Book Giveaway: The White Queen[CLOSED]

As part of another sponsored book giveaway I have two copies of The White Queen (2009) by Philippa Gregory to give to two lucky winners. The books comes out August 18, so you could be one of the first readers to have it in hand. Again, I haven’t read the book myself, but you can see what it’s about on Amazon. Or by viewing the spiffy video below:

To enter simply post a comment below. Winners will be determined on the 20 and notified via email. If you like, also take a moment to share what your own favorite historical period is (this is because I am curious, it is not necessary to enter). Personally, I favor the any period between 1860 and 1930 in the USA–a wide spread perhaps but a very interesting time.

UPDATE: This giveaway is over. Congrats to the winners.

10 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The White Queen[CLOSED]

  1. I’ve been interested in seeing what Ms. Gregory does with a new subject!

    I don’t really have a favorite time period. I tend to enjoy books dealing with the Tudors, the Regency period, the 1920s, and the mid 1940s to early 60s.

    ckausch at gmail dot com


  2. I’ll throw in for this one! I’m a huge fan of history and, while I have a love of Elizabethan England, I’m actually completely crazy about the Victorian era, specifically England and America and the social issues brought on by the era itself. I’m also a sucker for the American Civil war era because, coming from the south as I have, I will never forget the absolutely shock in learning that everything they taught us in Elementary school about that period in US history was perfectly WRONG.


  3. You’re so not going to allow someone from Australia to win this because of the postage costs, BUT I’m going to enter anyway because I would REALLY like this book before anyone else here gets it! haha

    fave era? I like the Tudor era of course, but also the Victorian era of the late 1800s. I love the atmosphere of Victorian books, and I’ve always been fascianted by how they treated children as miniature adults – especially when it came to children’s books. How times have changed – kids can be kids again! (kinda)


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