I’m giving away a “trip” Across the Pond

 

 

In honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, I’m giving away 5 copies of my novella, GRACE & MAGGIE ACROSS THE POND!*

Grace and Maggie take their good-natured bantering  to the land of crowns and Fascinators for a pony trekking holiday. While riding over the countryside’s beautiful hills and dales, they discover a friend in need of a fresh start. Find out how their trip becomes a whirlwind race to save newly-widowed Emma’s outlook on life. Grab a cup of tea and settle in to ride along with these two fun-loving gals across the pond.

 

This is my favorite picture of the Queen. We once "brushed elbows" at Wimbledon Horse Show, and she looked just like this.

Here’s how to enter: Subscribe to this blog, and then leave a comment on this thread for one credit. To be entered twice, email me the name of my “local pub” from the time I spent living in England. (Hint: you’ll find the name and picture in one of my past posts.)

If you are already a subscriber, you can also play by emailing me the name of the pub.

If you’ve already read Across the Pond, please consider going to Amazon and writing a comment or two about what you enjoyed about Grace & Maggie’s trip. Word of mouth helps immensely.

Winners will be announced Wednesday, June 6th.

TA! (That’s British for thanks!)

(*North American addresses will receive a paperback, and overseas pals will receive a digital copy.)

 

 

 

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12 thoughts on “I’m giving away a “trip” Across the Pond

    1. Bev Post author

      Thanks, Joanne! Watching the coverage of the Queen stirs many memories for me, I hope Grace & Maggie’s story brings a little of the old country to readers on this side of the pond.

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  1. Nancee

    I signed up for your newsletter, and I’d love to win a copy of your book. It sounds like a really fun read. I love tea, and sitting with a cup of tea and a good book is always a wonderful way to relax.

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    1. Bev Post author

      Nancee,
      You’re entered, and a step closer to your armchair visit to merry olde England, get your teakettle poised!

      Reply

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