Thursday, July 10, 2014

Summer Giveaway #11

And the winner of #10 is...

Ashley Lovell!

Congrats, you've won an autographed copy of Death's Redemption along with a Big Bad Wolf charm necklace! Make sure to write to grace.v.coronado@gmail.com and let her know you're the Summer Giveaway #10. :)

It is so cool getting to know all you guys, so I'm going with the same sort of questions. :)  If you could go back in time to visit a writer, who would it be? Me, Jane Austen absolutely. Today you'll be winning an autographed copy of All Hallows Night along with a Silver Mad Hatter top hat charm necklace.


51 comments:

Gina Marie Wood said...

I would love to meet Mr J.R Tolkien. If I had to pick only one. :)

Ashley Lovell said...

Definitely Shakespeare hands down!

Ashley Lovell said...

And thank you!!! I'm so excited! Plus it couldn't have came on a better day since today is my bday!!! :)

stepholland said...

Poe or Shakespeare

beth legate said...

H.G Wells, fell in love with The Time Machine.

Kelsea Moore said...
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Kelsea Moore said...

If I had to pick one it would probably be Jane Austen, despite the fact that I have never even read pride and prejudice but I can take and pass a quiz on it..

Lindsay Yoshitomi said...

Roald Dahl. He was a favorite of mine growing up. His children's books were a bit dark and twisted, but I liked that they were so different.

Stephanie G said...

I would have to say Jane Austen. I would love to meet the woman who created Mr. Darcy<3

Stephanie Grelli

Abby Chalkly said...

Jane Austen definitely. I love the time she lived in and how she wrote. I convinced my class to study 'Northanger Abbey' for GCSE English.

jessie d said...

Charles dickens. Hands down :)

Lorna Tait said...

Charlotte Bronte, I love the dark elements in her stories.

Larisa Dalea said...

I would love to meet Honore de Balzac

Shima said...

I would love to meet Emily Brontë!

Black Mamba said...

No contest... Poe.

Stephanie said...

I'd probably pick Poe, too. Thanks for the opportunity. Love your books.

Christina Bixler said...

Robert Frost. I've always loved his work. :)

Tina Rowlings said...

Charlotte Bronte.... hands down.....

Rachel Henri said...

Jane Austen or Edgar Allen Poe or Jules Vern

Cindy Wahl said...

I would love to meet Louisa May Alcot

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Jaci Mitchell said...

Poe

kedrin Gallagher said...

Lewis Carroll

Tia Hanke said...

Jane Austen and Poe

jessica braun said...

I'm going way back and on a crazy limb here and gonna say whoever first wrote down Beowulf. I absolutely love that story and would like to know the circumstances that led to them wanting to write it down. Or Edgar Allen Poe. The man was a brilliant storyteller.

Jessica Bolduc said...

I would love to meet H.G. Wells.

Cherri said...

oh if I could back in time I would love to visit with either C.S. Lewis - LOVE LOVE LOVE the Chronicles of Narnia series - or JRR Tolkien - I also love the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings novels and would love to talk to both for their inspirations for their stories! They are all timeless novels!

Julie Gutierrez said...

I'd love to meet Mary Shelley and Bernie Wrightson, the authors of Frankenstein. :)

Margaret Schwab said...

As amazing as it would be to meet with Shakespeare, Poe, or any of the greats. I'd want to go back when the bible was being written. Not that I would consider myself a religious person. I just want to see who and why they wrote it. The start of it ect.

Nazanin Hemmatpour said...

Beatrix Potter...I loved her books when I was little and I still enjoy them now when I'm reading them to my girls

jessica braun said...

Dr. Seuss :)

Katyhin said...

Daphne Du Maurier, although if I could have a dinner party with her and the Brontë's that would be amazing!

Rou the Fledermaus said...

I'd have to say Poe. I've always been fascinated by him. If not him then Lewis Carroll :)

Stephy Destiny said...

I would love to meet William Shakespeare. There are plenty of questions I must ask about Ophelia and Romeo and Juliet. I also want to meet with Poe.

Stephy Destiny said...

I would love to meet William Shakespeare. I must know a couple of things about Romeo and Juliet.

Tanya Gaunt said...

I'd love to meet Lewis Carroll

amanda wilkie said...

Mark Twain

Brandy said...

Ernest Hemmingway, over several pints, in a pub, flirting shamelessly.

Mary Preston said...

I think it would have to be Charles Dickens. I love his sense of humor & he wrote about the seamier side of life, which is a side a lot of writers shunned.

Sharron Hatt said...

Hard question, there's so many! But if it was only one it would be Jules Verne; my first taste of science fiction/fantasy and I was an instant addict :-)

Ash said...

A.A Milne :) He filled my childhood (whisper..cough..adulthood too :P ) with happiness and laughter!

And Happy Birthday!!!

Kat Yancey said...

C. S. Lewis seeing Narnia.

JacksTimeLady said...

Ooh...thats a hard one but I would have to go with Charlotte Bronte

Crystal Moon said...

For me it would be Edgar Allen Poe, he seems like he would have an interesting mind.

Deborah Heart said...

I would have to go with Charlotte Bronte. Jane Eyre shaped so much of my teenage years. Bonus if I could meet her sisters as well. How do you get so much talent in one family? ^_^

Angie said...

I would like to meet Dante Alighieri:)

Mandy Moo said...

I would love to meet Lewis Carroll or JM Barrie x

ashes86blog said...

Edgar Allan Poe! I love his dark crazy and poetic writings. Would love to see how he was in person!

erika dodd said...
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erika dodd said...

Poe