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Book Giveaway ǀ The Bronte Plot



Hello! Today, I am again hosting a giveaway because this book needs another fangirl opportunity here on Dreaming Under the Same Moon. If you've not read Katherine Reay's books, there's no time like the present to do just that. The reason being is Katherine's third novel, The Bronte Plot, is available today. This is a fact that has me very excited. Because of that excitement, I'd like to send one of you a copy of Katherine's novel. The Bronte Plot as with each of Katherine's novels is unique. It's not a romance novel, and is instead about a young woman who realizes the destruction she is wrecking not just on other's lives but her own because of the choices she's made. As messy as this may sound, the results are beautiful.

EDIT: Below you can also enter to win a Kindle copy of Rachelle Rea's The Sound of Silver (starting tomorrow the 5th). If you've already commented (on this post) in association with The Bronte Plot giveaway, that comment will also count towards an entry in this giveaway.
  
As is the standard for every giveaway, the rules and such are the same as always. But I'll post them just the same 

BOOK REIVEW: The Bronte Plot by Katherine Reay

The giveaway(s) is open to all readers. But if you are outside the U.S., by entering you're agreeing to accept a gifted Kindle version of the book; U.S. readers will have the option of choosing Kindle or paperback (when applicable). I do ask that anyone who leaves a comment under "anonymous," please leave the same name you enter into the widget in your comment - it's not easy to try and match comments when there is no name and in fairness to everyone else, I want to be able to be sure everyone who used the Rafflecopter correctly has a fair chance at winning against those who abuse it - there have been a few people I could not verify. So please, I don't mean to overwhelm, but just keep this in mind when entering future giveaways. I'd sure appreciate it! Winner(s) will have 48 hours to respond to the email notification before another winner is randomly chosen.

To be entered in the giveaway, just enter as much or as little as you like into the Rafflecopter widget, which you'll find down below. The Giveaway ends November 11th.


The Bronte Plot SynopsisLucy Alling makes a living selling rare books, often taking suspicious measures to reach her goals. When her unorthodox methods are discovered, Lucy's secret ruins her relationship with her boss and her boyfriend James—leaving Lucy in a heap of hurt, and trouble. Something has to change; she has to change.

In a sudden turn of events, James's wealthy grandmother Helen hires Lucy as a consultant for a London literary and antiques excursion. Lucy reluctantly agrees and soon discovers Helen holds secrets of her own. In fact, Helen understands Lucy's predicament better than anyone else.

As the two travel across England, Lucy benefits from Helen's wisdom, as Helen confronts the ghosts of her own past. Everything comes to a head at Haworth, home of the Brontë sisters, where Lucy is reminded of the sisters' beloved heroines, who, with tenacity and resolution, endured—even in the midst of change.

Now Lucy must go back into her past in order to move forward. And while it may hold mistakes and regrets, she will prevail—if only she can step into the life that's been waiting for her all along. - Goodreads


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BOOK REVIEW: The Sound of Silver by Rachelle Rea

The Sound of Silver Synopsis: The stalwart saint and the redeemed rebel. One is fighting for faith, the other for honor… After Dirk rescues Gwyneth from the Iconoclastic Fury, she discovers that faith is sometimes fragile—and hope is not as easy as it may seem. Gwyneth continues her quest to learn more about the love of God preached by Protestants she once distrusted. Meanwhile, Dirk’s quest is to prevent his sullied name from staining hers. Will his choice to protect her prove the undoing of her first faltering steps toward a Father God? Once separated, will Dirk and Gwyneth’s searching hearts ever sing the same song? - Goodreads

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  1. Today I'm starting Love's Sure Dawn by Naomi Rawlings, the third in her series. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. Fun! That's an author/series I'm not familiar with, Heidi. Hope you're enjoying. :)

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  2. I just started A Noble Masquerade by Kristi Ann Hunter and I am loving it! It's really good! I still need to read Lizzy and Jane but I'm also looking forward to this one!

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    1. Ooo, I've wondered about Kristi's novel, Abbi. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  3. I'm reading "Intertwined" by Jennifer Slattery and "A Reason to Stay" by Kellie Coates Gilbert. Very different stories, but both good in their own ways!

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    1. I'm glad, Becky! It's always cool to read contrasting stories; we get lots of lovely imaginative worlds that way. :)

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  4. I'm reading One + One = Blue, by M.J. Auch. It's a middle grade book about a misfit kid who has synesthesia (a condition I'm rather fascinated by).

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    1. Aw, that sounds like a really sweet read, Kristin. I'm not familiar with the condition, but depending on how the author deals with the topic, sometimes it's nice to discover something in fiction that's unusual but handled well. Happy reading! :)

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  5. I'm reading Irish Meadows by Susan Anne Mason and also Born of Persuasion by Jessica Dotta. I've loved both of Katherine Reay's books so far and am looking forward to this one.

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    1. YAY! Sounds like you've got some great reading, Brittaney! I'm definitely curious about Irish Meadows. If you enjoyed Katherine's earlier books, I think you'll love this one too. :)

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  6. I have been looking forward to this book! Excited to read it.

