The White Queen – Book Giveaway!

I’m really excited to announce my next giveaway – The White Queen by Philippa Gregory [review]. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and am so grateful to Simon & Schuster for giving me the opportunity to share a copy of it with my readers!

Because this giveaway is sponsored by the publisher, it is restricted to the U.S. and Canada only. This giveaway will end on Tuesday, September 1 at 8:00 PM.

To enter: comment on this post answering this question: if you could live in a different time period, past or future, what time period would that be? Why?

Second entry: Tweet about this giveaway, and comment here letting me know you did so. If you want to include my twitter username in the tweet, it’s @skrishna.

Third entry: Blog about the giveaway and post back here letting me know you did so. Sorry, sidebar doesn’t count!

Comments

  1. I think I said this, but I just love your new format! And now for the question: I would live in the future, because I already know what happened in the past. I would want to see, for example, if all the devastation to the earth predicted to happen from global warming really happens, and if we leave earth for other planets. Why? Just curious, I guess!

    Please enter me!

    nbmars AT yahoo DOT com

  2. I think I said this, but I just love your new format! And now for the question: I would live in the future, because I already know what happened in the past. I would want to see, for example, if all the devastation to the earth predicted to happen from global warming really happens, and if we leave earth for other planets. Why? Just curious, I guess!

    Please enter me!

    nbmars AT yahoo DOT com

  3. I would love to read this book..just found your blog. I would have loved to have lived in the past to see what england looked like and have loved all the stories on queen elizabeth.
    aprilmom00 at gmail dot com

  4. I would love to read this book..just found your blog. I would have loved to have lived in the past to see what england looked like and have loved all the stories on queen elizabeth.
    aprilmom00 at gmail dot com

  5. Rebecca C says:

    If I could live in any time, I would live in the early 1900’s in America when everything was still clean and open, times were hard and you lived closer to the earth and less by machines and buildings.

    rebecca[dot]cox[at]charter[dot]net

  6. Rebecca C says:

    If I could live in any time, I would live in the early 1900’s in America when everything was still clean and open, times were hard and you lived closer to the earth and less by machines and buildings.

    rebecca[dot]cox[at]charter[dot]net

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  9. I never like this question–it’s so hard! But I agree with rhapsodyinbooks–I already know what happened (and what a rotten lot in life I could land myself in if I were to live in another time). I’d prefer to try to live maybe 150 years in the future to see what advancements (and detriments) humanity comes up with.

  10. I never like this question–it’s so hard! But I agree with rhapsodyinbooks–I already know what happened (and what a rotten lot in life I could land myself in if I were to live in another time). I’d prefer to try to live maybe 150 years in the future to see what advancements (and detriments) humanity comes up with.

  11. I love the new look!
    I think I would want to live sometime in the future, about 100 years from now…I’m curious what will happen!

  12. I love the new look!
    I think I would want to live sometime in the future, about 100 years from now…I’m curious what will happen!

  13. I would choose the past about 1920 I think. Why? So many new ideas, ideals, inventions=)
    I would really, really enjoy this book=) Please enter me in your giveaway!
    Thanks bunches,
    Lethea
    Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

  14. I would choose the past about 1920 I think. Why? So many new ideas, ideals, inventions=)
    I would really, really enjoy this book=) Please enter me in your giveaway!
    Thanks bunches,
    Lethea
    Luvdaylilies at bellsouth dot net

  15. I would choose to living during colonial times. Although a difficult time to live through, living in a newly discovered land would be tremendous.
    Please enter me in your giveaway.
    Thanks so much.
    fmlj94 at yahoo dot com

  16. I would choose to living during colonial times. Although a difficult time to live through, living in a newly discovered land would be tremendous.
    Please enter me in your giveaway.
    Thanks so much.
    fmlj94 at yahoo dot com

  17. What time period would I want to live in? Boy, that’s a tough-y! I would think this answer would depend on the day of the week, what I’m reading. So, today I say 1700s England because I’m reading Through a Glass Darkly by Karleen Koen. The atmosphere, dress, behavior all speak to me. Thanks to you & Simon & Schuster for the contest!

