Monday, December 3, 2012


…or at least a chance to win some! It’s a Christmas Regency blog hop, with each participating author giving away copies of her Astraea Press ebook at each stop on the tour. Plus, enter here for more chances to win:

First prize: FIVE Regency Christmas ebooks
Second prize: THREE ebooks
Third prize: one ebook

Winners can select their prizes from this list:
A Christmas Surprise (Lindsay Downs)
Ghosts of Winters Past (Christina Graham Parker)
Partridge and the Peartree (Patricia Kiyono)
Redeeming the Deception of Grace (Kristin Vayden)
Scandal on Half Moon Street (Vivian Roycroft)
The Devil Duke Takes a Bride (Rachel Van Dyken)
The Duke of Christmas Past (Kim Bowman)
The Toymaker (Kay Springsteen)
Time for a Duke (Ruth J. Hartman)
Two Turtledoves (Leah Sanders)
Vidal’s Honor (Sherry Gloag)

Each author has her own rules on each blog, so be sure to read the fine print on each stop. To enter here on the AP blog, just leave a comment below.

Ready? Here’s the blog hop entry link. Let’s visit Kim Bowman and The Duke of Christmas Past. Rumor has it the infamous Mrs. Peabody has something to say about Miss Tess Warren… but Mrs. Peabody has something delicious to say about everything that’s going on!


  1. This is awesome Happy Holidays
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  2. Emma Gubler
    This is great!

  3. Thanks for hosting this hop! :)

  4. Really enjoying the hop!

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  5. I've been reading several AP writers works lately and really enjoying them. I'd love a chance to get more to read over the holidays.

  6. This would be an awesome Xmas prez! Tx much for hosting the hop.

  7. This absolutely wonderful idea, thanks for the chance!

    inga from Me and Reading
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  8. Thanks for the contest, and thanks for publishing clean books.

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  9. Thanks for the chance to win these awesome prizes!


  10. Thanks for the contest and the new authors I've never read, I'm excited to read their books.

  11. After visiting each of these sites, I would have a hard time picking a favorite from the Eleven Lords Christmas Regency collection. They all sound fascinating. I also found the entries from "Mrs. Peabody's Society Pages" posted on each blog to be absolutely deliciously "scandalous" to read. Whoever wrote them did a terrific job, and I do how the good Mrs. Peabody doesn't break her quill!

    Thank you for a thoroughly delightful contest.
    Good luck to all the authors.

    MartiOcilka (at) comcast (dot) net