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Saturday, September 3, 2016

Giveaway: The Trouble to Check Her by Maria Grace!

We're back with more amazingness from Maria Grace today! You've already entered to win a copy of her new book, Courtship & Marriage in Jane Austen's World, and you've listened in wonderment while Maria broke down some of the more befuddling aspects of Sense & Sensibility. Today, you're getting another chance to disappear into Maria's world with a chance at winning your own copy of The Trouble to Check Her!
This is the second book in her Queen of Rosings Park series (the first of which I reviewed here),  and I'll be sharing my thoughts on it in a couple of days, but until then, check it out below and then enter to win!
Wanna know more about the book? Check out Maria's guest post from last year!


ABOUT THE BOOK:
The Trouble to Check Her by Maria Grace
(Queen of Rosings Park, #2)
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288 pages
Published March 30th 2016 by White Soup Press
Lydia Bennet faces the music…

Running off with Mr. Wickham was a great joke—until everything turned arsey-varsey. That spoilsport Mr. Darcy caught them and packed Lydia off to a hideous boarding school for girls who had lost their virtue.
It would improve her character, he said.

Ridiculous, she said.

Mrs. Drummond, the school’s headmistress, has shocking expectations for the girls. They must share rooms, do chores, attend lessons, and engage in charitable work, no matter how well born they might be. She even forces them to wear mobcaps! Refusal could lead to finding themselves at the receiving end of Mrs. Drummond's cane—if they were lucky. The unlucky ones could be dismissed and found a position … as a menial servant.

Everything and everyone at the school is uniformly horrid. Lydia hates them all, except possibly the music master, Mr. Amberson, who seems to have the oddest ideas about her. He might just understand her better than she understands herself.
Can she find a way to live up to his strange expectations, or will she spend the rest of her life as a scullery maid?



****GIVEAWAY****
In celebration of her new book, Maria has offered up 1 e-book of The Trouble to Check Her to 1 lucky winner!
This giveaway is INTERNATIONAL!
Ends September 10th at 11:59 pm EST
Fill out the Rafflecopter below to enter.
Good luck!


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About the Author:
Though Maria Grace has been writing fiction since she was ten years old, those early efforts happily reside in a file drawer and are unlikely to see the light of day again, for which many are grateful. After penning five file-drawer novels in high school, she took a break from writing to pursue college and earn her doctorate in Educational Psychology. After 16 years of university teaching, she returned to her first love, fiction writing.

She has one husband, two graduate degrees and two black belts, three sons, four undergraduate majors, five nieces, six new novels in the works, attended seven period balls, sewn eight Regency era costumes, shared her life with nine cats through the years and published her tenth book last year.

She can be contacted at:
author.MariaGrace@gmail.com
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http://facebook.com/AuthorMariaGrace
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https://plus.google.com/u/0/103065128923801481737/posts
On Amazon.com:
http://amazon.com/author/mariagrace
Random Bits of Fascination (http://RandomBitsofFascination.com)
Austen Variations (http://AustenVariations.com)
English Historical Fiction Authors
(http://EnglshHistoryAuthors.blogspot.com)
On Twitter @WriteMariaGrace
On Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/mariagrace423/




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5 comments:

  1. I loved book one in this series and would definitely continue reading after that, but also, I'm excited because it's Lydia's story. I find her fascinating and want to see what Maria Grace does with her story.

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  2. Yay! Thanks for a chance to win a copy! Crossing my fingers that maybe I'll get lucky this time! I'd love to see what Maria does with that Lydia!

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  3. I wouldn't want to be that headmistress. Going to love this.

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  4. I read some of the chapter's that Maria posted on her website last year and I can't wait to read the full novel!

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  5. I read a prior version of this story online, and thoroughly enjoyed it -- as I enjoy most of Maria's writing. Love your bio, Maria! Many thanks for offering the giveaway.

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