  18. What time period would I want to live in? Boy, that’s a tough-y! I would think this answer would depend on the day of the week, what I’m reading. So, today I say 1700s England because I’m reading Through a Glass Darkly by Karleen Koen. The atmosphere, dress, behavior all speak to me. Thanks to you & Simon & Schuster for the contest!

  19. I don’t actually know that there are a whole lot of other time periods in which I’d like to live, based on sanitary conditions and how women were treated. I would like to have been a fly on the wall to see what happened to the Princes in the Tower, though!

  20. I don’t actually know that there are a whole lot of other time periods in which I’d like to live, based on sanitary conditions and how women were treated. I would like to have been a fly on the wall to see what happened to the Princes in the Tower, though!

  21. I think the 1890`s would be an interesting time period to live in!
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

  22. I think the 1890`s would be an interesting time period to live in!
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

  23. Hi! Great book to giveaway! Just posted about it on Win A Book. No need to enter me though

  24. Hi! Great book to giveaway! Just posted about it on Win A Book. No need to enter me though

  25. I’m not one to romanticize the past and since I’m not really sure what the future will bring, I have to say I’m pretty happy with the here and now, but if I have to pick a time, I guess I’ll go with the early 20th Century, before the Great Depression. milou2ster(at)gmail.com

  26. I’m not one to romanticize the past and since I’m not really sure what the future will bring, I have to say I’m pretty happy with the here and now, but if I have to pick a time, I guess I’ll go with the early 20th Century, before the Great Depression. milou2ster(at)gmail.com

  27. If I could live in any time period I would choose sometime in Ancient Egypt, because that time and the people fascinate me.

    amandarwest@gmail.com

  28. If I could live in any time period I would choose sometime in Ancient Egypt, because that time and the people fascinate me.

    amandarwest@gmail.com

  29. I have been wanting a Philippa Gregory book for a while now. I’d love the chance to win one.

    I would probably choose the past, but what part of the past is a tough one. Maybe during the 1960s, maybe during the time of Jane Austen. How lovely that could be.

    mycreativeimagination (AT) yahoo (Dot) com

  30. I have been wanting a Philippa Gregory book for a while now. I’d love the chance to win one.

    I would probably choose the past, but what part of the past is a tough one. Maybe during the 1960s, maybe during the time of Jane Austen. How lovely that could be.

    mycreativeimagination (AT) yahoo (Dot) com

  31. I would like to live in Victorian England because I read historical novels about that time period and everyone is so polite especially the men. There are clear boundries between men and women and they know what they can and cannot do.

    jen4777[at]hotmail.com

  32. I would like to live in Victorian England because I read historical novels about that time period and everyone is so polite especially the men. There are clear boundries between men and women and they know what they can and cannot do.

    jen4777[at]hotmail.com

  33. I think I would want to go back to the 1960s or 70s, being an 80s/90s child I feel like I missed a truly amazing part of history.

    seriously [dot] reading [at] gmail [dot] com

  34. I think I would want to go back to the 1960s or 70s, being an 80s/90s child I feel like I missed a truly amazing part of history.

    seriously [dot] reading [at] gmail [dot] com

  35. i’d choose the early 1900s… so that i could be part of the tail end of the suffrage movement.

  36. i’d choose the early 1900s… so that i could be part of the tail end of the suffrage movement.

  37. If I could live in another time period, I would choose the roaring 1920s! Just for the crazy, upbeat and frantic lives they led then. Plus, I would take all my money out in early 1929 🙂
    Thank you for the giveaway 🙂
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

  38. If I could live in another time period, I would choose the roaring 1920s! Just for the crazy, upbeat and frantic lives they led then. Plus, I would take all my money out in early 1929 🙂
    Thank you for the giveaway 🙂
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

  39. the problem is living in a period would not mean i would necessarily get to know the people i would want to know. if you could take me back and let me be elenor rosevelt’s friend, i would say let’s go. she facinates me.
    spvaughan yahoo com

  40. the problem is living in a period would not mean i would necessarily get to know the people i would want to know. if you could take me back and let me be elenor rosevelt’s friend, i would say let’s go. she facinates me.
    spvaughan yahoo com

