On the Twelfth Day of Christmas – Book 2

On the twelfth day of Christmas On the Tudor Trail gave to me the chance to win a copy of either Cor Rotto or The Raven’s Widow by Adrienne Dillard. Winner’s choice!

To be in the running to win this book, leave a comment after this post.

Conditions of Entry

For your chance to win either Cor Rotto or The Raven’s Widow, you must be subscribed to On the Tudor Trail’s newsletter (if you are not already, sign up on our homepage where it says ‘Free Enewsletter Subscription’).

Then simply leave a comment after this post between now and 31 December 2017. Don’t forget to leave your name and a contact email. Please note that I have comment moderation activated and need to ‘approve’ comments before they appear. There is no need to submit your comment twice.

This giveaway is open internationally.

One winner will be randomly selected and contacted by email shortly after the competition closes. Please ensure you’ve added natalie@onthetudortrail.com to your address book to avoid missing my email.

Good luck!

Find Out More

Read Adrienne’s guest article about New Year’s Day in Tudor England.

About the Author

Adrienne Dillard, author of “Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey” and “The Raven’s Widow: A Novel of Jane Boleyn” is a graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with emphasis in History from Montana State University-Northern.

Adrienne has been an eager student of history for most of her life and has completed in-depth research on the American Revolutionary War time period in American History and the history and sinking of the Titanic. Her senior university capstone paper was on the discrepancies in passenger lists on the ill-fated liner and Adrienne was able to work with Philip Hind of Encyclopedia Titanica for much of her research on that subject.

Visit Adrienne’s official website.

 

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Comments

  1. My favorite reading genre, I love historical novels!

  2. Don’t see many books on this woman so I’d live to read it even if I don’t win.

  3. Not sure how I could choose between these two books, as I’ve not read enough about either of these women. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  4. Decisions, decisions!! Love the chance to win one of these!

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