Friday, October 10, 2014

A Tangled Web Book Tour and eBook Giveaway #ATangledWebBlogTour #HistFic #HistoricalRomance

02_A Tangled Web
Publication Date: July 14, 2014
eBook; 104p
ASIN: B00LXU6EWE
Series: Allan's Miscellany
Genre: Historical Romance

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Lawrence Pelham works as a comic artist for Allan’s Miscellany. A chance meeting with a young woman dressed in mourning changes Pel’s whole life, and without his even knowing, he is thrown into a world of mystery and intrigue, where nothing is as it seems to be -- especially not the woman he has given his heart to.

Her whole life Sarah Browne has been told how plain she is, how nondescript, destined to become an old maid. For years she has been her family’s dutiful nursing maid and caretaker, but now a secret inheritance and an encounter with the charming Mr. Pelham seem to offer her a chance to break out of her life of duty and drudgery -- if she dares to take it. Yet how could such an interesting, witty man like Mr. Pelham be possibly interested in her boring self?

And so, Sarah soon finds herself entangled in a web of lies and deceit, which might even cost her the love of her life.

Praise for A Tangled Web
"Once again [Schwab] weaves brilliantly researched historical details into a story that not only is irresistibly romantic, but also sparkles with wit. To top it off, she has come up with an enchanting couple that truly earns their happy ending." ~Tina Dick, LoveLetter

Praise for The Bride Prize
"The Bride Prize is, in a word, delightful. [...] I smiled for a long time when it was over. I cannot wait until the next installment in this series." ~Michelle Boule, www.wanderingeye.com

Allan's Miscellany Series Titles
Book One: The Bride Prize
Book Two: Falling for a Scoundrel
Book Three: A Tangled Web
Book Four: Devil's Return

About the Author
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Award-winning author Sandra Schwab started writing her first novel when she was seven years old. Thirty-odd years later, telling stories is still her greatest passion, even though by now she has exchanged her pink fountain pen of old for a black computer keyboard. Since the release of her debut novel in 2005, she has enchanted readers worldwide with her unusual historical romances.

She holds a PhD in English literature and lives in Frankfurt am Main / Germany with a sketchbook, a sewing machine, and an ever-expanding library. Her new series about the fictional magazine Allan's Miscellany combines her academic research on Victorian periodicals with her love for storytelling.

For more information, please visit Sandra Schwab's website. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and GoodReads.

A Tangled Web: Allan's Miscellany 1846 Blog Tour Schedule

Monday, September 29
Review at Book Nerd
Spotlight at Just One More Chapter

Tuesday, September 30
Interview at Curling Up With a Good Book
Spotlight at Romantic Historical Reviews

Wednesday, October 1
Spotlight & Giveaway at Peeking Between the Pages

Thursday, October 2
Guest Post at Book Babe

Friday, October 3
Review at Unshelfish
Spotlight at Flashlight Commentary

Monday, October 6
Review at Reading World

Tuesday, October 7
Spotlight at CelticLady's Reviews

Wednesday, October 8
Guest Post & Giveaway at Historical Tapestry

Thursday, October 9
Spotlight at Historical Fiction Connection

Friday, October 10
Review at Back Porchervations
Spotlight & Giveaway at Susan Heim on Writing

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GIVEAWAY

One lucky winner will receive an eBook copy of A Tangled Web, by Sandra Schwab. This giveaway is open internationally and ends on October 24, 2014. Enter through the Rafflecopter form below.



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Disclaimer: Susan Heim on Writing is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

16 comments:

  1. I like to read historical fiction because i really enjoy the time period, the fabulous way they dress and thier manner of speaking.

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    1. I hear you, Linda. :-) I fell in love with (British) history by reading historical fiction (I blame Rosemary Sutcliff for everything!).

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  2. I just love history. So much was different in the past and I enjoy reading fiction stories with a real background.

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    1. Robin, I'm stuffing a lot of historical background into the stories about Allan's Miscellany. It's so much fun to dig through old magazines and newspapers in order to find unusual bits of gossip and scandal! :-)

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  3. Thanks so much for hosting me, Susan!

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  4. I like seeing the author take historical fiction and mix it with facts and spin me a story :)

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  5. I like that it takes me back to the past.

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  6. I like to read about the time period. It is just so fun for me.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

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  7. I like to see what the mistakes were so that I do not make them.

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  8. Loving the cover. What I like about reading historical fiction is seeing how the author works a fictional story and makes it work around the time, and we get to learn a bit through the story as well!

    http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/2014/10/sedich-review-giveaway.html

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  9. I love the historical aspect. I like looking things up to better understand it.

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  10. I love reading about that time period!!!

    hdstamper@yahoo.com

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  11. I like to try to understand what happened around that time period and to feel like i'm in that time period. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  12. I had always loved reading about the past and how life used to be

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  13. I like to know what life use to be like then.

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  14. I love the romance of the different era's. Back then a man really had to give more of himself than they do w/todays technology. Exampe, if they wanted to talk to a woman they were interested in, they had to go over to their house to see them in person rather than text or call them on the telephone.

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