  41. If I got to be a princess I would choose the medieval period-as a peasant not that great a time period.

    chocolateandcroissants at yahoo dot com

  42. If I got to be a princess I would choose the medieval period-as a peasant not that great a time period.

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  47. I would like to go back to the
    ’60’s and early ’70’s. There was so much going on at that time.

    cyeates AT nycap DOT rr DOT com

  48. I would like to go back to the
    ’60’s and early ’70’s. There was so much going on at that time.

    cyeates AT nycap DOT rr DOT com

  49. I would like to live back in the 1700’s when America was still new, to the people from England anyway. Plus every one sailed by ship or went by horse drawn wagon and thats the kind of lifestyle I would like.
    I would probably live in England during this time period

  50. I would like to live back in the 1700’s when America was still new, to the people from England anyway. Plus every one sailed by ship or went by horse drawn wagon and thats the kind of lifestyle I would like.
    I would probably live in England during this time period

  51. I think I’d like to live in the 1890’s. That way, I could experience living without most of what are today average conviences, but I could also experience the rush of new technologies and new rights for women.

    A close second would be the 1940’s — I wonder if I’m cut out for the life of a war-time wife!

  52. I think I’d like to live in the 1890’s. That way, I could experience living without most of what are today average conviences, but I could also experience the rush of new technologies and new rights for women.

    A close second would be the 1940’s — I wonder if I’m cut out for the life of a war-time wife!

  53. While I would love to time travel to the past and future, I think the optimist in me would rather see the future and what becomes of the world in 100 years. Still, it’s scarier to go into the future because at least with the past you know what to expect.

  54. While I would love to time travel to the past and future, I think the optimist in me would rather see the future and what becomes of the world in 100 years. Still, it’s scarier to go into the future because at least with the past you know what to expect.

  55. I would want to live about 200 years in the future. I just feel I was meant to live in a different time that is even more full of technology than there is now.

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

  56. I would want to live about 200 years in the future. I just feel I was meant to live in a different time that is even more full of technology than there is now.

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

  57. I read historical fiction because I like to imagine what it would be like to live in olden times. But then I remember that there was no indoor plumbing, bathing was not something people did a lot, and all the yucky diseases were all over the place. So, I think I’m just fine where I am.

  58. I read historical fiction because I like to imagine what it would be like to live in olden times. But then I remember that there was no indoor plumbing, bathing was not something people did a lot, and all the yucky diseases were all over the place. So, I think I’m just fine where I am.

  59. There are a number of time periods in the past I wouldn’t mind living in… provided I was very, very rich. Possibly the Queen of England. But, generally, the past has a shine on it that comes from the passage of time and short memory. I mean, Tudor fiction is great… but living in a time of plague and puerperal fever? Eh, no.

    So, I’d have to go with the future. I’d be interested to know what problems we’d solved, what diseases we’d cured, etc. etc. I’d like to serve aboard the Starship Enterprise. LOL. 🙂

  60. There are a number of time periods in the past I wouldn’t mind living in… provided I was very, very rich. Possibly the Queen of England. But, generally, the past has a shine on it that comes from the passage of time and short memory. I mean, Tudor fiction is great… but living in a time of plague and puerperal fever? Eh, no.

    So, I’d have to go with the future. I’d be interested to know what problems we’d solved, what diseases we’d cured, etc. etc. I’d like to serve aboard the Starship Enterprise. LOL. 🙂

  61. I think I’d like to live during the days when what we now know as Oregon and California were first being settled. I had ancestors who crossed the Oregon Trail and I think it sounds simultaneously perilous and exciting.

    While I don’t so much dig the idea of living in space, I wouldn’t mind fast-forwarding to a time we had the technology to live underwater, sans submarines.

  62. I think I’d like to live during the days when what we now know as Oregon and California were first being settled. I had ancestors who crossed the Oregon Trail and I think it sounds simultaneously perilous and exciting.

    While I don’t so much dig the idea of living in space, I wouldn’t mind fast-forwarding to a time we had the technology to live underwater, sans submarines.

