privelege to win either book. Both have great book covers and excerpts.
    Would love to read and review books in print format
    Thanks
    God Bless
    Please enter me
    Hope I Win

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  9. Lelia “ Lucy” Reynolds

    The last historical fiction book I read was the amazing Between The Wild Branches by Connilyn Cossette.

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    • rkcjmomma

      The Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona Davis and i loved it! Thanks so much for the chance!

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      • margueriteg2016

        Thanks for your comment. I’ll have to check into that one.

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    • margueriteg2016

      Connilyn’s books are awesome. I haven’t read that one.

      Reply
  10. Debra Guyette

    Thanks for the opportunity. The last fairy tale retelling I read was a Cinderella one.

    Reply
  11. Donna Irvin

    Last historical fiction was No Journey Too Far by Carrie Turansky! Great conclusion to the McAlister Family story.

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  12. Katie

    These two books sound wonderful!!! I really enjoy reading re-imagined fairy tale stories, especially Chris Colfer’s Land of Stories and all of the works by Melanie Dickerson, whom you introduced me to. I am currently reading her spin on Beauty and the Beast called the Merchant’s Daughter! So good!

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    • margueriteg2016

      You can not go wrong with Melanie! Thanks for responding.

      Reply
  13. Roxanne C.

    The last historical fiction I read was The Red Fury by Naomi Musch.

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    • margueriteg2016

      I’ve not read anything by Naomi Musch. I’ll research her.

      Reply
  14. Tamara Ove

    New genre for me!

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  15. margueriteg2016

    Congratulations to Paty Hinojosa and Nancy Shaw.
    I appreciate all the comments… Stay tuned…

    Reply

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