Save the Date: Announcing the Scandalous Women Live Chat Night with Juliet Grey, author of Confessions of Marie Antoinette! - OCTOBER 2ND AT 7:30 PM EST

Mark your calendars!! 

To celebrate the release of her third novel in the Marie Antoinette trilogy, CONFESSIONS OF MARIE ANTOINETTE Juliet Grey will be here at SCANDALOUS WOMEN for a Live Chat on October 2nd from 7:30 - 8:30pm EST!
Exciting giveaway!! One lucky winner will receive all 3 books in the Marie Antoinette trilogy

update:  one lucky winner will also receive this lovely ring

But you have to join the live chat to be entered.


When: Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
What Time:  7:30 - 8:30 pm EST

 All corresponding (questions and answers) will take place in the comments section of the Chat Night post (not this one).  I will start off the Chat Night with a welcome message and a question or two to get the ball rolling and then the floor is open to whomever has a question for Juliet.
Here are links to previous chat nights at Passages to the Past so that you can get an idea of how they work:

Live Author Chat Night with Gillian BagwellLive Author Chat Night with Christy English  
Publication Date: September 24, 2013
Ballantine Books
Paperback; 464p
ISBN: 0345523903

Confessions of Marie Antoinette, the riveting and sweeping final novel in Juliet Grey’s trilogy on the life of the legendary French queen, blends rich historical detail with searing drama, bringing to life the early years of the French Revolution and the doomed royal family’s final days.

Versailles, 1789. As the burgeoning rebellion reaches the palace gates, Marie Antoinette finds her privileged and peaceful life swiftly upended by violence. Once her loyal subjects, the people of France now seek to overthrow the crown, placing the heirs of the Bourbon dynasty in mortal peril.

Displaced to the Tuileries Palace in Paris, the royal family is propelled into the heart of the Revolution. There, despite a few staunch allies, they are surrounded by cunning spies and vicious enemies. Yet despite the political and personal threats against her, Marie Antoinette remains above all a devoted wife and mother, standing steadfastly by her husband, Louis XVI, and protecting their young son and daughter. And though the queen and her family try to flee, and she secretly attempts to arrange their rescue from the clutches of the Revolution, they cannot outrun the dangers encircling them, or escape their shocking fate.

About the Author

Juliet Grey is the author of Becoming Marie Antoinette and Days of Splendor, Days of Sorrow. She has extensively researched European royalty and is a particular devotee of Marie Antoinette, as well as a classically trained professional actress with numerous portrayals of virgins, vixens, and villainesses to her credit. She and her husband divide their time between New York City and southern Vermont. 

For more information please visit  You can also find Juliet Grey on Facebook.


Unknown said…
I am a very lousy book reader. However I have read Days of Sorrow. It is an excellent book. I loved it. I am going to try this book.

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