Thursday, April 23, 2015

Day #17 of The Captive Imposter Blog Tour!

HAVE YOU RSVPed FOR THE CAPTIVE IMPOSTER AUTHOR CHAT PARTY ON FACEBOOK YET?


Want to know more? 

Im excited! 
And nervous!
Its tonight! 
Friday, April 24th! 

The three hours—8-11 EST—will be broken up into six half-hour segments, each themed after one of my favorite classics, and each with its fair share of giveaways and fun discussions! And six of my booky friends are going to help me! Be ready to talk everything Everstone with me and Charity Andrews, Michele Israel Harper, Savanna Kaiser, Jessica Keller, Pepper D. Basham and Susan Tuttle!


And there will be themed grand prizes for each half hour! Can you tell what the books are? Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, Les Miserables, North and South, Little Women and Cotillion by Georgette Heyer! Lots of other stuff too, like blank journals, devotionals, bookmarks, reader-journals AND an Everstone Chronicles mug with some famous blueberry tea from Everston! And ebook copies of winners choice of The Everstone Chronicles, of course!




NEW REVIEWS FOR  
THE CAPTIVE IMPOSTER!

“After reading this third book in the Everstone Chronicles, I have come to realize that I am in good hands when I pick up a book with Dawn Crandall’s name on the cover. Her books offer a bit of everything, but definitely deliver on the things that I look for in a historical romance – endearing lead characters, tension-filled scenes and a believable romance. Plus, she writes in first-person, which is unique, and she excels at this narration style.”
—BETH BULOW, STRAIGHT OFF THE PAGE


“Dexter, the perfect foil for Crandall’s heroine in The Captive Imposter, broods just as much as our beloved Mr. Darcy and Mr. Rochester. Ever the hero who comes in to save the day, Dexter stands apart from other heroes with his passion for helping others and being a man of God. The Captive Imposter is a character-driven novel in which Crandall excels at developing her hero and heroine.”
—MARISA DESHAISE, STRAIGHT OFF THE PAGE

http://straightoffthepage.com/the-captive-imposter/



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http://dawncrandall.blogspot.com/2015/04/day-15-of-captive-imposter-blog-tour.html

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24 comments:

  1. I have several in my TBR pile. I loved The Apothecarys Daughter! Awesome read. I gave Tutors Daughter, but I haven't got to it yet. :)

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  2. I have read several of Julie's books and absolutely fell in love with them!! The Tutors Daughter is one I've been looking forward to reading. Thank you for the chance to win a copy....I also love Tracie Peterson and Judie Miller!

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  3. Oops, that should read Judith Miller!

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  4. I love Julie Klassens books. I love how you learn so much of the different roles people lead in her books. I have read all but the last.

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  5. I love all of Julie's books! The Tutor's Daughter is one of my favorites. I also really enjoyed the entire Broadmoor Legacy series by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller. I can't wait to begin reading the Everstone Chronicles!

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  6. I have read most of Julie's books and have enjoyed them. I love the English settings and Regency time period. I also enjoy Tracie Peterson's novels, but haven't read any of Judith Miller's books yet. Thanks again for the great giveaway!

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  7. I haven't read any of her books yet. They sound really good. Thank you for the giveaway. :)

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  8. I've read a few of her books- my favorite is her most recent release The Secret of Pembrooke Park! I have several more of hers to read to catch up, including this one!

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  9. Not yet, but I do have a few of her books my to-read list.

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  10. I love the Regency setting! The Dancing Master is waiting on my TBR pile! :)

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  11. I love Julie as well! I'm always anxiously awaiting her new releases.

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  12. I have not read any of her books.
    rita dot navarre at yahoo dot com

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  13. Not yet, but I sure want to :)
    dkstevensneAT outlookD otCoM

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  14. Yes-- I have read some of Julie's work. Thanks for the giveaway!

    http://calicocritic.blogspot.com/2014/01/book-review-dancing-master-by-julie.html

    LauraHartness at gmail dot com

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  15. I have read every single one of Julie's books and I absolutely loooooove them. Cannot wait for the other two coming out later this year!!! Her books never disappoint and I would highly recommend them to everyone!

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  16. I've read several of her books, checked out from our church library. I'd love to win, read, review and then donate it to our church library so others can enjoy it too.

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  17. I just recently got Julie's book, The Dancing Master, & am looking forward to reading it. Thanks so much for this giveaway!

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  18. I have not read any of her books but I am looking forward to them!

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  19. I have only read The Apothecary's Daughter so far. The rest of her books are on my TBR list and I'm looking forward to reading each one of them.

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  20. I have never read her books but would love to have a chance!

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  21. No, I have not read any of her books but I only heard great things about her books.

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  22. I LOVE Julie Klassen's books. I've actually read them all. :) She's a pre-order author for me. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Tressa @ Wishful Endings

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  23. I have not read any of Julie's books yet!

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