  63. I would love to live during a time in the future where space travel is possible and frequent…let’s take a vacation to another star system and meet other peoples! I think that would be great. Let’s say for argument’s sake 2500 AD.

    savvyverseandwit AT gmail DOT com

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  64. I would love to live during a time in the future where space travel is possible and frequent…let’s take a vacation to another star system and meet other peoples! I think that would be great. Let’s say for argument’s sake 2500 AD.

    savvyverseandwit AT gmail DOT com

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  65. I would like to live in Victorian England because of the pretty dresses and good manners.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Rachelhwallen@gmail.com

  66. I would like to live in Victorian England because of the pretty dresses and good manners.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Rachelhwallen@gmail.com

  67. I love historical romance so I would love to experience Victorian England. I am sure it is a nice place to visit but I sure wouldn’t want to live there forever…

    bsyb100 at gmail dot com

  68. I love historical romance so I would love to experience Victorian England. I am sure it is a nice place to visit but I sure wouldn’t want to live there forever…

    bsyb100 at gmail dot com

  69. I would absolutely want to live in the future, any human future that is. If the present is better than the past, which it is, then the future will be better yet.

    Looks like a good book, please enter me into this drawing. Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
    jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

  70. I would absolutely want to live in the future, any human future that is. If the present is better than the past, which it is, then the future will be better yet.

    Looks like a good book, please enter me into this drawing. Thanks for hosting this giveaway.
    jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

  71. I’ve also blogged about this giveaway here.

    Thanks,
    jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

  72. I’ve also blogged about this giveaway here.

    Thanks,
    jake.lsewhere[at]gmail.com

  73. Although I wouldn’t want to live there forever, after visiting Savannah, Georgia, I imagined being there at the turn of the 20th century and seeing all the women with their big, flowing, corseted dresses and parasols. It would be beautiful, though I don’t think I’d last long in that heat and humidity in my long, corseted dress!

    melacan at hotmail dot com

  74. Although I wouldn’t want to live there forever, after visiting Savannah, Georgia, I imagined being there at the turn of the 20th century and seeing all the women with their big, flowing, corseted dresses and parasols. It would be beautiful, though I don’t think I’d last long in that heat and humidity in my long, corseted dress!

    melacan at hotmail dot com

  75. I’d have to say some time in the future – not too far ahead, but I definitely couldn’t go back in time since I like my electricity and air conditioning!

    BethsBookReviewBlog AT gmail DOT com

  76. I’d have to say some time in the future – not too far ahead, but I definitely couldn’t go back in time since I like my electricity and air conditioning!

    BethsBookReviewBlog AT gmail DOT com

  77. Hmm, that’s a hard question. I think I’d like to have seen the United States before the Europeans moved in and began to rip out the trees and reproduce, but I can’t say I’d want to stick around because I like running water and modern conveniences.

    bookfoolery at yahoo dot com

  78. Hmm, that’s a hard question. I think I’d like to have seen the United States before the Europeans moved in and began to rip out the trees and reproduce, but I can’t say I’d want to stick around because I like running water and modern conveniences.

    bookfoolery at yahoo dot com

  79. I’m not going that far back, I’d pick the 1950’s because I want to wear poodle skirts and scarves in my ponytail and it be in style, lol!

    jennala at cfl dot rr dot com

  80. I’m not going that far back, I’d pick the 1950’s because I want to wear poodle skirts and scarves in my ponytail and it be in style, lol!

    jennala at cfl dot rr dot com

  81. I would live in 2050 just to see where technology is headed.

  82. I would live in 2050 just to see where technology is headed.

  83. Please withdraw my name from this giveaway; I just received this book in the mail.

  84. Please withdraw my name from this giveaway; I just received this book in the mail.

  85. If I could go to any time period, I would choose the future. I would like to go to the general time that Star Trek takes place. I’m a big fan, and I think it’s great how much prejudice has been resolved by then.

    heaven-help-us(at)hotmail(dot)com

  86. If I could go to any time period, I would choose the future. I would like to go to the general time that Star Trek takes place. I’m a big fan, and I think it’s great how much prejudice has been resolved by then.

