Win my Book on the 18th Century Blog!

15 August, 2011 at 8:26 pm 2 comments

The wonderful 18th Century Blog is holding its yearly give-away, and you can win my book “The Radiant Boy – Four Ghost Stories from the Age of Sail”, illustrated by Amandine de Villeneuve!

CLICK HERE FOR THE CONTEST

The contest is open worldwide; deadline is 21 August (7pm EST) and all you have to do is leaving a comment and crossing your fingers.

Good luck!

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  • 1. Moshe  |  6 December, 2011 at 4:50 am

    Your blog is humorous & enlightening, I just finished seeing Episode 3 of season 3 about the trial.Bully for our young solicitor,though the word “lawyer” as to one whom prctices law seems more capable a term. I didn’t understand also why Southland took the hand of Sir What’s His Name played by Rupert the Cynic but you seem to be perceptive about it.And yet Lady Lyndsey Marshal also mopped his R.I.P. brow & closed his eyes so that rigor mortis wouldn’t have him giving the 600 yard stare. I’m watching this on YouTube
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iArq01c706Q&feature=related put up by “PeriodxDrama” ‘s channel
    http://www.youtube.com/user/PeriodxDrama?feature=watch
    She? has some amazing films.
    Thank You, your blog is well set up and exciting,I plan to follow.
    Moshe from Israel

    Reply
    • 2. Molly Joyful  |  11 December, 2011 at 9:00 pm

      thank you! glad to hear you have fun with my blog.

      the handshake is still a mystery to me – it was so obvious mr. southouse wanted to pass the jail fever on. i hope for a fourth series to learn what will come out of that – in the last episode, sir arthur was seen carrying a handkerchief. so who knows, maybe mr. southouse’s plan was successful? so many questions… yes, we really need a series 4!

      Reply

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