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Friday, March 7, 2014

A Lady's Plight #Book Tour + #Win $25 Amazon GC

I'm in a book dry spell. I read regular books like my bible and devotionals, but I find that I cannot read a novel. I have no desire for it since I ended my last novel. Am I in book mourning? Is there such a thing?

However it has happened before and I just need to let it happen and wait for my book appetite to be wet again.

Have this happened to you?

Come have fun with us in the A Lady's Plight #Book Tour + #Win $25 Amazon GC

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Lady Isabella Winton waits years to marry her fiancé, but Lord Alexander Fitzroy, a reformed rake, always finds an excuse to delay the nuptials.

With the marriage set for the next month, Fitzroy tells her he is needed in Belgium almost immediately. He warns her it may be dangerous for her to accompany him. Isabella suspects he is bluffing. Brussels is the centre of a social whirl. She looked forward elaborate dinners and extravagant balls. Fearing Fitzroy may have returned to his rakish ways, she insists on travelling with him. Isabella is unaware that Lord Everard Ladness, heir to a dukedom, is obsessed with her and will go to any lengths to possess her.

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  katy

Meet the author:

I live in a Sussex village near to the Regency towns. Before writing a novel, I visit one of them to soak up the elegance of the architecture, trying to enter the atmosphere of those far-gone times.

Whilst walking through narrow cobbled streets, I imagine horse drawn carriages rollicking past, of ladies in Empire fashion, of feathered bonnets and velvet pelisses, of nankeen breeches and starched cravats. Even today, the same bay fronted shop windows replete with mullioned windows yawn over narrow pavements.

The only changes being the wares; an empire dress swapped for a top and miniskirt. Best of all, is stepping down rickety steps into an oak beamed tearoom, with a leaning floor, where log fires crackle in open grates, the air filled with the rich aroma of tansy and cinnamon cakes.

Katy has a BA(Hons)Psych, BA Eng.Lit and Creative Writing, MA. Hon Doc. for research into complementary methods of pain control.

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Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure 
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16 comments :

  1. I really love the Victorian area, but I read so many books from different eras that it's hard to pick a favorite!

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    1. Me too!
      I can't have a favorite in certain things

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  2. I've loved everything about Ancient Egypt since I was in 2nd grade.

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  3. I'm all entered. Thanks for hosting.

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  4. I love the 1800's, such a classical era!

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  5. I love the 1500-1800-time periods
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  6. Victorian era
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  7. i am a fan of the victorian era. thanks for the giveaway!

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  8. I love the classical music era, I'm assuming that's from the 1500's to the 1800's.

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  9. I've been in book slumps before, too. Although I like historical fiction, my favorite era to read is books written in current times.

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  10. I love the 1800's. Great era for everything.

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  11. My favorite historical era is the European Renaissance period in Italy.

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  12. America in the 40's during WWII.

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  13. My favorite historical era is 1800's right now.
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  14. I love the Middle Ages!

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I appreciate your thoughts - Colette

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