    heaven-help-us(at)hotmail(dot)com

  87. Anonymous says:

    I would like to be included in this
    giveaway and be an email subscriber, if I could figure out how to do it, can you please include me in your emails, thanks.
    Jasmine

    jsrogers at shaw dot ca

  88. Anonymous says:

    I would like to be included in this
    giveaway and be an email subscriber, if I could figure out how to do it, can you please include me in your emails, thanks.
    Jasmine

    jsrogers at shaw dot ca

  89. Anonymous says:

    What time period? Wow, thats a tuff question!! There are so many I would love to be in..in the past I beleive, England, Scotland,I get so deep in to the book I am reading, that’s where I want be!! I need a time machine..LOL! I would love to see the World as it was before all the industry took over as now we are fighting to save our planet! Can’t wait to get my hands on this book!!

  90. Anonymous says:

    What time period? Wow, thats a tuff question!! There are so many I would love to be in..in the past I beleive, England, Scotland,I get so deep in to the book I am reading, that’s where I want be!! I need a time machine..LOL! I would love to see the World as it was before all the industry took over as now we are fighting to save our planet! Can’t wait to get my hands on this book!!

  91. I would like to live in the Victorian era — assuming I had enough money to live well 🙂

    marielay@gmail.com

  92. I would like to live in the Victorian era — assuming I had enough money to live well 🙂

    marielay@gmail.com

  93. If you could live in a different time period, past or future, what time period would that be? Why?

    Hi Krishna,
    If I had to pick a time period, I would not doubt pick the 40’s and 50’s. Life was at times difficult and hard, but family values were so much different compared to now. Back then there were so many things growing,inventions being made, changes being made at a very fast pace and an exciting time. Things were SIMPLE, but most were happy with what they had what they didn’t have.
    I just think it would have also been an exciting time to be a woman, and educated woman in that era.

    Thanks for the great oppurtunity!

    Gayla

  94. If you could live in a different time period, past or future, what time period would that be? Why?

    Hi Krishna,
    If I had to pick a time period, I would not doubt pick the 40’s and 50’s. Life was at times difficult and hard, but family values were so much different compared to now. Back then there were so many things growing,inventions being made, changes being made at a very fast pace and an exciting time. Things were SIMPLE, but most were happy with what they had what they didn’t have.
    I just think it would have also been an exciting time to be a woman, and educated woman in that era.

    Thanks for the great oppurtunity!

    Gayla

  95. If I could live in another time period, it would be the 1950’s. Gotta love those poodle skirts. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Lizzi0915 at aol dot com

  96. If I could live in another time period, it would be the 1950’s. Gotta love those poodle skirts. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Lizzi0915 at aol dot com

  97. I also love Philippa Gregory and am looking forward to reading her latest book so thank you for the giveaway!

    I also think I would choose the future – it would be very cool to see how things evolve and see descendants of friends and relatives.

    I am tweeting about the contest!

  98. I also love Philippa Gregory and am looking forward to reading her latest book so thank you for the giveaway!

    I also think I would choose the future – it would be very cool to see how things evolve and see descendants of friends and relatives.

    I am tweeting about the contest!

  99. Anonymous says:

    I think I would fast forward to 50 years into the future…the past is the past.

    karen k
    kmkuka(at)yahoo(dot)com

  100. Anonymous says:

    I think I would fast forward to 50 years into the future…the past is the past.

    karen k
    kmkuka(at)yahoo(dot)com

  101. I’m glad to hear you enjoyed the book, I’m a Gregory fan and hoped this one would live up.

    If I could travel in time I would love to go back to the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. I would see Elvis in concert, sneak a peak at my parents as teens, visit Europe on the cheap, join the Socialists and become a beatnik. 😀

  102. I’m glad to hear you enjoyed the book, I’m a Gregory fan and hoped this one would live up.

    If I could travel in time I would love to go back to the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. I would see Elvis in concert, sneak a peak at my parents as teens, visit Europe on the cheap, join the Socialists and become a beatnik. 😀

