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Wednesday, August 7, 2019

GIVEAWAY: Maria Grace Audiobook Prize Pack!

You'll find Maria Grace's books peppered throughout this year's massive Austen in August prize packs — and her words peppered throughout this year's Austen in August posts — but today we're focusing on two in particular — and giving you a chance to win them!

Maria Grace has offered up a prize pack of the new audiobook releases of her novella, Snowbound at Hartfield and novel, Pemberley: Mr. Darcy's Dragon, to one lucky winner!
This giveaway is INTERNATIONAL, and ends September 5th, 2019 at 11:59pm EST
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Snowbound at Hartfield 

Colonel Fitzwilliam should have been happy facing retirement. No more Napoleon, no more tromping the Continent, and his distant cousin had unexpectedly left him an estate. What was more, two of his favorite people, Darcy and Elizabeth, were travelling with him to visit his new home.

But the colonel wasn't happy, not when he was forced to watch Darcy exchanging enamored glances with his wife. No, he wanted to pitch his cousin out the window. It didn't help when Darcy kept lecturing him on the joys of wedded life - as if women like Elizabeth Darcy grew on every tree.

Then the snow started.

Now they were stranded at the home of George and Emma Knightley, another intolerable, blissfully wedded couple who wanted nothing more than to see his bachelor days come to an end. Thank heavens they never thought of matching him with the proud spinster who had also been caught in the storm. That would have been utterly intolerable.

Or would it?

Pemberley: Mr. Darcy's Dragon,

England is overrun by dragons of all shapes and sizes. Most people are blissfully unaware of them and the Pendragon Treaty that keeps the peace between human and dragon kind. Only those born with preternatural hearing, like Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet are able to hear and converse with dragonkind.

When the first firedrake egg laid in a century is stolen from Pemberley, the fragile dragon peace teeters on collapse. Darcy has no choice but to chase down the thief, a journey that leads him to quaint market town of Meryton and fellow Dragon Keeper, Elizabeth Bennet.

Elizabeth shares a unique bond with dragons, stronger than anything Darcy has ever experienced. More than that, her vast experience and knowledge of dragon lore may be the key to uncovering the lost egg. But Elizabeth can't stand Darcy's arrogance and doesn't trust him to care properly for a precious baby firedrake. After all, he already lost the egg once. What's to prevent it from happening again?

Can he win her trust and recover the stolen egg before it hatches and sends England spiraling back into the Dark Ages of Dragon War?

Jane Austen meets Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders of Pern. A must-listen for Pern fans.

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 and one grandson, two graduate degrees and two black belts, three sons, four undergraduate majors, five nieces, is starting her sixth year blogging on Random Bits of Fascination, has built seven websites, attended eight English country dance balls, sewn nine Regency era costumes, and shared her life with ten cats.

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  1. I love colonel Fitzwilliam stories and I'm looking forward to listening to this audiobook.
    And I hope you are planning to release the whole Dragon series in audiobooks soon. Congratulations.

  2. Love the dragons. Would love it in audio

  3. I need to take some time off to read the Dragon series in one go, ;-)

  4. I used to prefer ebooks but about a year or so ago, I discovered how to use the bluetooth in my car and how easy it was to listen to audiobook on it so now I'm all about the audiobook. Especially since I have a long commute. So happy that these titles are released in this format.

  5. I have read wonderful comments about the dragon series on goodreads. I would love a chance to listen to this book. Thank you for the chance in the giveaway.

  6. Hoping for further Dragon adventures with E & D.

  7. Enjoyed Ms Grace's ebooks, It will be awesome to have an audiobook. Thank you for this chance

  8. I have never tried audiobooks before but I know any stories written by Maria Grace would be very good. The blurb for Snowbound at Hartfield sounds fascinating.

  9. I only listen to audiobooks now, I'm not able to do much physical reading. So glad these are being offered as audiobooks!

    1. Oh damn, I almost did a post featuring Austen audiobooks, but I ran out of time!

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