Friday, March 6, 2015

Spotlight! The Snow Globe by Judith Kinghorn and a giveaway!

Inside the glass orb was a miniature garden and a house. If she stared long enough, she could almost see the people inside. But whether they were trapped there, or kept safe, in that miniscule snowbound world, she couldn't have said... 

Christmas 1926 holds bright promise for nineteen-year-old Daisy Forbes, with celebrations under way at Eden Hall, her family's country estate in Surrey, England. But when Daisy, the youngest of three daughters, discovers that her adored father, Howard, has been leading a double life, her illusions of perfection are shattered. Worse, his current mistress, introduced as a family friend, is joining them for the holidays. As Daisy wrestles with the truth, she blossoms in her own right, receiving a marriage proposal from one man, a declaration of love from another, and her first kiss from a third. Meanwhile, her mother, Mabel, manages these social complications with outward calm, while privately reviewing her life and contemplating significant changes. And among those below stairs, Nancy, the housekeeper, and Mrs. Jessops, the cook, find that their long-held secrets are slowly beginning to surface...


As the seasons unfold in the new year, and Daisy moves to London, desires, fortunes, and loyalties will shift during this tumultuous time after the Great War. The Forbes family and those who serve them will follow their hearts down unexpected paths that always return to where they began...Eden Hall.

Sounds amazing! I can't wait to cuddle up with The Snow Globe! If you think it sounds amazing then you are in luck because I'm offering a giveaway! One lucky US resident has a chance to win a copy of The Snow Globe by Judith Kinghorn! To win just leave me a comment telling me what the weather is like where you are (giveaway is for US residents only and no po boxes)! Here in Memphis we are cold with frozen snow on the ground and I am ready for Spring!


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7 comments:

  1. Well I live in Florida so the temperature today is in the high 70s/low 80s (please don't hate me snowy weather guys!!!). If it helps it is dreary and drizzly. Thanks for the giveaway I love Judith Kinghorn's books!
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  2. We live in the desert in Southern California it's in the 80s today 90s over the weekend.all the snow pics seem like a different world.stay safe.

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  3. I'm over in NC. We've had a pretty bad go of it this winter (my kids missed 8 out of 10 school days at the end of Feb.), but I think we got lucky on this last storm that hit you.

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  4. Two days ago, here in Georgia, it was 75 degrees! Today our high is supposed to reach somewhere in the 30s. Sigh. Go figure!

    I love the cover art of The Snow Globe and the blurb sounds really good! Thank you for the opportunity to win this book. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. ;)

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  5. I live in PA and I'm tired of the cold and the snow! Today it's supposed to be in the forties. I hope we are coming to the end of this horrible winter! Thank you for the give away! I would love to read this book!

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  6. I'm in northern Mexico (don't worry, I still pick up my mail in the States) and it's pretty nice here. We get a little rain and some windy days in the Spring but today it's in the high 70s and sunny.

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  7. In Chicago it is status quo winter here. We have the cold and snow. No idea Memphis is experiencing crazy weather. Maybe it is time for you to to take refuge in the globe. Book looks great right up my genre alley. Thanks.

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As of December 1, 2009, According to The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), product reviewers on blogs must disclose whether they received products for free or received payment for their review.

The books we review on this site (A NOVEL REVIEW) are sent to us by publishers, authors or downloaded from Netgalley. This is a very common practice. We never take payments for these reviews and all the reviews on this site are our own thoughts and feelings and are not influenced.