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Apr 26 2016

The Trouble to Check Her Blog Tour Winners and Contest-Updates

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Congratulations to winners from ‘The Trouble to Check Her’ book launch: Linda Thompson, Sandra Jantze, Carol Logan and Leah Pruet. And to Michelle, last week’s winner in the blog sharing contest.

 

Lots of  new tour posts out there, so I thought I’d update the entire list this time!

In case you hadn’t seen the earlier post about the contest, here’s the scoop. I’d love to have you help me share the word about The Trouble to Check Her blog tour and support all the lovely bloggers who are hosting me. So, below is a calendar and I’ll add links to each post as it goes live. I’ll also post each time there’s a new tour post out to make it easy to visit and share each post on Facebook, Twitter and whatever other social media you are connected with. Each time you share a post, leave a comment over here either on this post or the one announcing the tour stop. If you share multiple times, let me know. 

Each share will be a contest entry. 

Prizes

Top sharers will have their choices of a bunch of different prizes, including signed paperbacks, audiobooks, ebooks and Jane Austen Said it best magnets, mousepads, mugs… lots of goodies!

I also have random prizes for anyone who shares. Through the tour, I’ll make 1-2 random drawings each week from those who shared in the previous week. Ebooks, magnets, and audiobooks will be in that prize basket.

So what do you think? Want to join in?

The Blog Tour

Here’s the calendar with links to the current posts to share from:

March 30 Book Launch with giveaway at Jane Austen Variations

March 31 Review by Savvy Verse and Wit 

March 31 Review by Obsessed by Mr. Darcy 

April 4 The Trouble with Writing Lydia, excerpt and giveaway, My Jane Austen Book Club

April 6 A woman’s work is never done, VVB32 Reads

April 12 There was no Windex during the Regency! at More Agreeably Engaged

April 15 Why write about Lydia, review and excerpt at Just Jane 1813

April 15 Review  at Margie’s Must Reads

April 17 Interview with Casting Light upon Shadow

April 19 Lydia plays games at Babblings of a Bookworm

April 23 Review at Calico Critic

April 26 Review at Half Agony, Half Hope

April 28 Educating Young Ladies at So Little Time…

May 3 Games Lydia Might Play at My kids led me back to Pride and Prejudice

May 5 Those Crazy Kids: Rules of Regency Courtship Samantha Wilcoxon

May 6 What inspired ‘The Trouble to Check Her’, at Tony Riches

May 10 Easier than Gretna Green Relevant History with Suzanne Adair

May 12 Not what you might think: Good Reasons for strict courtship rules at Anna Belfrage

May 17 The Business of Courtship at Mark Noce

May 19 Papa doesn’t get to choose now! The Decline of Arranged Marriages at Outtakes of a Historical Novelist

May 24 The Dance of Courtship at The World of Heyerwood

May 26 Taking Tea with Lydia Bennet at The Book Rat

 

Looking forward to seeing you at the tour stops and to giving away some great prizes here to all who share the word!

 

16 comments

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  1. Michele

    Just shared, thanks for the contest.

  2. Anji

    Shared in Goodreads Austenesque TBR Challenge 2016 Group and just popping over to Twitter to tweet your update.

  3. Vesper Meikle

    tweeted

  4. Sheila L. M.

    Congratulations to the winners. Enjoy.

  5. Vesper Meikle

    http://candy-m.blogspot.ca/2016/04/the-trouble-to-check-her-blog-tour.html – tweeted, G+, commented

  6. Vesper Meikle

    My kids led me back to Pride and Prejudice – tweeted, G+, commented

  7. Deborah

    Shared on Fb and Twitter the surrender reviews post

  8. Deborah

    Shared on Twitter and FB tiny rich’s post.

  9. Vesper Meikle

    Easier than Gretna Green Relevant History with Suzanne Adair – tweeted and G+, and commented

  10. Vesper Meikle

    http://nocestories.blogspot.ca/2016/05/the-trouble-to-check-her.html – tweeted, G+, commented

    1. Maria Grace

      You’re amazing Vesper! Thanks!

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