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Three Historical Fiction Authors…Three-Book Giveaway! Q&A #3

Three-book giveaway! Q&A #3: Where did you visit to research The Lost Castle, A Refuge Assured, and The Sea Before Us?Last week, three historical novels released, spanning the centuries. Jocelyn Green’s A Refuge Assured starts in the French Revolution, Kristy Cambron’s The Lost Castle is a “time-slip” novel with story lines during the French Revolution, in France leading up to D-day in World War II, and in modern times. And my The Sea Before Us leads up to D-day!

As release-day sisters, we decided to celebrate together! Six Q&As by the three of us, and we’re giving away three bundles of all three books! You can enter here on my blog, on Jocelyn’s blog, and/or on Kristy’s Instagram! Up to three chances to win! Visit my blog each day from Feb. 12-16 – for additional chances to win!

Q: Where did you visit to research your novel?

Kristy:

Arrington Vineyards, Arrington TN

Jocelyn:

Philadelphia’s historic City Tavern

Sarah:

Crossed the English Channel to Normandy on a ferry.

For your chance to win a bundle of all three books, please enter the Rafflecopter below. US addresses only please. Giveaway ends Feb. 18, 2018 at midnight. Winners will be announced here on Mon. Feb. 19.

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15 Responses to “Three Historical Fiction Authors…Three-Book Giveaway! Q&A #3”

  1. Cathy

    Interesting research trips, all, but I must admit I had never thought of TN as a climate conducive to vineyards.

  2. Elizabeth Litton

    I think riding on a ferry would be so exciting! At least you are able to do some fun things on a research trip.

  3. Paula S

    I would love to come along on some of your research trips! I’m glad you put pictures up on your website!

  4. Betti

    I absolutely loved A Refuge Assured and am grateful for the opportunity to win the other two books 🙂

  5. Kelly

    In my wild imaginations as a writer, I think the research trips must be the most fascinating part of the process! 🙂 (especially when you get to travel to Europe and France to do so! haha)

  6. Perrianne Askew

    I love the fact that you’re willing to share your research locations. And yes, I did not know that Tennessee was known for vineyards.

  7. Karen

    I’m excited to fund out how Kristy’s visit to a vineyard ties into The Lost Castle! The other research trips make sense, so Kristy’s the only mystery! Haha

  8. Lisa Hudson

    Researching trips would be fun & challenging. I would want to be sure I didn’t miss a thing in my reasearch but I also would want to enjoy my trip. Thank y’all for being diligent in how you go about your process!

  9. Erin

    Love that you actually get/choose to do a trip for your research. With the internet’s vast array of information, I could see how an author might not feel the need to actually take a trip, but I think the writing is so much richer and fuller when you do!

  10. Jessy

    Thank you for this opportunity! I’m looking forward to reading all three books!

  11. Faith Creech

    Thanks for a chance at the giveaway! All of the books look so good. Would like to read them all!

  12. Robin in NC

    All 3 of these books sound wonderful! Thanks so much for sharing the giveaway on your blog.