Summer Reading Giveaway: Historical

summer giveaway

The next genre is here! This one is PRETTY FANTABULOUS! If I do say so myself. So many of my favorites in this goody package that will go to one lucky winner!

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One lucky winner of this giveaway will receive one paperback copy of:

London in the Dark by Victoria Lynn
White Wolf and the Ash Princess by Tammy Lash
The Dressmaker’s Secret by Kellyn Roth
A Question of Honor by Jesseca Wheaton
A Name Unknown by Roseanna M. White

Giveaway rules:
Open to US winners only. Giveaway ends July 15th at midnight EDT. One winner chosen randomly. Since Rafflecopter doesn’t like to work on WordPress, you can click the link below to enter the giveaway.

GIVEAWAY LINK

I am so excited for this giveaway! Some fabulous authors were able to participate!

What is your favorite historical read?

By God’s Grace,

Victoria

47 thoughts on “Summer Reading Giveaway: Historical

  1. Hmm, my favorite historical book *as of now* is “The Lost Girl of Astor Street” by Stephanie Morrill. Though I also love “All the Light We Cannot See” :)).

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  2. I don’t exactly have a favorite historical book, but one I read recently that was entertaining was “A Home in Drayton Valley.” It’s never a good idea to ask me what my favorite book is because I honestly never know!

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  3. I love historical fiction, so it is hard to pick just one. Cathy Marie Hake is probably one of my favorites as well as Gilbert Morris and Al Lacy.

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  4. A fantabulous giveaway!
    My favorite historical read…hmm…the book thief by Markus Zusak is one of them!
    (I can never pick a favorite ☺️)
    I would love to eventually read your books, they are on my wish list!😉

    God Bless!

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  5. Oh, wow! How do I pick a favorite historical book?!! Umm, I really don’t know, so I’ll just randomly pick one I like. “Understood Betsy” is one of my favorites. 🙂 What a fun giveaway!

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  6. Thanks for the giveaway, Victoria!
    I can’t think of a historical fiction book I’ve read off the top of my head, though I have read a couple. But I would really love to read more of Jessica Wheaton’s books. 🙂

    love,
    Ashley

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  7. I’m going to be so excited if I win 🙂 I can’t pick a favorite historical!!!!! I’ve read so much in my life. One of my all time favorite books though is The Bronze Bow by Elizabeth George Speare.

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  8. It’s a hard contest for my favorite historical novel, but I would have to pick Enemy Brothers by Constance Savery. Rosemary Sutcliff is my other favorite historical author.

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  9. I don’t read a lot of historical novels, but I will say that one of my favorites is your London in the Dark which I just read yesterday (and really enjoyed). Another is probably a novella written by a friend.

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  10. My favorite historical book? That’s like picking my favorite book! 😛 Actually, I’ll cheat, and say my own: The New Diary. (Haha!)

    CutePolarBear

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  11. I don’t know if I have a favorite, but I recently read “The Lacemaker” by Laura Frantz. I also liked her novel “The Colonel’s Lady”.

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  12. This is so awesome! I really like From the Dark to the Dawn: A Tale of Ancient Rome – By Alicia A. Willis. It is really an amazing story. 🙂

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  13. I love historical fiction! I think that some of my favourites are The Young Underground series by Robert Elmer. Also, I am currently reading A Flame in the Dark by Sarah Baughman. It’s really good!

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