GIVEAWAY: 2 Books THE MIDNIGHT WITCH and THE SILVER WITCH by Paula Brackston

Celebrate the spring equinox with two enchanting novels by Paula Brackston.

If you are looking for a little magic and romance set in Victorian/Edwardian era London or maybe you are looking for something a little more mystical involving dueling time periods and Celtic history….wherever your heart resides then one of these books is sure to fill it!

Witch lit lovers, I have a special treat for you! Thanks to the publisher, this week’s bitchin’ giveaway is for two books: THE MIDNIGHT WITCH and THE SILVER WITCH by Paula Brackston!

Giveaway runs 3/27/15 to 4/2/15

Winners will be announced 4/3/15.

(how to enter)

On this blog you must leave a comment to be entered in the giveaway.  Your comment MUST include your email so I can contact you….if you do not enter an email in the comments your entry will be void. Winners will be notified by email the day after the giveaway closes and have five days to respond, it not another winner will be chosen. 

(GIVEAWAY OPEN TO US ONLY AND NO PO BOX)

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Spotlight: Paperback Release THE MIDNIGHT WITCH by Paula Brackston

Double bubble toil and trouble!

THE MIDNIGHT WITCH by Paula Brackston is being release in paperback on March 24th!

If you haven’t discovered this fantastic author yet, you need to! I have read two of her books and absolutely love her! 

I will be hosting a giveaway for both THE MIDNIGHT WITCH and her latest book THE SILVER WITCH, so please be watching for that post!

Here is a summary of THE MIDNIGHT WITCH and there is even a little sneak peak

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Review: The Tapestry (Joanna Stafford #3) by Nancy Bilyeau

Joanna Stafford is still struggling to adjust to life in the sleepy town of Dartford.

Once a novice nun, but now….not, thanks to King Henry VIII, Joanna is content weaving her tapestries at her home.

The sudden disappearance of her would be husband, Edmund Scovill, has left Joanna upset and confused (not to mention the reader!) but she is resolved to continue her work on her tapestries far from the English court.

Well, her weaving has caught the attention of the King. When a royal summons from Whitehall comes, demanding Joanna’s presence at court, she can hardly refuse the royal order.

When she arrives at court, she is literally attacked instantly by an unknown assailant. It becomes clear that someone wants her dead and the attacked was a carefully orchestrated by a trained assassin.

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Special Feature: TWEET-A-THON with author Steve Berry

Steve Berry’s latest historic thriller/spy novel in the Cotton Malone series, THE PATRIOT THREAT, is bring released on March 31st! I will be posting a review on it in April but until then, here is a fun event you can participate in!

Starting March 22nd, you can use the hash tag #PatriotThreat to connect with fellow fans of the book and to check out some cool history facts! Please consider joining in with this Tweet-a-Thon!

Special Feature & Giveaway: MADEMOISELLE CHANEL by C.W. Gortner

Please join author C.W. Gortner as his latest release, Mademoiselle Chanel, is featured around the blogosphere from March 17-April 3, and enter to win one of three fabulously chic, Chanel-style black and white beaded bracelets!

02_Mademoiselle Chanel CoverPublication Date: March 17, 2015
William Morrow/HarperCollins
Formats: Hardover, eBook, Audio Book

Genre: Historical Fiction

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DRAMA, PASSION, TRAGEDY, AND BEAUTY: C.W.’s new novel stunningly imagines the life of Coco Chanel—the iconic fashion designer whose staggering creativity built an empire and made her one of the 20th century’s most influential, and controversial, figures.

Born into rural poverty, Gabrielle Chanel and her sisters are sent to a convent orphanage after their mother’s death. Here, the nuns nurture Gabrielle’s exceptional sewing skills, a talent that will propel her into a life far removed from the drudgery of her childhood.

Transforming herself into Coco—a seamstress and sometime torch singer—the petite brunette burns with ambition, an incandescence that draws a wealthy gentleman who will become the love of her life. She immerses herself in his world of money and luxury, discovering a freedom that sparks her creativity. But it is only when her lover takes her to Paris that Coco discovers her destiny.

Rejecting the frilly, corseted silhouette of the past, her sleek minimalist styles reflect the youthful ease and confidence of the 1920s modern woman. As Coco’s reputation spreads, her couturier business explodes, taking her into rarefied society circles and bohemian salons. Her little black dress, her signature perfume No. 5; her dramatic friendships, affairs, and rivalries with luminaries of her era increase her wealth and fame. But as the years pass, success cannot save her from heartbreak. And when Paris falls to the Nazis during World War II, Coco finds herself at a dangerous crossroads, forced to make choices that will forever change her.

An enthralling portrayal of an extraordinary woman who created the life she desired, Mademoiselle Chanel is Coco’s intimate story.

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