This giveaway is now CLOSED.
Today marks the release of one of my favourite and most anticipated books of the year 'Midnight in Austenland' by the wonderful Shannon Hale.
Earlier I posted an interview with her, and now comes the second part of the days festivities. For one lucky person I have a brand new copy of 'Midnight in Austenland' to giveaway. Thanks to the wonderful Carrie at Bloomsbury for making this possible.
All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below and if you're a follower of the blog that's always an added bonus.
The giveaway is open to the UK only, and is open until midnight 3rd February GMT, so get your entry in quick!
If you haven't read 'Austenland' yet, then never fear, I also have a copy of that book to giveaway as well, so when you enter if you'd like to win both books simply say in your comment!
Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale
When Charlotte Kinder treats herself to a two-week vacation at Austenland, she happily leaves behind her ex-husband and his delightful new wife, her ever-grateful children, and all the rest of her real life in America. She dons a bonnet and stays at a country manor house that provides an immersive Austen experience, complete with gentleman actors who cater to the guests' Austen fantasies.
Everyone at Pembrook Park is playing a role, but increasingly, Charlotte isn't sure where roles end and reality begins. And as the parlour games turn a little bit menacing, she finds she needs more than a good corset to keep herself safe. Is the brooding Mr. Mallery as sinister as he seems? What is Miss Gardenside's mysterious ailment? Was that an actual dead body in the secret attic room? And-perhaps of the most lasting importance-could the stirrings in Charlotte's heart be a sign of real-life love?
The follow-up to reader favourite Austenland provides the same perfectly plotted pleasures, with a feisty new heroine, plenty of fresh and frightening twists, and the possibility of a romance that might just go beyond the proper bounds of Austen's world. How could it not turn out right in the end?