New December Giveaway: The Harlot's Progress

Happy December everyone! I can't believe how fast the year has gone by.  I have some special treats for you this month on Scandalous Women. The first Giveaway of the month is The Harlot's Progress: Yorkshire Molly which I received from Gaby at Carnevale Publishing. Here's a teaser:

After several years meticulous and heart felt labour the late Peter Motley, playwright and author finished writing the trilogy, the harlots progress and It was Peters dying wish that these books be published, but sadly he will not see his book in print, but his daughter Jocelyn Pulley is proud to be fulfilling his wish for him.

Meticulously based on William Hogarth’s paintings “The Harlot’s Progress - Yorkshire Molly” is a compelling journey of one woman’s misadventures in 1700s London. It is the first novel to bring these fascinating prints to life. Heroine Molly Huckerby arrives in London from Yorkshire into the exciting, vibrant and forbidding streets of the capital. A notorious bawd Mother Wickham, who cunningly seduces the heroine into a life of prostitution in a Cheapside brothel, soon approaches her. Mottley paints London with a colourful stroke, rich with historical accuracy that is the result of years of meticulous research.

One lucky winner will not only win this book but also a special gift that goes along with it!

Note this giveaway is only available to my American and Canadian readers. Here are the rules:
1) Just leave a comment with your email address at the end of this post.

2) If you are not a follower of the blog and you become one, you get one extra entry.

3) Twitter about the giveaway and let me know about it, and you get two extra entries.

4) The contest ends December 7th 2009 at 12:00 p.m. and will be announced on December 8th.


Jenelle said…
I'll enter! This book seems totally up my alley!
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Wendy said…
This book looks fabulous!

Thank you for the entry! Already a follower!

Wendy said…
Lauren said…
This book is becoming so popular!
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Katy said…
This book sounds so intriguing!

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Katy said…
TIffany said…
This looks like a great read - count me in! Thank you!

TIffany said…
I also just subscribed to your blog! Really glad I found it!

Unknown said…
New blog subscriber here! Glad to have found your blog, and the book looks to be an interesting read!

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Christy B said…
I'm in! Already a follower.

Rachel said…
Thank you for the giveaway!!
A Year in Books said…
Sounds like a good book!

A Year in Books said…
Oh, and I'm already a subscriber!
Linda said…
Your review prompted me to look up, on Wikipedia, Wm Hogarth's pictures of the Harlot's progess. Now I'm really anxious to read the book. Thanks for the giveaway.

And I'm already a follower.

Unknown said…
Hi :)
Thank you for the thoughtful write up about Harlot's Progress. I'm glad his daughter got the third book in the trilogy published.
All the best,
PS - email's in blogger profile

I think this book would be an interesting read. I've been a follower for awhile.

My e-mail is jess_history at yahoo dot com.


Paula said…
Sounds like a great read and I can never pass up a chance at a historical. I follow you on bloglines.
mindy said…
this seems fantastic thanks minsthins at optonline dot net
Unknown said…
I would like to read this book. Sounds interesting.
Thanks for the giveaway.

robin said…
Thanks for the review! Enter me please-
Ali said…
It sounds colorful! I always enjoy learning more about history if theres something interesting guaranteed to be in the book!

LittleEagle said…
I really want to read this book. sharonaquilino at hotmail dot com
Polonaise said…
Oh boy! I can't wait to get my hands on this one!
Anonymous said…
I would love to be entered in your draw. Thanks. wandanamgreb(at)gmail(dot)com
Anonymous said…
I just became a follower of your blog. wandanamgreb(at)gmail(dot)com
Anonymous said…
This book sounds amazing - please enter me in the giveaway!

Alicia said…
would love to read this!

Thanks for the giveaway >^..^<

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