Giveaway: win a set of three novels for your autumn reading

Giveaway: win a set of three novels for your autumn reading

A Lady at Willowgrove Hall giveaway

Heads up, readers. Today’s giveaway is for you.

To celebrate the launch of Sarah Ladd’s new novel A Lady at Willowgrove HallHarper Collins Christian Publishing is helping you stock your bookshelves by giving away three sets of novels to three lucky readers.

A Lady at Willowgrove Hall is a brand-new Regency romance from three-time novelist Sarah Ladd. It’s the third novel in Ladd’s Whispers on the Moors series (don’t worry, they needn’t be read in order).

Ladd challenges pre-conceived notions of what a Regency heroine looks like, and her writing is strongly influenced by Austen and Brontë. The novel is thoroughly of its time, but the love story is gentle enough to pass on to your favorite tween girl after you’ve read it yourself.

Winning one book is nice, but more is better when it comes to books, so three lucky winners will each win a set of these three books:

• A Lady at Willowgrove Hall by Sarah Ladd

The Bridge Tender by Marybeth Whalen (part of her Sunset Beach series)

The Butterfly and the Violin, Kristy Cambron’s award-winning debut. (I’m reading this right now; it reminds me of The Girl You Left Behind.)

To enter, just leave a comment. Giveaway ends Sunday, October 19 at midnight Eastern time.

The fine print: Entrants must be 18 or older, U.S. only. (I’m sorry! I’d gladly pay to ship outside the border if you won, but it’s a legal thing.) Three winners will be chosen via random.org, and will have 48 hours to claim their prize. Employees and contractors of Harper Collins Christian Publishing are ineligible. (Sorry!) 

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365 comments

  1. Mary B. says:

    Wow, these look great! Perfect for diving into on a cool Fall evening while curled up with a mug of tea!

  2. krystal p says:

    “One book is nice, but more is better when it comes to books.” I think this is actually my mantra when going to the library to check out books!

  3. Martha says:

    Would love to win! Thanks for a fun giveaway!

    Re Outlander: I really want to get into this and be swept away, but I’m concerned about the violence/rape etc. I mistakenly started listening to the audiobook in the car with my children and stopped at the first f-bomb. Then I read reviews about the violence. I take it it’s worth the read?

  4. Julia R. says:

    Just started reading The Girl You Left Behind and am already loving it! Would love to win these books! Thanks!

  5. Sara K. says:

    I love that you mentioned A Lady at Willowgrove Hall would be appropriate for younger girls. My 13 year old niece loves to read, but the YA genre is packed with dystopia themed books. Granted, she loves them (and I like a few of them), but I would like to offer her some more diverse books while staying within appropriate boundaries for her age!

  6. Kiana says:

    I would love to win this!! I just started the first book in this series by Sarah Ladd and I am liking it so far!

  7. Kay says:

    I cannot imagine a more enjoyable way of spending cool autumn evenings than being curled up in front of the fireplace and getting to know some new literary friends through these wonderful books!

  8. Heather says:

    These seems like perfect books for a Sunday afternoon, snuggled in with a blanket and a cuppa 🙂 Thank you for the opportunity!

  9. Liza Lee Grace says:

    I would love to win these! They aren’t the types of books I usually read but I’ve been needing to read outside my comfort zone for a while now.

  10. Nicole says:

    Always on the look out for new reads! Love me some Jane Austen, so I can’t wait to check out these similar books 🙂

  11. jessica says:

    I love your blog. I look forward to reading your comments and recommendations. Autumn reading is a great concept and I would love to win some new books!

  12. Erin says:

    I love your recommendations! I love the autumn reading list concept and am getting ready to start on it!

    Thanks for all that you do!

  13. Teresa Reed says:

    I’d love to win these books! Love all your reading suggestions and can’t wait to check these out

  14. Stephanie F says:

    I would love the books! I enjoyed stumbling across your blog a couple months ago – we really have very similar tastes!

  15. Lauren Wood says:

    I have to say that my daughters and I have enjoyed every single book you have recommended! Would love to read these!

