Friday, March 23, 2012

Giveaway #3

Today on Giveaway Friday, I'd like to welcome Cecilia Gray multi-genre author to the blog. We had the pleasure of reviewing some her books here at the blog and enjoyed them.

Fading book two was reviewed here
A Delightful Arrangement  reviewed it here

Cecilia Gray  is offering a copy
Falling book one - http://www.ceciliagray.com/products/falling/
Fall For You - http://www.ceciliagray.com/products/fall-for-you/
A Delightful Arrangement - http://www.ceciliagray.com/products/a-delightful-arrangement/





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26 comments:

Just Jen said...

I don't think I have an all time favorite.... I love historical fiction, though... Does that count?

Lilian said...

I really like Libba Bray's A Great and Terrible Beauty, if that counts?..though it might be more paranormal.

Icequeen said...

Wow it's hard to pick a favourite but The Book Thief is one I'll read again.

fuonlyknew said...

My all time favorite is Pride and Prejudice. I read it over and over and watch the movie a lot also. The book introduced to real literature and it is a delight to read. Thanks for the great giveaway. Fingers, toes and eyes crossed:)
laura thomas

ana said...

I don't know if its really historical but I loved the "White Queen" by Philippa Gregory

myheroin said...

I honestly haven't read much historical fiction, so can't really pick a favorite at the moment. But, I am always looking for new authors, and new things to read! Thank you for the Giveaway!

JulieJ said...

All time favorite historical book is "Helen of Troy".

Juana said...

"The Diary Of Anne Frank"

RedEntrapy said...

I love Philippa Gregory books. I've read most of them. Loved the "White Queen." Haven't really read very many historical fiction books.

Debdatta Dasgupta Sahay said...

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden & Gone with the wind by Margaret Mitchell

Book Savvy Babe said...

all-time favorite historical? Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. Love that book, and I love Jamie Fraser! Book Savvy Babe

Gramie said...

I'd have to say Emelia Earhart, it's not historical fiction,so I hope that counts. Her life is fascinating to me.

kerry said...

It would have to be the French passion by diane du pont.

Sarah Elizabeth said...

I really liked the luxe series by elizabeth godbersen. Still haven't made it to the end though!

Meishuu said...

I don't think I have a favourite, but I tend to read more historical books focused on the history of science.

Dovile said...

The Winter Mantle by Elizabeth Chadwick, although I love all her other books as well.

bookbitereviews said...

My favorite would either be "Go Ask Alice" if that even counts, but if not then probably "the Diary of Anne Frank" or "Joseph Smith"

Julie S said...

It would have to be Gone With The Wind.

Julie Witt said...

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon!

Gothic Angel Book Reviews said...

I haven't actually read much historical fiction so would find it hard to pick a favourite. I am always open to new books if anyone has recommendations though :)
Thanks for the giveaway xo

Helen said...

A tale of two cities

Jackie said...

I've been reading the Outlander books.

Jennifer L. Bielman said...

Outlander, for sure.

PuttPutt1198Eve said...

Does Gone With the Wind count?

Stephanie Verhaegen said...

Hard to say. There are so many good ones! I can't choose.

Little Sprites said...

My is and always will be Pride and Prejudice. :D
GFC:aprildan01

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