I love reading! Don’t you?
I share about the books I read here on my website, on social media, and with my email list. I also run book giveaways for my email subscribers where I randomly select a subscriber to receive books from my reading list.
It’s my fun little book club and it’s perfect for fans of historical fiction and historical romance who love reading about strong women. Plus, it’s totally FREE!
To join the club, fill out the form to subscribe to receive emails from me. Subscribers who are on the list when I run a giveaway will be entered into the giveaway. It’s that easy! Please note that due to shipping costs I can only send free books within the US.
As a sign up bonus I will send you a .pdf file with my free bookmarks designed for strong women like you.
In my emails I also share about my writing, news, events, and more. I’d love to keep in touch and I promise not to spam you.
The giveaway is for three books a quarter. Drawings are in November, February, May and August*.
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The drawing of the next book-club winner is coming up on February 28th. After the drawing, I will reach out to the winner to mail them three wonderful books – The Only Woman in the Room, Victoria, and Learning to See. Read more about the books in today’s blog post.
Learning to See by Elise Hooper is one of my book club books for Winter 2020. To learn more and join my book club, click here. I read Learning to See’s 330 pages in one session, unwilling to get up off the couch and do something else. This story is the gripping tale of a…
Announcing the books for the upcoming book club drawing – Winter 2020. Every quarter I draw a winner from my email list subscribers. The winner receives free books (usually three) by mail. It’s my book club and joining it is free and easy. Continue reading to find out more about the winter 2020 drawing.
* Notes about the book club:
- I reserve the right to update the dates of the drawings to work with my schedule.
- To send over the books,I need permission from the winner as well as an address. So, after a drawing, I email the winner to ask for these details. If I don’t hear back within a couple of weeks, I send another email. If I don’t hear back for a couple of weeks after that second email, I either draw again or cancel the drawing for that quarter.