Friday, February 25, 2011

Gothic Romance Give Away and Stuff...

Wow! The time really got past me this month. I haven't done a book give away in a while. So, I'm giving away a grab bag of three Victoria Holt and Phyllis A. Whitney novels to someone who replies to this post within 72 hours or by Monday, 2/28 at 11pm EST. Just make a comment about anything, really, related to gothic romance. I'll use the Random Number Generator to make the choice of a winner.

It's slow going with writing, work, editing, and midterms this week, but I hope to have a review up in a few days. Anyone reading anything good?

Also, the blog is still open to guest reviewers (you can review a gothic novel and promote your website, etc. if you'd like) and to authors in the genre. Just send me a message or comment here if you're interested.

Have a fabulous weekend!

8 comments:

Louiz said...

Hey, I'd love to win this, all my Victoria Holt books are in my parents loft and I've not tried any Phyllis A. Whitney yet.

Lisa Greer said...

Great! :) Well, your chances are pretty good, Louiz. Thanks for stopping by...

Kristen said...

Hi Lisa,
I actually just finished reading 'Ammie, Come Home" by Barbara Michaels. It was a little long but I truly enjoyed it! =)

Lisa Greer said...

Kristen, I love that one, too! :)

toni said...

Hi Lisa. I'd like to enter. I've only read one Victoria Holt (Mistress of Mellyn), which was pretty good. And one Phyllis Whitney (The Winter People), which I thought was TERRIBLE. So I'd like to try another Whitney before I write her off for good.

I think the problem getting started with either of them is that they wrote so much, I have no idea where to start or finish!

crystal tracy said...

It's been a while since I've read any Victoria Holt. I read a bunch of Phyllis Whitney when I was in California 2 years ago--the upside to an underfunded library is that they still have a lot of cool old books. and it was a totally different experience reading Whitney's book set in Carmel while living within a half hour of her setting. fascinating to experience a book's setting like that.

Shauna said...

I just learned about Victoria Holt a couple weeks ago while doing some research on Gothic fiction (which is also how I came across this blog). I've never tried her, but since she's one of The Names To Know, I should!

Lisa Greer said...

Crystal, the random number generator picked you! Congrats... :) I posted on your word press blog as well, but if you email me your address, I'll be glad to get your books out to you. lisalgreer at yahoo dot com

Thanks!

 
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