  16. Taylor Lewis says:

    I would love to win these books. I’m a new follower to your page and have read two books so far and loved them! I would love to win this!!

  17. Melanie E. says:

    Awesome! Two of those books are already on my to-read list, but having an actual copy would alleviate the stress of a 3-week library check out! haha

  18. Rachel N says:

    I would love to win some books. I have never won anything and winning books would be the coolest thing ever!

  19. Mary Beth says:

    I LOVE IT when other people are named Mary Beth. There weren’t very many when I was growing up. So, MaryBeth Whalen is clearly my favorite author on this list. 🙂

  20. holly says:

    have you heard of jasper fforde and his thursday next series? definitely not christian fiction, but a fun read all the same.

  21. Margaret B says:

    Sounds great! I tend to steer away from modern Christian fiction for the low quality writing, but Ladd sounds like someone whose style I might enjoy!

  22. Betty says:

    Thanks so much for offering this giveaway! Of course I’d love to win, but even if I don’t, I appreciate your recommendations for good reading!

  23. Jennifer says:

    All of these books look wonderful~thank you so much for this opportunity! I really enjoy your blog each day. 🙂 Have a great weekend! God bless.

  24. Malissa says:

    Would love to get my reading behind in gear with these books! Especially being 6 months pregnant and with limited mobility.

  25. Natalie says:

    All of these books sound wonderful! I would love to curl up on the couch with a cup of tea and a good book.

  26. Joanne says:

    What a great idea for a fall contest. I’m a librarian and as you can guess, I think these books are excellent choices. Thank you!

  27. Erica M. says:

    Ooh, looks interesting! Every now and then I venture into the world of Regency romance, in hopes of finding something good, but more often than not I’m disappointed. Lady looks like it won’t disappoint me. 🙂

  28. Suzanne H says:

    Would love to win these. I wish my local library had more Christian fiction. Thank you for the giveaway.

  29. Merideth says:

    Oh, oh, pick me, pick me!! The regency is one of my favorite time periods to read about, and I would love to win three new books!! What a great give-away!

  30. Andrea O says:

    I would love to win these! I am not familiar with any of them. Winters are long in Montana and quickly approaching. These would be great to have. Thanks

  31. Beth Roberts says:

    Thanks for hosting such a great blog. It’s the only one I actually get excited to read every day. I’d love to win the free books as well, as I can never get enough of a new good book recommendation.

  32. Andrea Ward says:

    3 books? That’s super nice. I would love a chance to get back into some good Christian fiction. I read it all the time a few years ago. Then I read a few bad ones and became skeptical of it. I would love a chance to be proven wrong. 🙂

  33. Dana says:

    I’m always on the lookout for ways to break my reading ruts; winning new books is one of my favorites! Especially in the post-college season of change (plus I haven’t read a good historical fiction novel in a depressingly long time!).

  34. Michelle says:

    Reading is my first love… I would love to add these great books to my library.
    Thank you for this chance.

  35. Stacie says:

    Thank you for the opportunity! I’ve been reading too much self help lately… This round be a great break!

  36. Kristiane says:

    A fellow INFP and 9w1 looking for new books to read. Even if I don’t win these are great recommendations for books to read on a chilly Autumn day.

  37. Laura Ayers says:

    I would be tickled to receive any of these books, but THREE?!? That would be awersome. Good luck to all!

  38. Krista says:

    These sound like they’re worth a try, and I know several friends would also like to read them when I’m finished!

  39. Janet Worthy says:

    Fall is my favorite season ~ cooler temps, cozy smells, SEC football ~ perfect reading time! Well winter is a more perfect reading time to ward off the chills, Then lazy summer days lounging by the pool or on the beach is the best reading time for “chick novels”. I guess I’m pretty much a year-round reader!

  40. Peggy says:

    I’d love to have these books, to add to my reading for this Fall! They look great! 🙂 Thank you for hosting this giveaway. 😀

  41. Danielle Aldana says:

    Your blog is always fun to read! I love the book recommendations and of course, chances to win!!!!