  103. I would like to live in the 1920’s. I would love to be a flapper.

    lag110@mchsi.com

  104. I would like to live in the 1920’s. I would love to be a flapper.

    lag110@mchsi.com

  105. Tough question. I like the more refined times of the past, yet I do so enjoy my modern conveniences. Any chance I could go halfway between then and now? I would like to see England as it was, but I would need to be wealthy. 😉
    Please enter me and thank you for this chance. The White Queen has been on my TBR list before is was even a pre-order.
    knittingmomof3(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  106. Tough question. I like the more refined times of the past, yet I do so enjoy my modern conveniences. Any chance I could go halfway between then and now? I would like to see England as it was, but I would need to be wealthy. 😉
    Please enter me and thank you for this chance. The White Queen has been on my TBR list before is was even a pre-order.
    knittingmomof3(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  107. I’d say the late 1800s. I grew up on Little House on the Prairie, and so I get all warm and fuzzy when I think of that time period from the late 1800s into the early 1900s.

    nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

  108. I’d say the late 1800s. I grew up on Little House on the Prairie, and so I get all warm and fuzzy when I think of that time period from the late 1800s into the early 1900s.

    nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

  109. Tweeted:
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  110. Tweeted:
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  111. If I could live in any time period, I would love to go back to the 1950s and visit when my grandparents were alive and active and meet my parents when they were young.

    It was an exciting time in our country, our capital had been bombed and it was being rebuilt well and fast.

    gaby317nyc at gmail dot com

  112. If I could live in any time period, I would love to go back to the 1950s and visit when my grandparents were alive and active and meet my parents when they were young.

    It was an exciting time in our country, our capital had been bombed and it was being rebuilt well and fast.

    gaby317nyc at gmail dot com

  113. Just tweeted

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    gaby317nyc at gmail dot com

    thanks for the entry! would very much love to win (like everyone else!)

  114. Just tweeted

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    gaby317nyc at gmail dot com

    thanks for the entry! would very much love to win (like everyone else!)

  115. I would like to live in the 1920’s. The Roaring 20’s have always fascinated me!
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

  116. I would like to live in the 1920’s. The Roaring 20’s have always fascinated me!
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

  117. I think I’d like to have lived in the Italian Renaissance. I love the Italian culture & the Renaissance had a lot of great artists.
    Thanks ~ megalon22{at}yahoo{dot}com

  118. I think I’d like to have lived in the Italian Renaissance. I love the Italian culture & the Renaissance had a lot of great artists.
    Thanks ~ megalon22{at}yahoo{dot}com

  119. I suppose I would love to have been a living witness to the Roaring Twenties. I first read F. Scott Fitzgerald in high school and have since been dreamily obsessed with flappers and their brashness 🙂

    Amanda
    fitz12383(at)hotmail(dot)com

  120. I suppose I would love to have been a living witness to the Roaring Twenties. I first read F. Scott Fitzgerald in high school and have since been dreamily obsessed with flappers and their brashness 🙂

    Amanda
    fitz12383(at)hotmail(dot)com

  121. I also Twittered:

    http://twitter.com/fitz12383/status/3664846386

    Thanks-
    Amanda
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  122. I also Twittered:

    http://twitter.com/fitz12383/status/3664846386

    Thanks-
    Amanda
    fitz12383(at)hotmail(dot)com

  123. I am not sure what time period as I do love modern conveniences. I know whatever the time I would love to see France as I am a huge Francophile. I have been dying to read this book and entered every contest I can trying to win it. I blogged about it in my blog http://literarydragon.blogspot.com/ and my email is enchantingdragon@gmail.com

    Thanks
    Jasmine

  124. I am not sure what time period as I do love modern conveniences. I know whatever the time I would love to see France as I am a huge Francophile. I have been dying to read this book and entered every contest I can trying to win it. I blogged about it in my blog http://literarydragon.blogspot.com/ and my email is enchantingdragon@gmail.com

    Thanks
    Jasmine

  125. I would want to live in French Revolution era. I used to live in Bastille, Paris and was thinking about the life back then.

    francoiseiwaki(at)gmail(dot)com

  126. I would want to live in French Revolution era. I used to live in Bastille, Paris and was thinking about the life back then.

    francoiseiwaki(at)gmail(dot)com

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