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    1. It's amazing, Miranda! Hope you enjoy it. :)

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  7. Current read is...well, honestly...my novel that I'm entering in NaNoWriMo this year. It's called 'I Cannot Fathom'. And if I get it published, I promise I will send you an autographed copy of it, Rissi!;)

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    1. That's amazing, Raquel! I'm so glad you're entering NaNo! I've never been organize or brave enough... or maybe both. ;) Either way, your story sounds great - and of course, I'd be delighted to have (and read) a copy! :)

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  8. I'm reading 'The Last Battle' by C.S. Lewis right now and really enjoying it!

    Thanks for this giveaway Rissi. I loved 'Dear Mr. Knightly' and look forward to reading this new book by Katherine Reay. : )

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    1. LOVE C.S. Lewis' books. Alas I've yet to read the rest of the Narnia books (I think I read the first three). But one of these days, I'll pick them up again.

      I think you'll really enjoy Katherine's latest, Cathy; especially if you're a fan of DMK! :)

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  9. Thanks for highlighting this book and for the giveaway!

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  10. Who doesn't love book-themed-books? Thanks for the giveaway- and a fun blog for reading! ^^

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    1. Right!? Who doesn't! And this one in particular is amazing. :) Thank you for being a reader, Joni. :)

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  11. I just read "Rebecca" this week, and oh my word! It was a thrilling book, so good and captivating! I loved the Jane-Eyre nods in it as well :).

    Hmm, "The Bronte Plot" is one I'd like to read. . . the cover is gorgeous too!

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    1. Ooo, I've heard Rebecca is good. I'm such a slacker when it comes to classic literature! Much as I love Austen stories (on film), I cannot seem to get through the books. *sigh*

      The Bronte Plot is gorgeous - inside and out! Happy reading. Hope you have a chance to read it. :)

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  12. I would love to win and read this book. I have visited Haworth and the Brönte parsonage myself in September and would love to read a book (partly) taking place there!

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  13. I'm sorry Rissi, I put my real name, 'Tryntsje' in the widget, but commented here with my blog name....

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    1. This 'Bronte' novel is AMAZING, Birdie! It's one I'm certain to re-read - best of luck!

      (No worries! I'd have known who that was... it's just that sometimes I can't match the person with the Rafflecopter "task" and in order to be fair to those who do all of the right things to earn entries, I like to be fair. :) Thanks for letting me know; you're all good.)

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  14. Wow, Rissi, you are marvelous. :)

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    1. Excited to offer a giveaway, Rachelle; sorry I haven't promoted it as much - and that it got added to this post last minute! But I'll start sharing more. :)

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  15. I am currently reading Isle of Hope by Julie Lessman and Jessie Belle by Jennifer Peel. Both are great reads and I would highly recommend them!! :)

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    1. Good to know, Sydney! I've been wanting to read up on Julie's contemporary debut; it sounds amazing. :)

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  16. I just finished reading "Silver Moon Cottage" by Sara Ware Bassett! I had never heard of the author, but the book caught my eye at an antique store and I gave it a go. Pretty cute!

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    1. That's fun! Finding new authors is always the mark of a good day. I've not heard of Sara, but her book title is darling! Glad the random find wound up being a good discovery, Everly. :)

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  17. Recently I've been reading a lot of Chautona Havig's books.

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    1. Hope you're enjoying them, Lisa. :)

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  18. I'm reading Until the Harvest by Sarah Loudin Thomas in paperback. I'm reading Hang Your Heart on Christmas by Heather Blanton on my Kindle.

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    1. Sarah's books are amazing, Patty! At some point I need to read her follow up novel, 'Harvest' as I believe I've only read her debut. :)

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  19. Today I began reading A SPARROW IN TEREZIN by Kristy Cambron.

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    1. Ooo, that sounds like an excellent read, Caryl! Kristy's debut is beautiful. :)

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  20. I've read her first two books and loved them. Can't wait to get my hands on this one.

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    1. Yay! Happy reading, Tima; this one is, amazing! :)

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  21. I'm rereading Marissa Meyer's Lunar chronicles since the new one comes out soon!

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    1. Yay! I am ashamed to admit I've yet to read those, Kailin. But I hear they're amazing so I'm anticipating reading them all... soon as I get over being intimidated by them. ;)

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  22. I just started reading Luther & Katherina by Jody Hedlund.

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  23. I enjoy historical fiction books from the early American days.

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    1. Jody's Luther and Katherina is an amazing read. Hope you're enjoying it, Heather. :)

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  24. I'm currently reading Sarah Ladd's The Curiosity Keeper. I haven't yet read any of Katherine's books so thanks for the chance to win The Bronte Plot.

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    1. I saw The Curiosity Keeper at the bookstore, Pam - it looked really good! As for Katherine's novels, I've loved all three. Best of luck. :)

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  25. O, I'm looking forward to reading both of these books! thanks for an awesome giveaway. My next book is Christmas Joy Ride by Melody Carlson. =)

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    1. Fun! It's always cool to read a Christmas book around this time of year. :)

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    2. It was great! I have a few more Christmas books to go through in prep for the holidays!

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  26. Looking forward to reading this book!

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    1. Yay! Happy reading, Donna; both books are amazing in their own way. :)

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