November 24, 2010

Book Giveaway: Prisoners in the Palace

Thanks to the lovely Lara Starr at Chronicle Books, I have one copy of Michaela MacColl's new historical fiction jewel Prisoners in the Palace up for grabs!

I loved this book and I think you will too, so don't miss out on your opportunity to win yourself a brand new copy.  To read my review of this book, click HERE.

To enter, simply leave me a comment and let me know which member of the Royal Family, living or deceased, is your favorite and why.  That's it!

U.S. and Canada only (my apologies to our overseas friends) and no P.O. boxes.


Contest to end on Friday, December 3, 2010 at 11:59 P.M. PST and the lucky winners drawn by on Saturday, December 4, 2010.

Good luck!


Jessi E. said...

My favorite is Elizabeth Tudor because her story is just so interesting. I love the way she was able to hold her power like she did.

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vvb32 reads said...

cool giveaway. i choose queen victoria. after watching the movie young victoria i became smitten with her and her hubby as a couple.
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Martha Lawson said...

I guess I'd have to say Princess Diana. I think she really got a raw deal and deserved her chance at happiness.

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Tina said...

My favorite is probably Queen Victoria. I've just always found her so interesting.
Thanks for the chance to win!
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Ruthie said...

Diana of course.


Paper Cut Reviewer said...

Hi! Great Giveaway=) I would have to say Princess Diana will always be my favorite.

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fredamans said...

My favorite royal is the Queen Mom Victoria. She was always so regal, elegant and full of smiles.


Anonymous said...

My favorite is Prince William. He is so handsome, and appears to be a good person.

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debbie said...

I liked princess diana.

Unknown said...

I would have to say Princess Diana because she did her best to help those around her and was selfless and kind. It's a shame that she passed away so young, a tragedy.


Anonymous said...

Great post. I would have to say The Tudor's( Anne Bolan or Elizbeth). I enjoy reading about this era.

jacque said...

Anne Bolan...I just love those stupid men she had to put up with!
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D.A. said...

My favorite was Princess Diana. She matured into such a beautiful person, inside and out. Her death was a tragedy.

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sharon54220 said...

I have to say Princess Diana. She was young when she married into the family and matured into a beautiful woman. She also did a lot of volunteer work. said...

I would have to say Anne Bolyn!

I would love to win this book! THanks for the contest.

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