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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: A Distance Too Grand by Regina Scott #bookgiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational historical romance book, A Distance Too Grand by Regina Scott.Β  You can check out my review for this book here (A Distance Too Grand book review).

I’m a little bit of a photography buff and so I really enjoy learning about the process of getting pictures from the camera into print. My favorite part of my college photography classes was developing the film into pictures. To see how photography was handled before film, when you had to carry around big plates and have very steady camera positions…well it was very fascinating. I love getting glimpses into historical technology through fictional reading, don’t you?

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Regina Scott, author website


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: What is one of your favorite photographs?

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40 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: A Distance Too Grand by Regina Scott

  1. I have so many but of course it would be of my grandsons when they were little!

  2. I have a pic of my Mom and I on my first birthday. I’m lucky to have it because our house flooded a few years later and most of my pics were in a bottom drawer.

  3. I have a photo of myself and my daughters at the beach–we are walking along the water’s edge looking for special stones. It reminds me of the fun we had on family vacations.

  4. My daughter and son in law when they informed me they were expecting our first grandchild.

  5. I love the photo of my son’s precious 4 year old school picture. His chin is quivering & he’s just on the verge of tears after a girl in the photo line best him up.

  6. I can’t pick a favorite! My grandchildren when they were young, photos from wonderful trips I’ve taken, my ancestors, the list goes on and on!

  7. One of my favorite photos is one of my parents that I took on Christmas when I was a teenager. They look so happyβ€”and I actually took a great photo. πŸ™‚

  8. A Family Photo where everyone is making some kind of face and Not looking at the camera

  9. My favorite photo is one of us 5 kids with my mom and dad when we got together after many years apart. Within just a few years my mom and two of my brothers passed away.

  10. My favorite photo is an older picture of my Dad’s family that was taken in 1913 before my Dad was born and has a picture of my Grandmother who died when my Dad was young. It was the first picture I had ever seen of her.

  11. A picture of my parents when they first started dating. I had never seen the picture before until I found it after my mom passed away recently.

  12. I have a lot of favorites. I have a lot of wedding photos going way back on my side of the family. And of course when our son and daughter were born. Yes way too many to name.

  13. Probably my favorites are when my kids were growing up and my wedding day!

    Thank you for the giveaway chance to win a copy of “A Distance Too Grand”, Loraine!

  14. One of my favorites to see is lighthouses. When I started doing oil painting, I was drawn to the pictures of lighthouses and most of my paintings reflect those images.

  15. One of my favorites is of my mother when she was 15 not too long before she turned 16 and married my father. My mother went to heaven this past fall at almost 93. It was a blessing to be with her during those final hours.

  16. Any picture that contains a fond memory…some might be just a scenery picture that reminds me of a trip, or a picture of a person or event.

  17. My husband’s hobby used to be photography. At one of our niece’s wedding, some of his pictures were better than the professional photographer. I like some that he took of Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, and the Grand Tetons.

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