Thursday, April 5, 2012

Hoppy Easter Eggstravagana Giveaway Hop

Follower Love Giveaway Hop

As a part of the Hoppy Easter Eggstravagana Giveaway Hop, I'm holding a giveaway for your choice of one of the following books. Please notice that I have not reviewed these books, but they come from an imprint that has minimal to no bad language and "fade to black" sex scenes in their books.

book coverThe Flower Reader by Elizabeth Loupas is a historical fiction.

Rinette Leslie of Granmuir has the ancient gift of divining the future in flowers, but her gift cannot prepare her for the turmoil that comes when the dying queen regent entrusts her with a casket full of Scotland's darkest secrets. On the very day she means to deliver it to newly crowned Mary, Queen of Scots, Rinette's husband is brutally assassinated. Devastated, Rinette demands justice before she will surrender the casket, but she is surrounded by ruthless men who will do anything to possess it.

book coverDancing at the Chance by DeAnna Cameron is a historical novel.

New York City in 1907 is a kingdom of endless possibilities for anyone who dares to dream. The Gilded Age has ended, and immigrants fill the bustling streets. The glamour of Broadway lures those who desire the limelight...

Pepper MacClair and her mother arrived penniless in New York thirteen years ago, and their fortune has not changed. Pepper dances at The Chance, a rundown venue long past its prime. It is not only Pepper's workplace, but also her home. And as the larger world changes around her and she is pulled into the intrigues of New York's elite, it is her last hope, not only to fulfill her dream, but to fulfill her heart.

This contest is for USA & Canada residents only.

To enter the giveaway:

1) you can twitter me saying "Hi @genrereviewer. Enter me in the giveaway for [give the book name and author's name]."


2) You can leave a comment to this post asking to be entered and naming which book you'd like to win. Please also leave some way for me to contact you--or follow this blog so you can see the winner announcement. I'd be fun if you also included why you're interested in reading this novel.

This giveaway ends on April 12, 2012 at midnight. The winner will be randomly selected. I'll announce the winner on April 13, 2012 on this blog.

If you entered using twitter, I'll send you a @ or DM telling you of your win and asking where to send the book. If you entered using the blog comments, you'll need to leave your e-mail address or check back to see if you won so you can e-mail me your mailing address. If the winner hasn't responded with a mailing address within four days, I reserve the right to pick a new winner.

I hope everyone has fun with this!

The blogs participating in the Hoppy Easter Eggstravagana Giveaway Hop:


Nata ArtistaDonna said...

I follow via GFC artistadonna
I would love either book :)
childrensbook13 at aol dot com

Natasha said...

I would pick The Flower Reader. Thanks for the chance to win!
natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

Linda said...

I would love to win The Flower Reader. I read and thoroughly enjoyed Ms. Loupas' novel The Second Duchess.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Lisa Richards/alterlisa said...

Dancing at the Chance would be my choice.
GFC- Lisa Richards

alterlisa AT yahoo DOT com

Georgette said...

Dancing at the Chance is the book I would pick if I win. Please enter me in the contest. Thanks for the great picks!

GFC-Georgette C

Na said...

I would like to read THE FLOWER READER. THank you for taking part in this blog hop and wishing you a great weekend.


Anonymous said...

I like to be entered to win Dancing at the Chance.

Dana said...

GFC- Danasquare

I would love to win Dancing at the chance

Shelby said...

Please enter me into the contest. Thanks for the giveaway! I would like to win The Flower Reader, please.
email: bookworm12595(at)yahoo(dot)com

Carol N Wong said...

I love historical fiction and have been wanting to read 'The Flower Reader" for a time so that is my choice.

GRC Carol N Wong


Christina Kit. said...

I'd love to win Dancing at the Chance by DeAnna Cameron because that period is intriguing and the characters sounds great:)

ccfioriole at gmail dot com

GFC Christina Kit.

MissKimberlyStardust said...

I'd love to read The Flower Reader, the cover is so beautiful I love it! Plus I love this genre :)

My contact info is : (the periods are supposed to be in the e-mail address)

GFC- MissKimberlyStardust

Angela Holland said...

I would like to win either book, but if I have to choose I pick Dancing at the Chance by Deanna Cameron

Thank you

griperang at embarqmail dot com

TxDee said...

Both books are intriguing because of the time periods. If I have to choose, I would pick Dancing At The Chance.

Crystal Langley said...

Hello, thanks for the giveaway and Happy Easter! I would love to be entered to win The Flower Reader.
langleylove at gmail dot com

Kathy said...

Dancing at the Chance

cyn209 said...

please enter me for the choice would be The Flower Reader!!!

thank you!!!!

cyn209 at juno dot com

Sophia Rose said...

Thanks for participating in the hop and for the giveaway opportunity.

Please enter me for The Flower Reader.

LilMissMolly said...

I'd like the Flower Reader. i read the Language of Flowers not too long ago and loved it! It sounds really good.
GFC follower

Cindy said...

Thanks for entering me in your giveaway.
I'd love to read "Flower Reader"
Happy Easter
I'm a GFC follower - Cindy Macbeth
cindymacbeth at gmail dot com

Ricki said...

I love historical fiction, so very difficult choice. I'd go with The Flower Reader.
GFC - rickimc

Lilian said...

Please enter me for Dancing at the Chance by DeAnna Cameron!
I am intrigued with the premise, the glamour of Broadway and a good rags to riches story never fails to catch my attention.


Jennifer Haile said...

Please enter me to win Dancing at the Chance. I love books that take place in the early twentieth century!

volta2173 at sbcglobal dot net

debbie said...

Please enter me for dancing at the chance.

Anonymous said...

I would like The Flower Reader.

desitheblonde said...

hi those book are like what i do
and then they are great reads

i would love to read either one

desi the blonde at msn dot com

Lauren Mackesy said...

I would love The Flower Reader please.
Lmackesy @

Katrina said...

Hi. I'd love to read Dancing at the Chance. :) Thanks. Email is oneagainst at hotmail dot com

Helen said...

I would love a chance to read the flower reader.It sounds like my type of book.
helldog3 at

ruthhill74 said...

While I would love to be entered for either one, I love historical fiction--so the Flower Reader would be great!

Shannon Jaymesmom Gallagher said...

I'd love to be entered to win the book The Flower Reader. Thank you!

surveylover77 at hotmail dot com

Lindsey said...

Dancing at the Chance sounds great. I love theater and reading about it in a different era would be fascinating!

collkosinski said...

The Flower Reader looks really interesting.

Colleen at myartsite dot com

Debbie Petts said...

Please enter me for Dancing at the Chance. I love history and theatre so this sounds great. Thanks!

Margaret said...

Thank you for the giveaway! I'll pick the flower reader because of it's setting in Scotland. Really hard to pick though because they both sounds very good.


Donna S. said...

Please enter me for 'The Flower Reader'. I love reading historical fiction. And to be honest, from what I have just read about storyline, it is making me want to read more, has captured my attention.

Joy said...

I'd love to be entered.
I'd like The Flower Reader. Thanks.
magic9505 at embarqmail dot com

Lana Bradstream said...

I'd take THE FLOWER READER. It sounds like an interesting plot and I love Scotland!


Tressa said...

I'd like The Flower Reader. Thanks for the giveaway!
tressa dot sherman at hotmail dot com

Velvet Hubler said...

The Flower Reader sounds amazing! Thankyou for hosting this giveaway!

velvethubler at yahoo dot com

Viari Rose said...

I follow via GFC. Dancing at the Chance looks good, I do love historicals and the 1900's are my favorite era.

nicolesender said...

I'd like to read The Flower Reader by Elizabeth Loupas.