Tuesday, August 16, 2011

"To Die For" Giveaway!

Ok Friends this is Sandra Byrd's latest novel and it was very well done.  If you are an avid reader of "Tudor Times" or not, I think you will enjoy this wonderful historical fiction novel by Sandra Byrd following Ann Boleyn's life from the perspective of her best friend Meg.  Here's what you have to do:

1.  Leave a comment answering this question- what other time period besides the present, would you like to live in? (1 entry)

2.  Become a follower of my blog and leave a comment that you did. (please leave email address) (additional entry)

The winner for this contest will be chosen next Tuesday - August 23rd.

Thanks for playing and happy reading!


  1. Hi, Cheryl! I'd love to be included in this giveaway. If I had to live during any other time period, it would be the 1940's. Though the world was at war, I like how ordinary folks rose to challenges and became heroes. And I love the clothes :) Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

    I couldn't see your followers but will come back later to see if I already joined up or will be able to then. Blessings!

    reneeasmith61 [at] yahoo [dot] com

  2. Hey, Cheryl (It's Beth from Christian Fiction Devourers, just in case)! Please enter me in the giveaway. I've practically been stalking this novel on the internet, can't wait to eventually get my hands on it.

    If I had to live in another time period, I'd say that I'd pick Colonial times. I always loved reading those kind of stories because the ladies still wore beautiful dresses and there was so much excitement because the US began to fight for their independence. I think it all started with Felicity from the American Girl dolls, haha.

    I'm already a follower of your blog through Google Friend Connect.


  3. Okay, here goes the third attempt, lol. I am interested in all things English history, and this book is one I'd like to read. Time perod? Hmmm...that's hard for me. I guess I'm going to go with late 1600s through the early 1700s, (Golden Age of Piracy :-) I follow you through Google Friend Connect - Gwen Gage

  4. Hi. I would like to be entered to win this please. I would like to live in the 1960's. Not so long ago, but they called them the swinging sixties, and I just love all the skirts etc. I would also like to live in medieval times, although I think it would be a very tough life.

  5. Hi Cheryl this is Loraine from Goodreads. I would love to live in the colonial period and witness the birth of America with its dream of freedom especially freedom of religion.

  6. Oh please enter me! I've wanted to read this for a while. :)

    I would have loved to live the 1800's. The dresses back then, though unpractical (I'm a jeans girl), were amazing. And the manners... *sigh* :)

    I too love reading about the Tudor period! VERY interesting.

  7. Whoops, forgot to leave an email address before. But I was going to leave another comment anyway, because I just started follwing! Seeing that you had reviewed Brunstetter's newest book did it. :) I love her. :)


  8. This sounds like a really great book.

    I think I would have enjoyed the 1800's when life might have seemed a lot simpler. Out in the country is where you would find me.

    countrysunset40 (at) aol dot com

  9. I am a new gfc follower as countrysunset40.

    countrysunset40 (at) aol dot com

  10. I'd have to say I would have loved to live during the '20s. I loved the clothes and the era in general.

  11. I'm not sure how to follow you on your blog because I can't find a link, but I added you to my Google Reader where I have all the blogs listed that I follow.


  12. I think I would like to live in the 1700s or 1800s. I love reading books written in that time period.


  13. Please feel free to drop by my blog "Amish Stories" for the recipe for "Famous Pennsylvania Dutch Sticky Cinnamon Buns". I also have Amish fiction writer Wanda Brunstetter's book writing schedule for Lancaster Pennsylvania and Ohio on this post along with her contest. That book tour will be in September for both states, and i hope to see some of you folks drop by my blog and say hello. Thanks everyone. Richard