Friday, May 26, 2017

Books by Mary Balogh and Carol K. Carr & Mugs Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win three books by Mary Balogh, three books by Carol K. Carr and two mugs. Good luck!
 

 
The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

46 comments:

  1. I'd love to travel back to Victorian times - wearing beautiful gowns and gentlemen with manners sounds delightful!

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  2. Wow, what a question! I'd like to be able to travel to Australia every November for a few months to escape our vicious winters in AB

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  3. Would love to go back to the medieval times with the knights etc, love the jousting competitions and idea of rescuing damsels in distress.

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  4. I would travel to the 1800's in the old west of the US.

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  5. I would travel to the 1800s in England so I could ride in carriages and wear poofy dresses.

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  6. I would like to travel back to Ancient Rome. I find it so fascinating and would love to experience the sounds and smells there.

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  7. I would like to travel to Victorian England to attend the lavish social events and wear beautiful ball gowns.

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  8. I would travel to the period of Renaissance from 1475 to 1525 and live in Florence, Italy. Seldom has there been such a period in world history which impacted science, religion, art all at once. The burst of creativity and inquisitive spirit in this period is unparalleled and the works and achievements are venerated to this day.

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  9. I would travel to 1960's England to see the pop groups just starting up :)

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  10. I'd like to go back to the Old West. I love the movies and think it would be fun to visit. Wouldn't want to stay forever though.

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  11. I'd stay in the present; women can do virtually what they want to these days, in older times women had to abide by far more rules and were lower in status than men. Oh, I'm not a femanist btw

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  12. i would love to go learn with the druids i'm sure it would be very interesting

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  13. i would travel to the regency period in England to see how people lived, the area, just get an overall feel for living in a more civilized time.

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  14. I love reading about Regency London so would love to visit that time period.

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  15. In 1940's as will have lived to meet my paternal grand mother.

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  16. I would go back to the 1900s to meet my great grandparents because I've always heard neat stories about them!

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  17. I would go to prehistoric times and go dinosaur watching.

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  18. I would like to stay in England but go back to the 1970s, before the days of recession, the banking crisis, food banks and health and education cuts
    Jane

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  19. To my past, my childhood! Because I miss that, very much!

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  20. Maybe I'd go back in time to visit Helen Keller. I'd like to see how she learned things and how she learned to speak :)

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  21. I would travel to Egypt during the ancient times because I have always enjoyed learning about this in history class and I would like to see how the ancient pyramids were built!

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  22. I'd go to England in the 1800's! Just because of the history.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  23. Austria, to meet Princess Sissi.

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  24. Around early 1900's because when I see pictures of my home city Bath back then it feels like home! My sister thinks I am nuts but it's true.

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  25. I'd go to a house party in the Regency period in England. I love the clothes and the manners of that time period.

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  26. Tudor Era, love to read and to know more about this time :)

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  27. I would to a peek at the 1920s USA but only for a short while since I'm mixed and being mixed and 1920s don't mix at all! But I love clothes, the underground speakeasy's, flappers and of course the 1920s slangs were all so cool! ^.^

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  28. I would go back to 1063 and try to influence the British to mount a pre-emptive strike upon the Normans xx

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  29. I'd back into my own past and make some different decisions.

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  30. I would love to go back to 1950s America and experience the Grease-style teenage life. Probably not realistic, but the fashion was great anyway!

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  31. I would travel to the 1800's in Far West.

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  32. I would travel to the 60s Liverpool, just to enjoy The Beatles' music

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  33. On balance, I think life is much better today for women but if I travelled back in time, it would be to the Regency period. I would love to meet Jane Austen (one of my favourite authors!) and discuss her books.

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  34. I would travel back in time to the Victorian era because of the beautiful houses and quieter times.

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  35. I'd travel to Narnia just to see the beauty of it :)

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  36. I'd like to travel back to 1988 when our children we still alive and we were living in Seattle.

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  37. Hawaii before missionaries arrived to see the culture and unblemished beauty.
    lorenalke@yahoo.com

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  38. I'd like to visit the Victorian era

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  39. id go to vistorian times and try out the dresses

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  40. I'd go back to King Henry VIII's court in Tudor times to see what court life was really like!

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  41. I can't choose just one, thats why I love to read, you can go to any time or place that you could wish for!

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  42. I'd travel back and meet Jesus. See what the fuss was about

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  43. 1950. to amend what's happened in the middle east since - i'm sure all the current troubles with ISIS and with al-qaeda etc could have prevented with a better peace strategy

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  44. I find the 1920s to be really interesting. I love the fashion.

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  45. Disco era in New York so that I can visit Studio 54

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