I am pleased to announce that my wonderful publisher (have I mentioned lately how much I love them?) is making twenty-five (yes! 25) copies of  The Sister Queens available for a giveaway over at Goodreads!  The contest started today (November 3rd) and runs to December 3rd.

So if you are one of the folks who (so kindly) have told me that you just cannot wait for my debut to hit shelves in March, now is your chance to score a copy before the novel’s release date.  Make that a free copy – which is even better right?

If any of the lucky winners are readers of this blog I will throw in a little something extra.  Use the contact form at my author website to send me the good news (plus your address) and I will mail you a signed bookplate to put inside your copy.

Best of luck!

6 Responses to “For The First Time Ever You Can WIN a Copy of The Sister Queens”

  1. I just read the synopsis on goodreads and this sounds like a great story! I would love to get an advanced copy of it!

  2. I read the synopsis on goodreads.com and this sounds like it will be a great novel. I love me a great historical!

    • Sarah, that (the love of historicals) is something we have in common :) If you haven’t already, you may want to check out the “My Books” page on my main website. It features the full back cover blurb that will actuallly appear on the cover.

      • I read the cover blurb and it makes me want to read it more! Reminds me a little bit of me and my own sister, the competition thing at least.

  3. With just two weeks left before the giveaway closes more than 780 goodreads readers have registered to win a copy of THE SISTER QUEENS. If you haven’t entered yet, there is no time like the present.

    Good luck all!

  4. As of this morning there have been over a thousand entries to THE SISTER QUEENS giveaway. There are still two days left until the contest closes so if you haven’t already done so, head on over and enter.

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