  42. Allison says:

    Pick me! Pick me!
    Now that I am no longer working outside the home, your blog has truly inspired me to get back to my all-time love of READING!!! Nothing better than curling up with a great book. Because of you and YOUR blog, I read Pride and Prejudice this summer! Would love to win these books!

  43. Kelly says:

    I would love a few good books to read! I’m new to your site and love it – can’t “catch up” fast enough!

  44. amom says:

    The Butterfly and the Violin sounds like a great book, and the Bridge Tender sounds sad and sweet….it would be fun to win. Thanks for the opportunity! 🙂

  45. Kate says:

    Oh thanks so much for the giveaway! I’ve been in a bit of a reading slump recently so this would be great.

  46. What an awesome giveaway! I don’t need to be entered since I can get review copies, but I wanted to thank you anyway for hosting this. Hope you are having a good Friday.

  47. Vanessa says:

    What an awesome giveaway! I just added The Lady at Willowgrove Hall to my “to read” list in Goodreads 🙂

  48. Amy Mae says:

    I would love to read these books. It would be lovely to look forward to time to read and some new novels.
    Thanks for the opportunity,
    Amy

  49. Krista says:

    Thanks for the giveaway, so nice. Love when your posts come to my inbox. Really appreciate your honest reviews,(Books I’m Afraid to Recommend) these are hard to find sometimes. Please keep recommending books, I’m always taking your list to the library(my favorite place) Also love when you do the book makeover posts(can’t remember what you call these)…..so interesting. Keep up the hard work, it is appreciated.

  50. Jessica says:

    My ‘to-read’ list has grown since I started perusing your blog…hopefully my bookshelves will, too (even though they’re already full-to-bursting)!

  51. I would love to have these books! Jane Austen and the Bronte sisters are the best, so I’m sure I’d love any Regency time period books. By the way, I just finished Letters from Skye and I Capture the Castle at your suggestion in the summer reading guide.

  52. Denise says:

    Even if I don’t win the give away I’m happy I found your blog. I reminds me that there’s more to life than electronics, lol!

  53. Lisa Gaines says:

    I LOVE your stuff! And I would LOVE some “me-time” reading!!! It’s been all school related for my children, and sometimes you just need to escape into your own blissfulness. 🙂

  54. Jessica P says:

    I am needing some new reading material! Thanks for the chance to win 🙂 God bless your website and your influence.

  55. Lynn says:

    Thanks so much for the give away. Always looking for new books, authors and series to enjoy. Hope I win.

  56. Naomi says:

    I just recently became a new mother, and have decided I need to take this opportunity (nap times) to read more. I used to be a voracious reader as a kid and somehow lost that through these past years. I am aspiring to get back into it, and am reading your blog for a little guidance. Do you read every day? Do you mix up your reading between fiction and non-fiction? I’ll be reading more of your articles for insight.
    Cheers!
    Naomi

  57. Joellen Carr says:

    I saw A Lady at Willowgrove Hall at the bookstore the other day and was tempted to buy it. I’d love to win a copy, and the others look good too!

  58. i just quit my *job* nannying my niece. I have SOoo much more time now to read–especially now that I’m officially OFF THE HOOK for more One Fish Two Fish action! ! I’d LOVE three books to cuddle up with!

  59. Colleen Hudson says:

    I’ve not read any of the books on the Give-away list – so I’d love to win! Thanks for sponsoring the give-away!

  60. Shelsy says:

    I never win this stuff, but it’s worth a try for free books. Also, thank you for not doing one of those annoying rafflecopter giveaways!

  61. Julie W says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to win. I’m always open to reading new books, especially ones that come highly recommended from those with similar interests.

  62. Heidi H. says:

    You had me at Regency romance… These are all new to me authors and it would be lovely to check them out. Love your recommendations!

  63. CG says:

    What an awesome giveaway!

    Hope I win but either way, Lady at Willowgrove Hall is going on my to be read list.

  64. Melissa says:

    I read too much non-fiction and am intentionally trying to discover the world of fiction so I would love to win!

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